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BET.Com:-Dallas employees of PricewaterhouseCoopers, the company Botham Jean worked for before he was killed in 2018, entered a bus decked out with virtual reality headsets, touchscreen tables and cameras that contained content aimed at helping them recognize their own unconscious bias. According to the Dallas Morning News, the bus has been touring America since November […]

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In the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak originated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the whole world is vigilant about China’s inept and opaque way of managing the epidemic. So far, there have been over 65,000 confirmed cases and 1,700 deaths, mostly in China. More than five provinces and 80 metropolises in China, including the capital city of Beijing and major economic hubs such as Shanghai, Guanzhou and Shenzhen have been quarantined, with more than 400 million Chinese people completely shut off from the outside world.

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Press Release:– The Government of Japan, through the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) has come to the aid of the fishers of Choiseul, to help remedy challenges experienced at the fishing port. Since the construction of the Choiseul Fishing Port close to 20 years ago by the Japanese Government, fishers of the community have had difficulty […]

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The World Health Organization’s February 12 situation report on the Novel Coronavirus revealed there were now 45,171 confirmed cases of the virus, of which 44,730 were from China where there have been 1,114 deaths. The only other death outside China was recorded in the Philippines. A total of 441 cases has been confirmed from other countries, including Singapore (47), Thailand (33), Japan (28), Republic of Korea (28), Taiwan (18), Australia (15), Germany (14), United States of America (13), France (11) and the United Kingdom (8).

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Press Release:–  The Msgr Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre and the Harold Simmons Folk Academy, organisers of the 8th FRC Saint Lucia Studies Conference to be held from Wednesday June 24th to Friday June 26th 2020, invite persons interested in presenting papers to apply as follows. The Conference seeks to provide an opportunity for researchers […]

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On Thursday Martinus Francois’ constitutional challenge over parliament’s failure to appoint a deputy speaker was adjourned to April 8, 2020. Filed last year, the case against House Speaker Andy Daniel has faced several setbacks. At a scheduled hearing last month, the matter was pushed to February. On Thursday Francois explained the day’s outcome: “When I got the affidavit of the Speaker, I realised that they had no case, so I filed a no-case submission to dismiss the matter. Dexter Theodore QC represents the Speaker and asked for more time to deal with that application.”

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Press Release:- The Water and Sewerage Company Inc WASCO is pleased to inform that after several hours of gruelling work, technicians have been able to repair the damaged 24 inch raw water line at Vanard. The location of leak, which was discovered several feet below the river bed, presented a major challenge for the crew. However, […]

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Melody Garrett from Grenada emerged this year’s winner of the Courts OECS Schools Reading Competition held on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 in Saint Lucia. Melody topped the OECS after competing against finalists from Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia and Antigua.

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BBC News:–  A Chinese tourist has died in France after contracting the new coronavirus – the first fatality from the disease outside Asia. The victim was an 80-year-old man from China’s Hubei province, according to French Health Minister Agnès Buzyn. He arrived in France on 16 January and was placed in quarantine in hospital in […]

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