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Poverty among youth in St. Lucia remains a significant concern for the St. Lucian government. According to a report conducted by the government in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund, dubbed; “Adolescent well-being and equity in Saint Lucia,” although poverty rates have decreased; nearly one in every three teens is still poor.  
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Officers of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force are mourning the loss of special reserve officer Oswald Simon, who succumbed to injuries sustained in a bike race over the weekend. Officer in charge of the unit Pancras Albert says Simon, who was motorcycle enthusiast, will be greatly missed.
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The Ministry of Health wishes to raise the alert once more with regard to dengue fever, Chief Medical Officer, Doctor Merlene Fredericks, has said. She noted that at this point, although authorities here have not seen an increase in cases of the disease, other countries in the region including the French territories, have. In a […]

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Press Release:–  Following on the heels of Cabinet’s endorsement to suspend and eventually abolish corporal punishment in schools in Saint Lucia, the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations has announced that it will host several re-tooling and upskilling exercises in the coming weeks and months as part of an implementation plan for the commencement of […]

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Press Release:-  Saint Lucians and visitors alike were in for a special treat on Independence Day, with the staging of the first ever Independence Parade. “Anou We’y” a parade with a difference, was held on February 22, Independence Day and featured various aspects of Saint Lucian life- sporting, cultural, commercial and more, through exciting portrayals. […]

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The President of the Leeward Islands Pilots Association, Carl Burke, has asserted that it it not too late to undertake an independent audit of the regional airline, LIAT, Winn FM of St Kitts & Nevis has reported. Burke told the radio station that his association made the suggestion in 2009 to Vincentian Prime Minister, Doctor […]

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Business Recorder:-  International cricket stars are highly anticipating to play in front of the home crowd in Karachi, in the last phase of HBL Pakistan Super League, which starts at the National Stadium from March 9. West Indies stars Daren Sammy, Dwayne Bravo and Sir Vivian Richards lead the charge with high hopes to entertain the […]

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Stabroek News:–  A Canje family told by doctors attached to the New Amsterdam Public Hospital that their child was born with a deformed leg, is calling them out on the claim, after a cast was placed on their baby’s leg after delivery. Father of the child, Rafeek Drugen, 22, of Canefield, East Canje, Berbice, explained that […]

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