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(USA TODAY) — The Food and Drug Administration announced the recall of six types of tattoo ink because they are contaminated with bacteria. The tattoo inks, made by a handful of manufacturers, are contaminated with microorganisms that can lead to serious injuries and an increased risk of infection since the skin barrier is broken during ...

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Press Release:– The Ministry of Youth Development and Sports’ 2019 Secondary School 40-Over Cricket Tournament began this Wednesday with three matches. Victories were recorded for St Mary’s College over Babonneau Secondary; Micoud Secondary over Clendon Mason Memorial Secondary and Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary over Choiseul Secondary. At the Balata Playing Field, St Mary’s College led by a 6 wicket haul […]

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Press Release:-  Member of Parliament for Castries North Honorable Stephenson King is continuing to invest in the education of the nation’s youth. On Thursday May 9, the MP visited on the Morne Du Don Combined School where he made a personal cash donation of $5,615.00 towards the school’s Science Lab Project. In a brief cheque […]

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Four individuals have been arrested — one sustaining gunshot wounds — during a police operation on Thursday, May 16 in Grand Riviere, Gros Islet which netted a firearm, ammunition and drugs, according to a police press release. Police said a 9mm Beretta pistol,  14 rounds of ammunition and a “quantity of illicit drugs” were recovered ...

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The Education Officer for District One, Cyrus Cepal, expressing concern about criminal behaviour by young people in Saint Lucia, has declared that it cannot be just a matter of pushing academics in schools when some are not ready for it because of their upbringing. “That’s why there is a need for holistic education,” Cepal told […]

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Eighteen students and four teachers from the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS) are currently in Martinique for the 2nd Bi-Annual Banaré Games. It’s the second time that the CCSS has accepted an invitation to take part in the Inter-College Amerindian Games which began Wednesday. The school placed 2nd at the 1st games held in 2017. […]

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