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Owning a personal car fifteen to twenty years ago was almost a luxury. Today, nearly every household has a car and nearly every car has an owner. More interestingly, younger and younger people are buying and owning cars. Statistics from the islands show that thousands of cars (info.japanesecartrade.com) are imported into the Caribbean from Japan ...

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The St. Lucia Development Bank (SLDB) has launched a special climate adaptation financing facility (CAFF). CAFF provides low interest loans to Saint Lucian enterprises in the agriculture, tourism, manufacturing and service sectors to help build climate change resilience.
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The National Emergency Management Organization [NEMO] continues to advance capacity building efforts to establish a national early warning system for Saint Lucia. The organization is getting help from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency, the international telecommunications union and the Cuban government.
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Passengers on board a La Clery public bus got a scare around midday Friday, when a retaining wall collapsed on the moving vehicle at active hill. Among the startled passengers taken to hospital was a pregnant woman. One other parked vehicle was also crushed under the weight of the wall, which reportedly caused thousands of …
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Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) is not involved in any negotiations concerning the controversial DSH (horse race) track or any aspect of DSH at this point in time. That’s according to Ceo Nestor Alfred. Alfred says that some aspects of the agreement were approved before his tenure.
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Fox News:-The American bronze medalist who lost a world-championship cycling race to a transgender woman from Canada has criticized the results as unfair. “First transgender woman world champion…ever,” Rachel McKinnon, an assistant professor of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, bragged Sunday in a tweet that set off a massive debate. McKinnon gave a […]

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BBC:–  Hundreds of migrants travelling across Central America in a mass caravan to the US have tried to breach Mexico’s southern border and enter the country. Some migrants broke through Guatemalan border fences but then clashed with Mexican riot police in no man’s land. On Friday, US President Donald Trump thanked Mexico for holding back the […]

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