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Young St. Lucian inventors are fast making a name for themselves in technology. In June Sophie Klein captured the Caribbean Entrepreneur Challenge and was awarded ten thousand euros to develop her business.The event was held in Martinique and was organized by Martinique’s chamber of commerce and industry in partnership with the OECS and the Caribbean …
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England’s World Cup hopes hang in the balance after a demoralising defeat by Australia at Lord’s. The 64-run loss means they might need to win their last two games, beginning with India at Edgbaston on Sunday, in order to make the last four. Much will depend on the results of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan, …
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Trinidad Express:– Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says that the Intelligence agencies have revealed that there are over 50 “ shooters”, linked to various gangs, with most being active in taking out hits on opposing gang members. And this has proven to be the root cause of a significant number of homicides in this country […]

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Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Doctor Kenny Anthony, has defended his wife in the face of accusations that she drafted a ‘horrendous’ Saint Lucia labour code. “In a recent post, one Devon Nick, writing for United Pac, the UWP’s propaganda arm, accused my wife, Professor Rose Marie B. Antoine, of drafting a “horrendous”Labour Code and […]

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A three-week trial shipment of  bananas from Saint Lucia to the French market began last week. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet made the announcement on his official Facebook page. One thousand boxes weekly will be shipped during the trial period and once the trial is successfully completed, 3000 boxes are expected to be shipped weekly, it […]

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Press Release:– It was a weekend full of intense swimming as Six (6) teams came out to participate in the 05th annual Karen Beaubrun Memorial swim meet 2019. Sharks swim club, Lightning Aquatics Swim Club, RR Aquatics Swim club, Southern Flying Fish Swim Club and RHAC Swim Club participated in this year’s competition with Seajays legends […]

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Press Release:- The Management of Bank of Saint Lucia and the Leadership and Shop Stewards from the National Workers Union (NWU) signed a new industrial agreement on June 24, 2019 at the Department of Labour. The new industrial package which was driven by economic restraint will benefit about three hundred (300) workers based in Vieux Fort, […]

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The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Felix St Hill, has disclosed that up to two nurses on average are quitting Saint Lucia’s health service every week. And he says it is affecting primary and secondary health care. “The fact is that in the past we used to get one or two nurses per […]

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Press Release:- The Soufriere Events Committee hosted a successful Soufriere Carnival for a third consecutive year on June 23rd and 24th 2019, under the theme “Liberated. Our Journey” Despite the unsavoury weather conditions on Sunday revellers enjoyed a pre morning Jouvert which accumulated into the parade of the bands near the Old Copra Factory.   The […]

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