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(SNO) — Priority one for A.E. Komotini is to remain in the A1 Ethniki (?1 ?????? ?????????), more commonly known as the Greek Volleyball League. The latest entrants to one of the world’s top volleyball leagues know that they will be facing some of the best players in the world on a weekly basis, hence ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia international Tyrece Jeremie is beginning to make a name for himself at Stars Football Academy in the United Kingdom. The young man left for England earlier this month, and has already played two games with Stars Football. The first, a friendly under-18 fixture against Stevenage Borough FC, provided the young Stars ...

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Soufriere residents had to lift a vehicle to free a woman who was trapped underneath as a result of a freak accident at Fond St Jacques last month, it has been reported. The victim, identified as 78 year old Veronica Prospere, died Tuesday at hospital. Andrina Alexander, the daughter of the deceased, told St Lucia Times […]

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(SNO) — Although Saint Lucia voted at the Organization of American States (OAS) not to recognize Nicholas Maduro’s second term as president of Venezuela, the island said it will not interfere in the internal affairs of the crisis-racked South American country. Minister of External Affairs Sarah Flood-Beaubrun said Saint Lucia will not and do not ...

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(SNO) — President of Caribbean Mentorship Insititute, Felicia Browne, is expressing grave concerns over reports of the attempted abduction of a child in Ciceron, Castries. She said protection and safety are critical towards a child’s development. “Children have the right to live free from violence and the fear of living in violence,” she said. Reports ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucians are invited to turn out in large numbers this Saturday (Jan. 19) as attempts are being initiated to beautify the island. The project is being undertaken by the Saint Lucia Office of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Greening the Caribbean. Saturday’s event will be the first activity for 2019, ...

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The Ministry of Health here is stepping up measures to combat dengue fever, amid reports of a slight increase in dengue cases in 2018. “For the year 2018, we did notice a slight increase in the number of cases, mainly in the latter months which do coincide with what we traditionally see,”  National Epidemiologist Dr. Michelle […]

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Chartered Accountant, Richard Peterkin, believes that Saint Lucia should keep watch as the partial United States government shutdown continues. In comments invited by St Lucia Times, Peterkin expressed the view that anything which happens in this country’s main source markets for tourism and business needs to be watched because of the likely impact here. “At […]

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