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Cambridge Trust scholar Gill Francis from St. Lucia, who is undertaking a PhD in education at the Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development & Learning, has had her first research paper published. Gill first came to Cambridge in 2014 to study for a master’s degree in psychology and education studies at Murray Edwards ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Anti-bullying author and youth advocate, Loverly Sheridan, will kick off the official launching of her international “Buddy Bench Campaign” — endorsed by the Ministry of Education and Infrastructure — at the Carmen Rene’ Memorial School on Monday, February 18, 2019. ‘BE A BUDDY, NOT A BULLY’ is a successful ongoing U.S. national ...

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(SNO) — Miss Soufriere Sancia Charlemagne has won the Miss Independence 2019 pageant held at the National Cultural Centre in Castries on Friday evening. The results were revealed a few minutes before 1 a.m. Charlemagne tallied 435 points after winning four categories: Miss Congeniality, talent, promotional speech and evening wear. Timiqua Bursharn Deterville, representing Dennery/North, ...

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Trinidad Express:–  An infant boy who fell asleep in the back seat of his father’s car, died on Friday afternoon when the vehicle suddenly burned. Three-year-old Prince Francette suffered 100 per cent burns, and by the time he was taken to hospital, he was unresponsive. He died within hours. Police were told that at around 2 […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Cricket West Indies (CWI) is bracing for a huge financial windfall from the ongoing England tour and the upcoming home series against India, as the cash-strapped organisation hopes to make up for a disastrous 2018 when they lost an estimated US$20 million. According to Chief Executive Johnny Grave, CWI is expected […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has expressed concern about noise pollution in the City. He says letters have already been dispatched to business places alerting them to the problem and advising them of the law. He told St Lucia Times that he has a ‘serious problem’ with loud noises in Castries. “I don’t know how we […]

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