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Dear Sir: We are being told that the Trinidad and Tobago minister of trade and industry, Paula Gopee-Scoon, was in Beijing, China, to meet with potential foreign investors for the proposed Phoenix Park Industrial Estate (PPIE) in Trinidad. This park is to be developed/built by Beijing Construction Engineering Company at a cost of US$104 million […]

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The General Secretary of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA), Claude Paul, has asserted ahead of an emergency meeting of trade union members on Friday, that the organisation negotiates for salaries of its members based on what they deserve. “We do not negotiate for Christmas,” Paul declared. “CSA is not in the business of […]

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CWI- Stafanie Taylor took four crucial wickets for just 12 runs in another record-breaking performance. The WINDIES captain again proved she has the ‘ golden arm’ as the defending champions stunned South Africa to record their second win of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018. It was career-best figures for the game’s leading allrounder as she …
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(PRESS RELEASE) — Ten boys from the Lycée Professionel de Chateauboeuf, a vocational school in Martinique, recently benefitted from a one-day training course in information communication and technology (ICT), courtesy of LightSparc Training. During the workshop, held on Monday, November 12, 2018, at LightSparc Training’s High Street, Castries location, the students learned more about computers: ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Antigua and Barbuda’s tourism product continues to attract thousands to our shores and this is evident as there has been continual growth in visitor arrivals by air and sea throughout 2018. According to the quarterly visitor arrivals report released by the statistics department within the Ministry of Tourism and Investment, particularly, the ...

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As Saint Lucia joins the rest of the world to observe World Diabetes Day on November 14, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Merlene Fredericks says  there is a need for healthy healthy life style to manage the disease. She also emphasized the role of the family in the management, care, prevention and education of the disease. She ...

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The Saint Lucia Civil Service Assocation (CSA) said it is disappointed in Health Minister, Mary Isaac, in what it said is the  deteriorating state of Saint Lucia’s health-care system. General Secretary of the CSA, Claude Paul said the reason for the disappointment lays in the fact that Isaac was a trade union member. According to ...

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(SNO) — The UWI Seismic Research Centre, as well as the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), is warning that Saint Lucia, and the rest of the region, should brace for a major earthquake which it said is long overdue. Speaking to journalists in Saint Lucia earlier this week at the launch of Earth Science Week, the ...

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