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(REUTERS) – Jacquelin Joseph is struggling to re-open his small food and beverage store in the northern Haitian town of Port-de-Paix, months after the country returned to a semblance of normality following violent anti-government protests. The 45-year-old was forced to shut up shop in December when he ran out of stock after the protests against ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – Shaking hands is banned in church due to fears of spreading the coronavirus. Anglican Bishop Claude Berkley confirmed yesterday via telephone that the church has taken steps against the possible spread of the virus. The Anglican church has joined Christian faith-based communities in the region and around the world that have placed ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – St. Lucia Aquatics Federation celebrated 41 years of independence this past Sunday March 1st, at the Rodney Heights Aquatic Center. Approximately 140 swimmers from 6 clubs, namely Seajays Swim Club, Sharks Swim Club, Lightning Aquatics, RHAC Swim Club, Southern Flying Fish and RR Aquatics competed at the swim challenge in an effort ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – A three-day exercise, geared towards promoting efficiency of the utility service and ensuring compliance with regional and international standards in electricity management, will be held in the Bougainvillea Conference Room, Bay Gardens Hotel, Saint Lucia from March 3 to 5, 2020. This, with the support of the U.S. Department of State, the ...

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Press Release:-  Port of Spain, Trinidad. In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed Mr Pedro Ellis’ appeal against the refusal of the courts in Barbados to grant him bail. The CCJ had granted Ellis special leave to appeal since at the time it granted leave, he was still in detention […]

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Press Release:– On Saturday February 29th 2020, The Beausejour Community Group teamed up with The Montessori Centre St Lucia, I Love Biking SLU, St Lucia Diabetic and Hypertension Association and other partners and volunteers for the 2020 Independence Walk/Bike a thon.  This annual fun event, is the second one organized by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, community […]

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Press Release:- As of March 01, 2020, the WHO reported a total of 87,137 confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally with 2,977 deaths. There are now 7,169 confirmed cases in 58 countries outside China with 104 deaths which include:  Thailand (42), Japan (239), the Republic of Korea (3,736), Vietnam (16), Singapore (102), Australia (25), Malaysia (24), Cambodia […]

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An 8-year-old boy is dead. He passed away at hospital after he was hit by a moving vehicle just as he disembarked a commuter bus. The student at the Pierrot combined school is being remembered as a bright young man with sharp wit. It’s a painful reminder of the inherent dangers of navigating Saint Lucia’s …
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Public health officials in Saint Lucia are taking the island’s level of preparedness for the covid-19 outbreak up another notch. This move follows the elevation of the threat level by regional institutions. The announcement also comes on the heels of reports of the first possible cases in the French Caribbean.
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