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BBC News:- A 113-year-old woman – believed to be the oldest woman in Spain – has recovered from the coronavirus, officials have said. Maria Branyas was diagnosed with Covid-19 after the country went into lockdown in March. But after weeks in isolation, Ms Branyas recovered, having suffered only mild symptoms. It means she has lived through […]

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Minister for health, senator Mary Isaac says Saint Lucia has been able to contain Covid-19 through the hard of work of front-lines. But she warns the pandemic is by no means over. Moreover, she stresses that re-opening Saint Lucia’s economy will depend largely on the Behavior of the public in adhering to Covid-19 protocols.
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The police have been moving in on some of the perpetrators of violence and lawlessness. The trend of the law breakers posting their criminal activity on social media has led to some arrests. Two of the latest culprits caught firing weapons in the air are now in police custody.
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Anse-La-Raye/canaries MP Dominic Fedee is optimistic of increased access to early childhood development services in his constituency through the construction of the Jacmel Pre-school. Fedee conducted a walk through of the $1 million construction site on Tuesday. The project is funded by the Caribbean development bank through the SSDF.
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Some 20 cruise ship workers returned home from the carnival glory vessel on Tuesday. The nationals disembarked at Point Seraphine where they were screened and transferred to quarantine facilities for 14 days. It is the latest in an ongoing effort to bring saint lucians on the open waters home.
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A cutlass attack at Forestiere, Castries, was among 68 responses made by the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) between May 8 and 11 in the North and South of this country, according to a weekend report. The attack occurred on Sunday. Fire Service spokeswoman Stacy Joseph said  about 11:30 pm the Castries Fire Station responded […]

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The government’s decision to recommence capital projects to spur economic growth amid the pandemic has been met with criticism. But chief economist Tommy Descartes, argues that the move is sound given that the current administration has already procured the funds for these projects. Descartes sought to make the case of the role of public sector …
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Chairperson of the Lucian greens party Andre “Pacho” Decaires is laying down the gauntlet in the buy local campaigns. For the trained agriculturist, the campaign is nothing more than a decades-old tag-line that has failed to meet its mark. He believes time to put words into action. \https://youtu.be/u_Cjl1Fhis0
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The repatriation of cruise ship workers continued on Tuesday with another 20 individuals coming ashore. But what does the future hold for them? Chief economist in the ministry of planning, tommy Descartes, during a covid-19 response Center discussion identified the challenges that lie ahead for the cruise ship industry, and what it could mean for …
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Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph has assured the public that the government has not given up on shipping bananas to France. During an interview on the National Television Network on May 11, Joseph indicated that their intent was to enter the french market through Winfresh, and that there was a trial shipment. "The market told us that they wanted 22 clusters in a box, and each cluster bag with 6 fingers. Unfortunately, when we went out there and we engaged the farmers, we were not able to get 3000 boxes.

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