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(BBC) — Hundreds of protesters against US President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee have been arrested in Washington as the pick inched closer to winning confirmation. Republicans declared that an FBI report had exonerated Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault allegations. But Democrats said the five-day inquiry was “incomplete” because it was limited by the White ...

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The St. Lucia Teacher’s Union (SLTU) Held Its Annual National Education Conference At The Pastoral Center On Wednesday. This Year’s Theme Was: “Quality Education – Teachers The Heartbeat”.
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Preliminary Estimates State That 80%-90% Of Saint Lucia’s Banana Industry Sustained Damage During The Passage Of Tropical Storm Kirk. Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph Says It Is Time To Go Back To The Drawing Board, With The Support Of Local Farmers. The Minister Met With Farmers This Week.
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Opposition Investment Spokesman Dr. Ernest Hilaire Says He Doesn’t Need A Courtroom To Disprove Minister Responsible For Tourism Dominic Fedee, On The Controversial Fallout From The Canceled Ritz-Carlton Hotel Project By Dubai Firm – Range Development.
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“Responding To Agriculture Challenges Through Sustainable Partnerships”, Was The Theme For Massy Stores Annual Registered Farmers Meeting. Farmers And Agriculture Officials Met On Wednesday, September 26th To Discuss Their Achievements And Short-Comings In 2017.
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The Forestry Division And The Saint Lucia National Trust Continue To Collaborate On A Project That Hopes To Reduce The Number Of Snake Bites By 80%, While Ensuring That The Fer De Lance Population Remains Stable. On Thursday, The Partners Brought Medical Professionals Together, To Learn More About The Endangered Snake And Treatment For Bites.
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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — In a pre-trial ruling, a High Court judge has ordered St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris to pay legal costs to leader of the opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas; opposition senator, Nigel Carty; Clement ‘Juni’ Liburd of Freedom 106.5 FM; and Charles Jong of […]

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