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(SNO) — Kicking off term 2 of the 2018-2019 academic year, Education District 2 (Castries) held a well organized and highly competitive table tennis tournament recently. The aim of the tournament was to select four boys and four girls who will then be representing the district at the Inter-District Table Tennis Championships which is scheduled ...

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(SNO) — Rick Valcin has a packed curriculum vitae, inclusive of an NCAA Division 3 title in men’s pole vault, two all-American nods, three Iowa Conference pole vault titles, a 100m title, two Drake Relays qualifiers, and multiple outings for Saint Lucia in international competition, such as the Commonwealth Games in Scotland in 2014. Graduating ...

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(SNO) — Competing in her first indoor season, Briar Cliff University’s Allana Paul led the Lady Chargers over the weekend at the Chelsey M Henkenius Invite. The Saturday meet was hosted by Wartburg College. Paul, who turns 21 this year, is pursuing a four-year degree programme in kinesiology at her new school in Sioux City, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The local media got a first-hand look at the plans being laid out by Invest Saint Lucia (ISL) for 2019. Speaking at a press briefing Monday, ISL’s CEO Roderick Cherry, provided members of the media with the status of ongoing projects, those pipeline projects that ISL continues to facilitate, as well as ...

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West Indies Test captain Jason Holder was the only West Indian player who walked away with any accolades at the 2018 ICC Awards. Holder was named as part of the 11 man ICC Test team for 2018, along with India’s Virat Kholi. Kholi was the main winner as he took the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for …
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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has expressed the view that Magistrates and Judges are lenient with persons who run afoul of the law. “See how lenient these Magistrates and these Judges are being,” he said in an interview broadcast by Hot 7 News. “What do you expect?” Francis asked. He noted that there are situations where people […]

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BBC:-  The EU Commission has told EU states to tighten checks on non-EU nationals who acquire citizenship – so-called “golden passports” – through investments. The Commission plans closer monitoring of those schemes and of “golden visas” granting residence in exchange for big investments. It says they can be abused for tax evasion and money-laundering. EU […]

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CARICOM Today:-  The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is urging the Region to prepare for the possibility of a severe outbreak of Dengue Fever. In a press release, the CARICOM Institution said that disease modelling predicts that a regional outbreak of Dengue may occur in the near future. The last major regional outbreak of Dengue occurred in 2009. […]

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