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Countries should not wait for a COVID-19 vaccine to be developed before they start planning and preparing for its arrival, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Director, Carissa F Etienne, said today. In the meantime, they must also continue other recommended public health measures to contain the virus. PAHO Director Carisaa F Etienne “Frontline health workers, first […]

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Press Release:-  Thirty students are expected to receive training under the Skills for Youth Employment (SkYE) Training Program through School of Art and Design. This training is funded with UK aid from the UK Government and will provide opportunities for students to receive training in Ceramics, Multi-media Animation or Computer Graphics. Each cohort will be […]

This article Creative Arts Training For Saint Lucia Youth appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has described as “bluff”, two of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet’s recent casual Facebook posts. On September 15 a video of Chastanet picking a guava from a tree was uploaded to his Facebook page. He captioned the video: “Did you know that guavas have a higher concentration of vitamins when compared […]

The post Pierre takes issue with PM posting about Thomazo bread and guavas appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Minister for Equity, Social Justice, Local Government and Empowerment Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute believes it is time to revisit the law that criminalises  attempted suicide. “People don’t just stay and arbitrarily decide to take their lives,” he told reporters Thursday. The Gros Islet MP asserted that life is someone’s most prized possession. He expressed the view […]

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Press Release:– Founded in Canada by Saint Lucian, Naomi Thomas Jules, Girls United Foundation (GUF), is committed to advancing the well-being of girls and women. Initially, an organization concerned with the struggles of women afflicted with sickle cell anemia, Naomi, conscious of the plight that COVID-19 had brought to many in Saint Lucia, marshalled resources and […]

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Press Release:– The Chamber’s pledge to incorporate the need of all its members in its development and advocacy agenda over the last few years has led to the creation of program specifically designed to meet the needs of the Members located in the Southern parts of the island through the Southern Members program.   This program has […]

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The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) and the ECCU Bankers’ Association have carefully reviewed the current circumstances in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and have revised their support programme to help reduce the anxiety that some customers and residents continue to experience over the loss of income due to the pandemic. The unprecedented situation […]

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