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Archbishop Robert Rivas observes that churches are moving into a new era as it pertains to mass and churches due to the covid-19 virus. The health and equity ministries have granted approval to all the parishes of the catholic church to recommence operations. The catholic church officials held a press conference on Thursday to inform …
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The sustainable development department continues to implore Saint Lucians to jealousy protect and conserve the biodiversity of the island for the betterment of society. Countries around the world will commemorate international day for biological diversity (IDB) this coming Friday under the theme; “our solutions in nature”.
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Press Release:- BARBADOS, 20 May 2020 – ‘COVID 19: Supporting our Children’ is the theme of a six-part radio series presented by UNICEF and Pan American Health Organization with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) .  The series will be broadcast on 12 stations in the Eastern Caribbean. The show is targeted at […]

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The economic development minister has decried what he describes as a misrepresentation of the policy decisions taken by the Allen Chastanet administration. Joseph sat-down for a wide-ranging interview during the latest Covid-19 update at the studios of NTN on Thursday.
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Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph has praised Saint Lucia’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis, declaring that the Island is a ‘world leader’. He says this country is among the top five globally in dealing with the pandemic. “Looking at the situation, I believe that – not I believe, the record is there to show, sometimes […]

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Press Release:-  The Association of Professional Engineers of Saint Lucia (APESL) and the Engineers Registration Board (ERB) would like to advise the public that the Engineers (Registration) Act CAP 13.10 of the Revised Laws of Saint Lucia defines Engineering as follows: ““engineering” includes the doing of one or more acts of advising on, reporting on, […]

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has criticised Prime Minister Allen Chastanet over comments the PM made recently about colonialism and economics. And Pierre believes Chastanet owes Saint Lucians an apology. “He says that economics has no conscience and even colonialism had a conscience,” Pierre recalled. “You want to believe that colonialism had a conscience?” The […]

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Four or five years after he was awarded (with Theodore W. Shultz, an American) the Nobel Prize for Economics—for his studies of economic development and his construction of an innovative model relating the terms of trade between less developed and more developed nations to their respective levels of labor productivity in agriculture—Sir Arthur Lewis accepted […]

The post Wayne’s Whirl: Unhappy Is The Land Without Heroes! appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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