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The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) celebrated the country’s 108th Double Ten Day in advance with its Saint Lucian friends on Wednesday, October 9. Neither Prime Minister Allen Chastanet nor Taiwanese Ambassador Douglas Shen attended. They were leading Saint Lucia’s biggest delegation ever to Taiwan to authentically commemorate this year’s National Day.

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Members of a visiting EU delegation state their disappointment with the failure to get the OKEU hospital operational ten years after the start of construction.
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Friday morning  met with executives of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)  to discuss development of cricket in Saint Lucia and the wider Caribbean. The WICB delegation included Chief Executive, Johnny Grave, Vice President Dr. Kishore Shallow and President of the Saint Lucia Cricket Association Julian Charles. “Our meeting included a […]

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Press Release:– Minister of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Hon. Dr. Gale T.C. Rigobert, this week hosted the first Heads of Department meeting for the academic year 2019/2020. The purpose of the meeting was to outline the ministry’s vision for the new academic year. Presentations were made by the School Supervision Unit in collaboration […]

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As Saint Lucia celebrates Breast Feeding Month, the Ministry of Health and Wellness is seeking to help create an environment that supports breastfeeding. Ministry of Health officials said that while they continue to play their part in promoting breastfeeding, studies show that Saint Lucia’s rate of breastfeeding remains low. Chief Nutritionist, Lisa Hunt-Mitchell, said there […]

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Saint Lucia’s Department of Consumer Affairs and Massy Stores have issued statements in response to a video posted on social media, asserting that expired flour is being offered for sale here. The flour has since been withdrawn from the market, according to the department and a statement from Massy Stores. The  viral video, lasting two […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Consumer Affairs Department (CAD) is a step closer in the advancement of consumer protection in St. Lucia. Legal Officer at the Ministry of Commerce Dylan Norbert-Inglis revealed that the consumer protection act passed in 2016 will soon have a commencement date. Norbert-Inglis said: “It is now awaiting a commencement date which ...
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Jamaica Observer:- TORONTO, CANADA — In what seemed an unprecedented operation, the entire plane load of passengers on Air Canada flight AC 1803 from Kingston, Jamaica, had every piece of their luggage searched and some items confiscated by customs agents at Pearson Toronto International Airport here in Canada. The late-night flight Thursday which had been […]

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A disturbance in the eastern Atlantic Ocean is being monitored by Saint Lucia officials, in the face of reports that it could develop into a tropical depression or tropical storm over the next several days. The Weather Channel said on its official website Friday that the disturbance does not appear to be a significant threat […]

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(CMC) — The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially began on Saturday with the Barbados-based Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) urging the population in the region to be fully prepared for any eventuality over the next six months. The US-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting there will be nine to 15 named ...

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