Jamaica Observer:– KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he has noted with concern the developments surrounding the case of a seven-year-old girl who was barred from attending a primary school in St Catherine because of her dreadlocks. “While we await the written judgement to determine the basis of the ruling issued by our Supreme […]
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The Saint Lucia National Reparations Committee (NRC) announces two new parallel initiatives coming soon, later this year: a year-long National …
- The Voice St. Lucia
- 01, August 08:31 am
Press Release:– The Ministry of Commerce, International Trade, Investment, Enterprise Development and Consumer Affairs would like to inform Importers of: School Text Books Dictionaries Exercise Books Drawing Books Geometry Sets Crayons and Notebooks that these items are Price Controlled, and as a result, the maximum retail price for these items must be calculated on the prescribed […]
- St. Lucia Times
- 01, July 03:13 pm
Windward & Leeward Brewery Ltd. (WLBL), Du Boulay’s Bottling Company Ltd. (DBC) through its Piton Malta brand, continues to support youth development in St. Lucia with the donation of one hundred & fifty tablets through the Ministry of Education to sixteen schools around the island. This was in response to the Ministry’s call for assistance with providing students in need, with smart devices to accommodate remote learning, as schools have switched to online learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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- St. Lucia Star
- 26, June 11:46 am
Press Release:- On Thursday June 25, 2020 The Laborie Economic and Employment Forum (LEEF) presented a total of sixteen (16) Amazon Fire Tablets to four (4) primary schools in the Laborie district, to facilitate their COVID induced and accelerated online education programs. The beneficiary schools were the Augier Combined School, Banse-La Grace Combined, Laborie Boys Primary […]
Education officials in Saint Lucia are expecting that there will be a safe re-opening of school in September, 2020, for all students. But they say it all depends on the advice of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Medical Officer. “We are praying and hoping that with all of our protocols in place, with […]
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- St. Lucia Times
- 19, June 07:05 am