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Press Release:– In an effort to drastically reduce the country’s vulnerability to the impacts of climate change, the Government of Saint Lucia has been implementing several initiatives under the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). Following the handing over of 2 climate-resilient blocks at the Choiseul Secondary School, several small contractors are about to implement slope […]

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The Caribbean has long been a region of diverse holiday offerings. In one sense this is, of course, no surprise given how many territories make up the Caribbean family, but with the corporatisation and globalisation of the tourism industry over the years, the diversity of offerings that remain here is testament to unique businesses, and those who’ve built them.

The post Budget Hotels in the Era of Short-Stay Vacations appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Sky News:- At least 16 people were wounded – most of them schoolgirls, a city official said. The suspect, understood to be in his 50s, allegedly carried a knife in each hand and screamed “I will kill you” before attacking the group of children waiting at a bus stop in in Kawasaki city, south of the […]

The post 2 Killed, 16 Hurt As Man Stabs Girls Waiting For Bus In Japan appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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Barbados Today:– Minister of Broadcasting Senator Lucille Moe has issued a warning to broadcasters, songwriters and artistes to be mindful of their Crop Over content. She told the launch of the First Citizens/Digicel Big Show calypso tent: “I would like to see a sense of responsibility prevail in our choices of what we broadcast put in the public domain, particularly […]

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