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The Ministry of Education believes there’s need for a more proactive approach to addressing air quality issues at schools throughout Saint Lucia. The ministry’s position was articulated by Acting Permanent Secretary, Kendall Khodra. He was responding to a reporter’s question pertaining to Saint Lucia Teachers Union President Julian Monrose’s suggestion that a comprehensive assessment be […]

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) —  Historic James Park in uptown Scarborough, was the focal point of Remembrance Day observances in Tobago yesterday. Remembrance Day honours members of the armed forces who died in the line of duty during World War I and II. A prominent feature of the park, named after Tobago’s pioneering political hero APT (Alphonso ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) —  Murdered Water and Sewage Authority (WASA) worker Ganesh Leroy Codjoe is being hailed a hero by relatives. Codjoe pushed his wife out of the way of gunfire, sacrificing his own life in the process. Newsday spoke with relatives at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, this afternoon. They said Codjoe, 33, accompanied ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) —  Despite repeated warnings from relatives to avoid associating with questionable characters, Obar Antoine, 18, stayed in contact with known criminals and may have been killed for these associations. Antoine was shot and killed while walking to his grandfather’s house in Belle Vue, St James, on Sunday night. Speaking with Newsday at the ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —  Being afflicted with dengue fever, which is suspected to have claimed the lives of as many as 50 Jamaicans since last year, was an unforgettable experience that has been implanted in the halls of my memory since the first signs emerged just over a week ago. Despite contracting the illness previously, its ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —  The Ministry of Health and Wellness says the shortage of Dengue Rapid test kits does not affect the ability to submit samples to the relevant laboratories for testing. Some players in the health sector including President of the Jamaica Medical Doctors’ Association Elon Thompson have raised concerns about the shortage. While acknowledging ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —  A 90-year-old American woman who was robbed of her life savings by a Jamaican lottery scam says she has been paid back only US$287 of the US$400,000 she’s owed. Edna Schmeets of Harvey, a small central North Dakota town about 77 miles (124km) northeast of Bismarck, was the victim whose case launched ...

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Press Release:- The 29th OECS Swim Meet was held this past weekend at the Shrewsbury Aquatic Centre in St. Vincent. Five islands competed including 2018 champions Grenada, St. Vincent, Antigua, St. Kitts Nevis and Saint Lucia. A total of thirty-four (34) swimmers from the various swim clubs in Saint Lucia proved to be the top swimmers […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) —  Some men may have to look over their shoulders because their partners may have a close ‘friend’ who could easily replace them. According to a Daily Mail article, a survey conducted by suggested that 50 per cent of the world’s women have a fallback man in case they end up single. ...

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By Terry Finisterre The third iteration of the Courts Women’s T20 Grand Slam Franchise Tournament will take place 3-13 December in Trinidad and Tobago. Young Saint Lucian allrounder Qiana Joseph will feature for at least part of the competition. West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor is set to make her debut in the series, but will […]

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