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This Week, The St. Lucia Teachers Union Held A One-Day Orientation Seminar For New Teachers In The North At The Civil Service Center. A Similar Session Was Hosted In The South In October.
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The Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party Has Refuted Claims By Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, That Refurbishing Works On The Castries Comprehensive Secondary School Building Plant Would Cost Some $13 Million Dollars. Opposition Leader Philip J Pierre Who Served As A Former Infrastructure Minister In The Previous SLP Administration, Denied Knowledge Of Recommendations To Re-Locate CCSS …
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Efforts To Raise Awareness About Diabetes Took The Form Of Moonlight Walks In 6 Communities In Saint Lucia On November 14th. The Walks Sought To Shine Light On The Financial, Emotional And Physical Toll That Diabetes Takes On Individuals And Families And To Remember Those Who Lost Their Battle With The Disease.
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Press Release:–  A high-level agriculture consultation aimed at boosting cooperation in agriculture between Saint Lucia and Taiwan, ended on Friday, Nov. 9, after five days of consultations in Taiwan. The team from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and Co-operatives, consisted of ministers Hon. Ezechiel Joseph and Hon. Herod Stanislas, with support from […]

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By Sloan Smith NASSAU, Bahamas — Attorney General Carl Bethel said he has forwarded the allegations of an alleged US visa scam in The Bahamas to the Anti-Corruption Unit of the police force. The claims, revealed in an undercover United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operation, were outlined in an affidavit filed in Washington, […]

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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) — Cayman Islands tourism minister, Moses Kirkconnell, has suggested that the cruise lines will be financing the development of the proposed cruise pier facility and cargo expansion in the capital, George Town, if the project goes ahead, regardless of which of the three groups of bidders is selected to undertake […]

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By Sharon Austin PARAMARIBO, Suriname (BGIS) — Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has underscored the importance of the agriculture sector, describing it as “critical” to this region. Mottley made the comments after visiting the headquarters of the Caribbean Agricultural Health and Food Safety Agency (CAHFSA) in Suriname. She had earlier toured the Central Market with […]

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Grenada and the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda both faced a major referendum on the choice to adopt the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as their final appellate court – which would require a constitutional amendment – or retain the current Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, the final court of […]

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