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USA Today:-  How would you like your death: Regular, or extra early? A new study links regular fried chicken consumption – one serving a week or more – to a 13 percent increased risk of premature death, at least among older women. Researchers looked at nearly 107,000 postmenopausal women who tracked their diets in the 1990s for a nationwide study that […]

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CNN:–  Cruise ships generate high levels of air pollution that could endanger the health of passengers, staff and port communities, according to an undercover report released Thursday. On the decks of the four Carnival Corp. cruise ships studied over a two-year period, concentrations of particulate matter measured were “comparable to concentrations measured in polluted cities, […]

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Press Release:-  Port of Spain, Trinidad. The Honourable Mr. Justice Peter Jamadar is to be appointed Judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) by the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (RJLSC).  Mr. Justice Jamadar will assume duty at the Court after the Hon. Mr. Justice David Hayton retires from office in July 2019. Mr. […]

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Saint Lucians who travel to Canada to participate in that country’s seasonal farm workers programme but then abscond, are a source of concern to the Ministry of Labour here. “They can jeopardise our participation,” Labour Minister, Stephenson King said during an interview aired on Radio Caribbean International (RCI). King disclosed that it was for that […]

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Press Release:-  The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Saint Lucia Office is pleased to announce the recent return of Saint Lucian Forestry Officer, Virginie Sealys, having completed an intense training in “Urban Environmental Management” in Japan. In the course, participants from various CARICOM countries were trained to understand the importance of participation and collaboration among […]

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PRESS RELEASE, TAPAS, RODNEY BAY – Now in its fifth year, DASH –the most colourful event on Saint Lucia’s independence calendar –has officially kicked off events leading up to its February 24, 2019 staging. Welcoming over 2000 DASHers in 2018, DASH has literally positioned itself as one that brings together generations of Saint Lucians echoing […]

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The first batch of 127 students have graduated from a programme to provide training to unemployed youth, it has been reported. The students on Thursday received their certificates in Bartending, Food & Beverage, Housekeeping, Front Desk Administration and Event Management. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, in reporting on the graduation on his official Facebook page, recalled […]

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CARICOM Today:–  The Government of Romania is sympathetic to the concerns of the  Caribbean Community (CARICOM)with respect to the blacklisting of some of its Member States by the European Union (EU). The sentiment was conveyed by His Excellency Stefan Mera as he presented his credentials on Thursday to CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque as his country’s […]

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