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by Anicia Antoine, GIS The Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) continues to play a tremendous role in improving the education sector in Saint Lucia. Most recently, the Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Saint Lucia, His Excellency Douglas Shen, presented 30 ASUS laptops to the Boys Training Centre. HE Douglas Shen […]

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BBC News:– Authorities are searching for a red panda that escaped from a zoo in south-eastern France. Staff at St-Martin-la-Plaine zoo near Lyon say the endangered animal got free by scaling branches broken by recent snowfall. It was last seen by a motorist less than 5km (3.1 miles) away, near Saint-Maurice-sur-Dargoire. A Facebook post asked residents […]

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Press Release:-  Cde Johann Harewood, Secretary General of the National Workers Union has been elected to serve on the Regional Council of IndustriALL. IndustriALL is a global organization representing more than fifty-three (53) million workers in over one hundred and forty (140) countries and its Headquarters is in Geneva. IndustriALL recently held an industrial forum […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has praised this country’s heroic firefighters in the aftermath of Thursday afternoon’s devastating fire at the Voyager building in the William Peter Boulevard in Castries. “I say a heartfelt thank you to our heroic fire officers and our emergency response personnel for their quick action,” he said. I want to thank […]

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Castries vendor Bertha Nicholas has told a local television station that a tourist stole from her booth at the Vendors Arcade. MBC Prime reported Wednesday night that Nicholas was returning from a visit to the washroom when she noticed a Caucasian male near the booth. The vendor told MBC Prime that she tried to get […]

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The Voyager building on the William Peter Boulevard in Castries has been destroyed by fire, emergency officials say. Deputy Fire Chief George Victorin told St Lucia Times that the Saint Lucia Fire Service received a call about the blaze at approximately 1:30 pm Thursday. Victorin said units from the Castries, Babonneau and Gros Islet fire […]

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Firefighters have responded to what they describe as a ‘huge’ fire at  the building housing Voyager variety store in the William Peter Boulevard,  Castries, the Saint Lucia Fire Service says. A big column of smoke could be seen from across the City rising from the area. The cause of the blaze which was reported shortly […]

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Assistant Police Commisioner Wayne Charlery has described a recent upsurge in crime as worrying, but says police are doing their utmost to deal with the situation. “We are putting in 100 percent, if not more in our efforts at crime fighting,” Charlery declared. He pointed to the “major successes” the police have had, asserting that […]

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