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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The disruptions in the egg market triggered by COVID-19 have left many farmers on the brink of ruin, with others facing severe financial hardships, a situation which may result in Jamaica being forced to import eggs for Christmas – for the first time since 2005. That is the dire warning from president […]

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Press Release:– Barrel Concessions are starting early as the Government of Saint Lucia delivered another promise in the Social Stabilization Plan. At a Sitting of the House of Assembly on Tuesday June 2nd 2020, the bill to amend the usual Christmas Barrel Concession was passed allowing Saint Lucians to enjoy Duty Free Barrels in June rather […]

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In his most recent New Year address, a smartly attired, bearded Prime Minister Allen Chastanet made this promise to the nation: “We will soon be able to put behind us the sad memories that have lingered since 2009, when the original structure was destroyed by fire.” Moreover, for their “patience in staying the course with their excellent service during the trying years,” he thanked the management and staff of St. Jude Hospital.

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Despite calls by the police for the public to resolve grievances amicably during the holidays, Saint Lucia has recorded another homicide. Witnesses tried in vein to render aid to the victim. The victim is 45-year-old Aaron cooper of Anse Ger, Micoud, who was allegedly attacked over a disagreement on a dance-floor.
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(PRESS RELEASE) – The S.R.D.F has been engaged in an exercise of benevolence, which is synonymous with this time of year. On Christmas Eve, the staff of the radio station, 88.5 Soufriere FM along with their colleagues of the Corporate Communications department visited different areas within Soufriere, mainly the less fortunate, to spread some genuine ...

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(AP) — A strong typhoon that barrelled through the central Philippines left at least 28 dead and 12 missing and forced thousands to flee their homes, devastating Christmas celebrations in the predominantly Roman Catholic country. Typhoon Phanfone stranded many people in sea and airports at the peak of holiday travel, set off landslides, flooded low-lying ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Althea Needham, a Jamaican living in the United States (US), recently brought cheer to more than 200 children and adults in Kitson Town, St Catherine. On December 22, Needham collaborated with the Kitson Town-based Holy Ghost Assembly Church of God, where they gave the children books, and other educational gifts, as well ...

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