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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — With the idea of becoming a professional footballer appearing a pipe dream, Jamaica’s retired track superstar Usain Bolt says he is placing greater emphasis on cultivating business ventures. During a press conference on Monday, Bolt committed $1 million support to Special Olympics Jamaica ahead of their participation at the World Games in ...

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 The Government of Saint Lucia is currently advancing an initiative that will allow businesses to use non-traditional forms of collateral to secure financing, it has been announced. According to the National Competitiveness and Productivity Unit (NCPU) , with the new venture, businesses will be able to use their movable assets such as their inventory, equipment, […]

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(BBC) — US President Donald Trump has said he recognises Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president. It came minutes after the 35-year-old declared himself as acting leader in Caracas on Wednesday. Tens of thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the streets in protest against President Nicolás Maduro. Mr Maduro was sworn in for ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Mayor of Castries, His Worship Peterson D. Francis, is very pleased with the donations and contributions made to his office by members of the public and some corporate entities for affected victims of the recent Rosehill fire. The most significant donation came from the Salvation Army which contributed a member of items which ...

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(SNO) — A motion of no confidence against the Allen Chastanet-led government by the Saint Lucia Labour Party will be debated in parliament on January 29, Opposition Leader, Philip J. Pierre has announced. The motion was filed in November last year and it called for the immediate resignation of Chastanet. At that time, Pierre said ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The celebration of Saint Lucia’s 40th Independence Anniversary is underway after an exciting calendar of activities for the year-long observance was launched here in December. One of these activities is the annual Prime Minister’s Independence Ball to be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Sandals Grande Resort. The event, over ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — While the steamed fish and okra dish is lauded in Jamaican culture as the ideal meal to boost a man’s virility, recent studies have revealed that the seeds of the okra plant actually contain a substance that reduces the chances of a man impregnating a woman. “In some countries, men actually take ...

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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre has announced that a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, will be debated next week in parliament. “I am pleased to announce that last time I spoke to the Speaker, he told me that the Motion of No Confidence in the Prime Minister will be debated on […]

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