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Political scientist, Denys springer says the ruling democratic progressive party has the edge in what some observers say will be a consequential presidential election in Taiwan on Saturday. Springer says the outcome of the closely watched race, could have major geopolitical implications. Saint lucia and Taiwan are close diplomatic allies.
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says the Ministry of Education along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have worked hard over the past two years to secure even more scholarship opportunities for Saint Lucians. He made the comments on his official Facebook page as he announced a number of scholarships offered by friendly governments and oganisations. […]

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(SNO) – The Trinidad-based UWI Seismic Research Center (SRC) has denied that a tsunami warning was issued following an earthquake that took place south of Dominica on Wednesday morning. After the 5.2 quake, which was felt on several islands including Saint Lucia, social media was rife with rumors that a tsunami warning was issued. One ...

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The contract for the construction of the Micoud Wellness Centre has been signed. In making the announcement Tuesday, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet disclosed that work on the project will begin in the coming days. “This is a project which is well overdue and had previously started in 1992 when then Prime Minister Sir John Compton […]

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Press Release:- The Island’s first recorded newborns for 2020, have each received a hamper containing clothes and other supplies. Baby boy Giovani Thomas was born at the St. Jude Hospital while baby girl Acadya Paul was born at the Victoria Hospital.   The hamper presentations were made on Saturday, January o4, to Nadia Aurelien mother of […]

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The President of the Saint Lucia Hospitality and Tourism Association (SLHTA) has warned that the attraction of sun, sand and sea will no longer suffice, as the profiles of future visitors change. In a message to mark the new year Karolin Troubetzkoy observed that an industry and tourism destination, this country must be mindful that […]

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(SNO) – The region, including Saint Lucia, will be affected by heavy seas by Thursday which could be hazardous  and dangerous. According to Caribbean Online Weather, a strong surface high pressure is building north of the area and will produce strong easterly winds of close to 30 mph. Because of  that, waves of up to ...

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