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The St Lucia Bureau Of Standards Has Sought To Address Concerns About The Alleged Mis-Labeling Of Wheat Flour And The Quality Of That Product. This Comes Out Of A Video Circulating On Line, Showing One Original Best Buy Date, And Another Best By Date Placed Over It. The SLBS Says There Is Nothing Wrong About …
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The St. Lucia Police Force Continues To Fight Crime And Address National Security Concerns, Despite The Constraints Of The LEAHY Law. That’s According To St. Lucia’s Prime Minister, Who On Tuesday Met With A Delegation Of Members Of The Us Congress. Prime Minister Chastanet Says The St. Lucia Police Force Have Found Ways To Get …
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Some 18 Teachers Will Be Returning To The Classroom As Students, As A Result Of Scholarships Granted To Them By The Government Of St. Lucia, In Collaboration With The Caribbean Development Bank. The Selection Was Made With The Idea Of Broadening The Range Of Areas Of Study Which The Awardees Will Be Pursuing.
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CARICOM And The African Union Are To Explore Ways To Enhance Co-Operation Between The Two Blocks Of Nations. This Comes As African Nations Are Increasingly Stating Their Interest In Strengthening Ties With The Caribbean.
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Press Release:- The Ministry of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations has officially launched the “Yes I Can” adult literacy program in the community of Micoud. The four-month program is geared toward educating both youth and adults who did not complete primary or secondary schooling. Acting Director of Innovation within the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations, Lennel […]

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Press Release:-Construction work on the first phase of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project is progressing as scheduled.  The first phase will include a sheltered area for provisions market vendors, along with upgraded amenities and surface covering.  Speaking to the progress, Mayor Peterson D. Francis says the provisions market vendors will no longer be exposed to …
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Saint Lucia’s Department of Consumer Affairs and Massy Stores have issued statements in response to a video posted on social media, asserting that expired flour is being offered for sale here. The flour has since been withdrawn from the market, according to the department and a statement from Massy Stores. The  viral video, lasting two […]

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Press Release:– The Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in collaboration with the Government of Saint Lucia have selected six trainees from Saint Lucia who will attend a cooking program in Taiwan. The three-month program is geared toward teaching primarily Chinese cuisine. The Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Saint Lucia, Douglas Shen, highlighted the importance of building capacity. He said …
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