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Press Release:– The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is requesting an initial US $3.5 million from donors to cover short-term health care and other needs for the population in the Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian. The devastating category 5 storm made landfall exactly one week ago in northwest Bahamas, and severely affected the health sector, with […]

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Opposition Senator Guibion Ferdinand has alerted his Facebook friends to a scam involving messages purporting to originate from his page. In a September 5, 2019 post on the official Facebook page of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), Ferdinand said he has been reliably informed that several persons are receiving the messages. “These messages […]

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Press Release:- World Physical Therapy Day is observed annually on the 8th of September, and is an opportunity for physical therapists/physiotherapists from all over the world to raise awareness about their role in keeping people well, active and healthy. The day was established by the World Confederation for Physiotherapy (WCPT) in 1996, and marks the […]

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Over $4,000 worth of tools were stolen from Straffies Funeral Home’s workshop this week. The executive director of the private entity, Elizabeth Saunders, said she has no idea how the thieves got into the building. She told OBSERVER media yesterday that the workshop – located on Fort Road away from the funeral parlour itself – […]

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NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) – The Ministry of Health Bahamas and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) are reassuring the public that none of the islands in the Caribbean country is under quarantine. In a statement today the ministry and PAHO said while floods can potentially increase the transmission of water-borne and communicable diseases, there is […]

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Saint Lucia is hoping to continue building on an increase in arrivals from the United Kingdom tourist market, it has been announced. In making the announcement, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet noted Sunday on his official Facebook page that this country has so far enjoyed a 6.5% increase in arrivals (Year to Date: June 2019) from […]

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El Salvador overcame a tough Saint Lucia side to collect a 3-0 victory in Group B of League B of the Concacaf Nations League on Saturday night at the Estadio Cuscatlan in San Salvador. El Salvador enjoyed a dream start with Narciso Orellana providing the early fireworks in the 7’ on a 40-yard strike that […]

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The race for the Big Eight Blackheart Productions Competition sees only one final spot up for grabs in Group 1. The final spot was determined following the outcome of the match between Desruisseaux and Vieux Fort South, played at Marchand Grounds on Wednesday evening. The game ended 1-1 which means Desruisseaux move on to play […]

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