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Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) workers came to the ‘rescue’ of a boa constrictor in Dennery this week. The sizable reptile was lying on the road and was in danger of being crushed by vehicles when the four LUCELEC workers used a telescopic stick to handle it, according to reports. According to the reports, […]

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It was exactly ten years ago Wednesday when 52-year-old corporal Vincent Trevor peters lost his life after he and his colleague were ambushed by a gunman. Corporal peters was shot multiple times about 9:00pm, on Friday the 19th of February, 2010, at the Castries waterfront, on the john Compton highway. His assailant, Jacob Owen Jules …
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(GIS) – A data gathering tool is seeking to help institutions that work with juveniles better manage their cases for more effective outcomes. The social work-related software, Therascribe, includes features such as appointment reminders, appointment scheduling, assessments, and treatment plans. It allows health workers access to the same information. Recently, a refresher course was conducted ...

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At least 4 snakes in Anse La Raye were relocated to the forest in Millet after workers at a quarry raised an alarm, Forestry officials say. The incident occurred last week. A video of the efforts to relocate the boa constrictors from the quarry in Anse La Raye was posted on social media. Forestry officials […]

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(AP) — The World Health Organization is warning that demand for masks and other protective equipment might jeopardize health workers responding to the outbreak of the new virus in China. Dr Michael Ryan, the UN agency’s emergencies chief, said Friday that WHO was most concerned about the surge in demand for specialist masks that health ...

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 Local journalists are burnishing their skills in a digital media. A select few are undergoing training backed by the British high commission in creating multimedia content for an audience on mobile devices. Facilitators say the capacity-building project is designed to improve the digital skills of journalists in the eastern Caribbean. The training also seeks to …
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Press Release:–  Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet in a Conference Call with the Leadership of the National Workers Union (NWU)  Wednesday December 18, 2019 gave full assurance that the authoritative machinery within Government has been fully executed.  This means that workers employed with St. Jude Hospital will receive their eight hundred dollars ($800.00) before Christmas […]

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