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Pope Francis  has expressed concern about  the “serious issue” of homosexuality, asserting Saturday that being gay was a “fashion” to which the clergy is susceptible. The Pope was quoted by AFP as saying that the issue of homosexuality is a very serious one. The News Agency quoted him as saying  that  the issue must be […]

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THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON IS OFFICIALLY OVER. HOWEVER, NEMO IS ENCOURAGING ST. LUCIANS TO REMAIN VIGILANT AS STORMS ARE NOT THE ONLY HARZARDS THEY FACE. OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS NEMO, A FEW OF ITS PARTNERS AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CUBA TEAMED UP TO PROVIDE TRAINING IN THE AREAS OF RISK ASSESSMENT AND HAZARD VULNERABILITY.  …
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THE ORGANISATION OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN STATES TEAMED UP WITH A NUMBER OF ORGANISATIONS TO HOST A HEALTH FAIR AS PART OF ACTIVITIES TO MARK WORLD’S AIDS DAY 2018. THE FOCUS OF THE FAIR WAS TO EMPOWER MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WITH KNOWLEDGE TO MAKE SENSIBLE DECISIONS REGARDING THEIR HEALTH. CITIZENS ARE BEING URGED TO KNOW …
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The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has confirmed receiving an application from Republic Financial Holdings, seeking regulatory approval to acquire the Bank of Nova Scotia’s operations and businesses in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU). An ECCB statement said the application was received on Tuesday, 27 November. According to the ECCB, pursuant to the Banking […]

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Two Saint Lucians—Mario J. Chicot and Danielle C. Gordon—are part of the 2018 cohort of Commonwealth Scholars. Mario and Danielle proudly represented Saint Lucia as they joined fellow scholars from other low and middle-income Commonwealth countries at this year’s Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) welcome event held in London last Friday, November 23. 

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Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, has urged members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) to defend themselves fully if confronted by criminals, but at the same time act professionally at all times and ensure they act within the law. Moncherry, who is currently in Ecuador on official business, made the comments to St Lucia […]

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