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Sky News:– West Indies batsman Nicholas Pooran has been banned for his country’s next four Twenty20 matches after admitting to tampering with the ball. The Windies won their one-day international series against Afghanistan 3-0 but the result has been overshadowed by Pooran’s actions in the final match in Lucknow. Cameras caught the 24-year-old using his thumb […]

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In the aftermath of an early Wednesday morning armed robbery at Twist bar in Grand Riviere, Gros Islet, a senior police officer has asserted that criminals here taking their game to a new level. “Obviously the criminals have taken their game to a new level and it is up to law enforcement to up our […]

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Press Release:– The Ministry of Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries is currently working with the Department of Statistics to conduct a Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) study to assess the economic impact of tourism on the local economy. Private Sector firms directly impacted by tourism are encouraged to participate in the island-wide economic survey […]

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By Terry Finisterre From the heart of London, England – the small borough of Lewisham, to be precise – comes the latest find from the Saint Lucia football diaspora. Kieran Monlouis has had Saint Lucia on his mind for several years now, but he’s made his way to the national team in time for upcoming […]

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Press Release:– The Second Higher Education Meeting of the OECS took place in Saint Lucia on November 5, 2019. In attendance at this meeting were OECS Ministers of Education and Presidents/ Principals of National Colleges of the OECS. The meeting provided the opportunity for policy makers and Heads of OECS National Colleges to: Engage in constructive dialogue on substantive […]

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Press Release:–  All pregnant women must have serology testing during pregnancy.  Ideally, this should take place twice during their pregnancy – within the first 3 months and within the last 3 months. Serology testing involves taking a blood sample to test for HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HTLV 1&2. All pregnant women can get […]

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