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The 2019 Inter-American Institute for cooperation on agriculture IICA accountability seminar, was held on Wednesday at the Orchid Garden in Union. The idea was to outline some of the ways in which IICA has assisted and can assist young persons involved in agriculture and food processing.    
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Press Release:- June 9th , the St. Lucia Aquatics Federation hosted its first ever, Open Water Swim Carnival at the Pigeon Point.  37 swimmers registered swimming the 400m, 800m 1km, 3km and 5km events.  Competitors came from the following clubs: Lightning Aquatics, Southern Flying Fish, Sharks, Seajays and were joined by a few unattached swimmers.  The Meet […]

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BBC- Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya cruised to victory over 2,000m at the Meeting de Montreuil in Paris – her first race since filing an appeal against the IAAF’s rules on restricting testosterone levels in female runners. Semenya, 28, finished in five minutes 38.19 seconds, ahead of Ethiopia’s Hawi Feysa and Adanech Anbesa in Paris. …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has defended remarks he made at a ruling party meeting Sunday, in which he called attention to opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre’s stuttering. Chastanet has been criticised for ridiculing Pierre. “If anybody listens to my statements, what I was making reference to is every single time that you ask the labour […]

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BBC- David Warner scored his first international century since serving a year-long ban for his part in the ball-tampering scandal in Australia’s tense 41-run World Cup victory over Pakistan. Warner, transformed from the man who struggled in Sunday’s defeat by India, busied his way to 107. With captain Aaron Finch also clubbing 82, Australia should have …
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Trinidad Express:–  Former national footballer and former Scottish football club player Richard Roy has come to the attention of an animal welfare charity for allegedly cooking and eating an iguana in the UK. Roy, 31, has been criticised on Facebook where his wife, Cheryl, posted a picture of him smiling and holding a dead iguana by […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  KINGSTON, Jamaica — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) today announced that it will be suing the United States Coast Guard on behalf of four Jamaican fishermen who were held for five weeks in 2017 on suspicion of smuggling marijuana. The Atlantic reported that according to the lawsuit filed today, the men, Robert Dexter […]

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Press Release:-   The Consumer Affairs Department  has officially opened the doors to its new home, and all are welcome. The Consumer Affairs Department (CAD) has moved from the fourth floor of the Heraldine Rock Building, Waterfront Castries to the Abraham Building at the corner or Micoud and Coral Streets. The new office is set in […]

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BBC News:– Ford is recalling 1.2 million sport utility vehicles in the US over suspension issues that the car giant said could affect steering. The recall, which is expected to cost $180m (£140m), affects Ford Explorers made in the US firm’s Chicago plant between 2010 and 2017. Ford said one customer had reported hitting a […]

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Press Release:- Health care professionals and community leaders were recently granted the opportunity to acquire the skills and tools to effectively provide self-management to persons living with chronic conditions. The chronic conditions include diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, kidney disease and arthritis, to name a few. Master Trainer for the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Yolanda Alcindor […]

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