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Price of gasoline increases, others fall

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PRESS RELEASE – The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail prices of gasoline (unleaded), diesel, LPG 20, 22, and 100 lb cylinders have been changed. These price changes take effect from Monday, May 01, 2017: GASOLINE – from $2.49 to ...

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WASCO northern water schedule for Friday, April 28, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The level of Reservoir at JohnCompton Dam has been recorded at 333.0 feettoday, April 28th, 2017. This represents 0.2 feet increase in level from ourprevious recorded level yesterday, April 27th, 2017. The level on this date last year, April 28th, 2016 was 330.9 feet. Daily Water Schedule: The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of ...

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WASCO southern water schedule for Friday, April 28, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedules for communities in the Southern part of the island, for today Friday, 28thApril 2017; 1.CANARIES SYSTEM Main Canaries Primary System: In operation Ansela Verdue: In operation 2.SOUFRIERE SYSTEM Ruby:In operation (River source in operation; springsource in operation) FondSt. Jacques 1: In operation FondSt. Jacques ...

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Hillaire rips budget, says PM fails as St. Lucia’s CEO

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An animated Ernest Hillaire chided the Government for what he described as a failed series of estimates in the current budget as the budget debates get underway in Parliament. The Castries South MP referred to the PM as a failed CEO due to the reductions in surplus projected for the financial year 2017-2018. “So you move from $81 million in 2015-2016, surplus, ...

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Budget debate begins in Parliament

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GIS – The Debate on the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the 2017 fiscal year began on April 26 at 2 p.m. The Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public Service, Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet, began proceedings by providing an overview of the improvements in revenue versus expenditure. “There was a marked improvement ...

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection hosts border security professional exchange

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PRESS RELEASE – United States Customs and Border Protection hosted a Border Security Professional Exchange with CARICOM Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) member states and regional partners focused on issues of mutual concern related to border management throughout the Caribbean. The three-day exchange was funded by the United States Department of State under the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative. The exchange ...

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CARIBBEAN: US prepares to request extradition of hundreds of suspected lottery scammers in Jamaica

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JAMAICA GLEANER: PROSECUTORS in several cities across the United States (US) are getting ready to unleash a wave of up to 500 extradition requests for Jamaicans they believe are involved in the deadly lottery scam. Joshua Polacheck, counsellor for public affairs at the United States Embassy in Kingston, revealed yesterday that “a few” requests for the extradition of alleged lottery ...

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St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce announces 2017 Dale Carnegie Program

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PRESS RELEASE – Dale Carnegie Training has been the difference between success and failure as far as many graduates of the program are concerned, especially in overcoming the trying economic conditions which we continue to face. Being able to focus on what is important, understanding their vision and being motivated to take action are some of the critical skills taught ...

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Concerned Citizens of St. Lucia deem Whistle Stop Tour a success

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PRESS RELEASE – The Concerned Citizens of Saint Lucia recently completed the Whistle Stop Tour in the Northern region of the country,  which took the motorcade of vehicles through a number of communities within the areas of Gros Islet, Babonneau, and Castries. The Whistle Stop Tour took the form of a citizens rally that passed through a planned route, and ...

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WASCO northern water schedule for Thursday, April 27, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 332.8 feet today, April 27th, 2017. This represents 3.5 feet increase in level from our previous recorded level yesterday, April 26th, 2017. The level on this date last year, April 27th,2016 was 331.0 feet. Daily Water Schedule: The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes ...

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Public invited to lecture by former CARICOM Ambassador to Haiti

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PRESS RELEASE – The Vaughan A. Lewis Institute for Research and Innovation was established in 2016 to be the driver for research and innovation and a catalyst for discussion and discourse on issues which impact on the social, political and economic development of the Saint Lucia and the wider region. In the last year much has changed in the international ...

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WASCO water schedule for Thursday, April 27, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedulesfor communities in the Southern part of the island, for today Thursday, 27thApril 2017; 1.CANARIES SYSTEM Main Canaries Primary System: In operation Anse la Verdue: In operation 2.SOUFRIERE SYSTEM Ruby: In operation (River source in operation; spring sourcein operation) Fond St. Jacques 1: In operation ...

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Humanistic Solidarity Association holds Fourth Biennial General Meeting

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PRESS RELEASE – The Humanistic Solidarity Association (Saint Lucia-Cuba) held its Fourth Biennial General Meeting at the Auberge Seraphine Hotel on Sunday 23rd April, where the main order of business was election of a new executive. The new President is long-time member Marlene Alexander, who replaces former president Rawle Harvey and is assisted by six other fellow members of the ...

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WASCO water schedule for Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recordedat 329.3 feettoday, April 26th, 2017. Thisrepresents 0.3 feet decrease in level from our previous recorded levelyesterday, April 25th, 2017. The level on this date last year, April 26th,2016 was 331.6 feet. The following areas were supplied yesterday; Fond Cannie, Girard Cacoa and Cacoa Lower Ti Chemin, ...

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21-year-old St. Lucian joins advisory board for global youth consultancy

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PRESS RELEASE – Keith Isaac, a former youth parliamentarian from the island, has been this week appointed as a prestigious member of the strategic advisory board of Adam Bradford Private Consulting Ltd. The organisation, based in London, UK, designs multinational campaigns and programs which improve the lives of young people. Most recently the organisation worked on a major behaviour change ...

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Civil Service Association Week of Activities set for April 30-May 6

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PRESS RELEASE – The St Lucia Civil Service Association will be hosting a Week of Activities from Sunday April 30th – May 6th. CSA week of activities is one of the main calendar items of the Association. The week seeks to bring members together through various social, formal and interactive forums. The theme for this year’s celebration is “The Role ...

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Organization of Eastern Caribbean States to host “Passport for French Higher Education” seminar

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PRESS RELEASE – Students of the OECS member States must find ways to continue their studies after CSEC and CAPE. The question now remains: Where do they go? Who has ever wondered how he/she would pay for their children’s education abroad? We all know that most options are expensive. However, few are aware that within the OECS itself, students have ...

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Progress in talks between Scotia Bank and NWU

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PRESS RELEASE – Preliminary discussions between the Management of the Bank of Nova Scotia and National Workers Union (NWU) progressed conclusively.   The talks were aimed at resolving mundane domestic issues prior to the commencement of industrial negotiations between the financial institution and the National Workers Union. Workers will be paid their Merit Increases across the board from May 12, 2017. ...

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WASCO water schedule for Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to advise of water schedules for communities in the Southern part of the island, for today Tuesday, 25th April 2017; 1.CANARIES SYSTEM Main Canaries Primary System: In operation Anse la Verdue: Inoperation 2.SOUFRIERE SYSTEM Ruby: In operation (River source in operation; spring source inoperation) Fond St. Jacques 1: In ...

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Water interruption at Fond St. Jacques system

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PRESS RELEASE – The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to inform its valued customers served by the Fond St. Jacques system that water supply to these areas will be temporarily interrupted due to a damaged 4 inch main. Following areas are affected: Etangs, Morne Bonin, Belle Plain, Bois Den, Belle Fond, Ladera, Hotel Chocolat, Stonefield Estate, Fond Deux ...

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Consulate General of St. Lucia in New York to host Immigration Forum

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PRESS RELEASE – In light of recent US actions regarding its immigration policies, which have raised concerns among many Saint Lucian nationals, the Consulate General of Saint Lucia in New York has organized an immigration forum to address this pressing issue. This event is slated for Wednesday, April 26, 2017, starting at 7 PM, at the Saint Lucia House, located ...

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Sensei Clery offers free workshop

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PRESS RELEASE – St.Lucia karate expert and the person who introduced Shito-Ryu karate to St.Lucia, Sensei Paul Clery, is offering a FREE self-Defense program at his Castries dojo For information call 720-7290. Email- pclery@hotmail.com. Sensei Clery hods a 4th degree black belt and is the official representative for the World United Karate Organization ( WUKO) ,Pan American United Karate Organization ...

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Puppet show to be held at the Pyramid

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PRESS RELEASE – Alliance Francaise continues the Month of April activities with a Puppet Show on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Pyramid, Point Seraphine. The show titled ‘Universe’ is a production of Cie Zig Zag supported by the Regional Cultural Affairs Office of Martinique (translation – Direction des Affaires Culturelles de la Martinique). The story is of a Great ...

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Capita Finance to sponsor Chamber QGM

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PRESS RELEASE – Capita Finance will be a sponsor of the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture April Quarterly General Meeting scheduled for the Fifth Floor of the Financial Centre Building Point Seraphine. The Meeting is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. and boasts a most interesting Agenda. The President of the Chamber, Mr. Martin Dorville will report on the ...

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International Girls in ICT Day

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PRESS RELEASE – International Girls in ICT Day is an initiative backed by all ITU Member States. It aims to create a global environment that empowers and encourages girls and young women to consider careers in the growing field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). International Girls in ICT Day is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in April every year ...

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Information on STAR 30th Anniversary Essay Competition

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PRESS RELEASE – Submission Deadline: Friday, May 5th 2017 Qualifying Criteria: Students should be between the ages of 13-17 years old and attending school in Saint Lucia. Only students who have correctly followed the guidelines for the essay competition will be considered for judging. Submission Criteria: Every participant must CHOOSE ONE TOPIC and is ONLY ALLOWED ONE SUBMISSION. All essays ...

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Featured writer for Laureate’s Chair is Jolien Harmsen

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PRESS RELEASE – Described as a power of a writer and keenly interested in local history, the featured writer for this month’s Laureate’s Chair is Dr. Jolien Harmsen. This public reading activity takes place on Tuesday April 25 at the Castries Central Library from 7pm. Jolien Harmsen is a Dutch social historian and author who has been studying St Lucian ...

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Message from CHTA head on Earth Day 2017

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PRESS RELEASE – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) welcomes the focus of Earth Day 2017 on Environmental and Climate Literacy, especially at a time when the very existence or impact of climate change is being challenged by some, if not outrightly denied and dismissed. The 1992 Earth Summit in Rio was “our last chance to save the Earth”. ...

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Villa St. Joseph to host Annual Fundraising Breakfast

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PRESS RELEASE – The Villa St. Joseph Home for the Elderly will be hosting its Annual Fundraising Breakfast on Sunday 30th April, 2017 on the grounds of the Gros Islet Parish Church from 7:00am. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased from the Gros Islet Parish Church Secretary or any Villa St. Joseph Board member. On sale will be bakes ...

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Women in Action condemns all forms of domestic violence

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PRESS RELEASE – Women In Action (WIA) wishes to state that our organization does not condone any form of violence against men or women. In light of recent incidents we reiterate that no man or woman should be abused despite the circumstances nor be held responsible for abuse. It is important for victims to admit to themselves that they are ...

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Authorities plan “immediate relief” to traffic congestion on Castries-Gros Islet Highway

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GIS – The Government of Saint Lucia has commenced consultation on the Castries-Gros Islet Highway Improvement Soft Solution Project. The first leg of the consultation was held on April 7, at the Ministry of Infrastructure, Port Services and Labour, with the main objective of developing a soft solution to bring immediate relief to the traffic congestion currently experienced on the ...

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‘Whistle stop’ motorcade set for April 23

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  PRESS RELEASE – The Concerned Citizens For St. Lucia is inviting all St. Lucians to let their voices be heard. St Lucia need all of us. This is not a political motorcade. It’s a motocade for all concerned St. Lucians. We have been asking the Prime Minister to listen to our concerns. He has not. On April 23rd, 2017, ...

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St Lucia’s stray dogs off to Canada, US for better life

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The Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society (SLAPS) this week announced that about 50 dogs have been sent to Canada since last year. According to SLAPS officials, homes are found for the dogs and puppies that are rescued before the animals are sent overseas to Canada. SLAPS President Pamela Devaux said local volunteers are working with a group of supporters in Toronto ...

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Easter worship high point of year at Trinity Lutheran Church

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PRESS RELEASE – Trinity Lutheran Church located in beautiful Bisee will be worshiping at 9:00 AM on Easter Sunday, April 16th. Following the worship will be fellowship and activities for the children. All are welcome to come and worship. “Easter is the biggest celebration in the Christian church year,” says Pastor Tom Spiegelberg. “I know that Christian churches argue over ...

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Celestial Self Development Centre celebrates Administrative Professionals Day

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PRESS RELEASE – Come and be empowered, learn new skills, adopt new mind sets and a clear vision! To commemorate the annual celebration of Administrative Professionals, Celestial Self Development Centre is once again hosting a one day seminar/luncheon on Wednesday 26th April, 2017 at Auberge Seraphine, Castries. Celestial Self Development Centre invites Saint Lucia Companies to celebrate the vital role ...

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Public consultation on Saint Lucia’s Geothermal Development Project

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PRESS RELEASE – The Government of Saint Lucia (GoSL), after recommencing the exploration of the island’s geothermal resource in recent years, remains committed to the pursuit of successful development of this resource. This is expected to assist the island in reaching a 35% renewable energy target by 2025 and 50% by 2030, based on a mix of geothermal, wind and ...

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St. Lucian author in #TheLettersProject

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PRESS RELEASE – A St. Lucian is amongst four (4) young, Caribbean authors who have combined their talents in what they’ve dubbed “#TheLettersProject.” The authors, hailing from St.Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago, all range in ages from 25-29. Chadia Mathurin, the lone St. Lucian in the bunch, made her debut as an author in 2015, with her non-fiction piece – ...

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PHOTOS: Dennery Council donation

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PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday, April 8 at 5 p.m. the Dennery Council with and for persons with disabilities donated a food hamper to a young mom in the community of Dennery who is unable to work due to some incident. (3)(0)

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Leo Club of Castries celebrates 33 years

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PRESS RELEASE – The Leo Club of Castries a program of the Lions Club of Castries today April 07, 2017 celebrates the 33rd Anniversary of their charter as a club.      The Club was chartered on April 7, 1984. April is also significant for the Leo Program, as Lions International has designated this month as Leo Awareness Month. Leo Club ...

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St. Lucia Crisis Centre to host workshops on parenting skills training

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PRESS RELEASE – The St. Lucia Crisis Centre is currently embarking on a series of Workshops geared to cater to the needs of children of the Ione Erlinger – Ford  After School  Care & Extended Support Programme. 30 children requiring assistance meet on a regular basis- Monday to Friday for support.  The Centre has been providing support with major challenges ...

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Latin America and Caribbean can improve infrastructure by spending efficiently – World Bank

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PRESS RELEASE – Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) can dramatically improve its infrastructure by better assessing priorities and improving spending efficiency, says a new World Bank report released today. Rethinking Infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean – Spending Better to Achieve More argues that although the region trails others in infrastructure investment, it should focus on spending better ...

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Youth Power Group celebrates five years changing lives

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PRESS RELEASE – The YPG or Youth Power Group; has been established in Saint Lucian for 5 years and has changed many youth’s lives. Youths ranging from the age of 14 to 22 years can be a part of the YPG. This Youth group is a non- profitable group and it is free of charge; you just need to have ...

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St. Lucia Association of Social Workers talks about depression

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PRESS RELEASE – Depression is a common mental disorder which affects persons of all ages, income levels and walks of life. According to the World Health Organization over 300 million people are now living with depression. Despite the high incidence of depression and its pervasive direct and indirect impact, it is not a disorder which is usually talked about. Given ...

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IGY Rodney Bay Marina donates to police stations

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PRESS RELEASE – Several police officers around the island will soon be able to work in more comfortable environments thanks to IGY Rodney Bay Marina. On Wednesday, 5th April, 2017 the General Manager of IGY Rodney Bay Marina, Sean Devaux, was pleased to have handed over a cheque for US$10,000 to the Make it Happen Foundation. Two founding members (Mrs. ...

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Equipment donation to DPP’s office by US Embassy is a vote of confidence – OPM

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PRESS RELEASE – The United States Embassy on Thursday April 6th 2017 announced the donation of office equipment worth EC$100,000 to Saint Lucia’s Crown Prosecutions Service. In attendance at the brief ceremony at the Department of Justice was Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet, Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Linda S. Taglialatela, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of ...

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Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency champions Caribbean School Safety Initiative

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PRESS RELEASE – At the recently concluded Caribbean Safe School Ministerial Forum held on April 3-4, 2017 in Antigua and Barbuda, the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) reiterated its commitment to championing the Caribbean School Safety initiative towards building a culture of safety within the education sector. “I am pleased to indicate that the Safe Schools initiative will be ...

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Second Self Help conference held in St. Lucia

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PRESS RELEASE – Saturday the 21st of January, hundreds of women came together to listen to words of encouragement and have a joyful day in the first Self-Help meeting of the year. Now, on the 8th of April at 3PM , hundreds of women will come together once again on our second Self Help meeting. Where they will be talking ...

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St. Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority welcomes new General Manager

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PRESS RELEASE – The Board of Directors of the Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority has appointed a new General Manager.   He is Mr. Justin Roosevelt Sealy, former Strategic Planning Manager attached to the Water and Sewage Company (WASCO) Inc. Mr. Sealy brings to the organization both management and technical experience from his former employment where he served as ...

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ICON Security Services Ltd and NWU conclude negotiations

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PRESS RELEASE – The Management of  ICON Security Services Ltd and the National Workers Union (NWU) have satisfactorily concluded industrial negotiations. Security Guards employed with the security service will now benefit from the new industrial package.  All workers will receive upward hourly adjustments on existing wages. The package will also provide a regime of fringe benefits and protective necessities. Based ...

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Disabled mother paints for autistic son

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April 2 is World Autism Day and it just fitting to share my story. I am Yolanda Paul and my son, Luther, is autistic. I lost function of my left hand, having suffered a stroke on my left side. It meant that I became right-handed almost over night. I am a Visual Arts teacher. My students are often fascinated by ...

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Office of the Mayor’s response to victimization claims

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PRESS RELEASE – On 24th March, 2017 Mr. Mac Stephen Aubertin, the Acting General Secretary of the Civil Service Association, provided HTS News Force with an interview during which he made a number of remarks regarding the Castries Constituency Council’s recent dismissal of two of its members. The Constituency Council is deeply concerned by Mr. Aubertin’s remarks and as such, ...

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Taiwan handing over the Aquaculture Project to St. Lucia

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PRESS RELEASE – The handing over ceremony of  Saint Lucia-Taiwan Aquaculture Project was held at Union Aquaculture Center on 24th March 2017.   Honourable Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, Honourable Eezchiel Joseph, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and Co-operatives, and Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan), H.E. Douglas Shen presided over the ceremony. Ambassador Shen noted in ...

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40 added to understaffed Saint Lucia Fire Service

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Impressive and entertaining. These words aptly describe the 23rd Recruit Graduation Ceremony of the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) which was held yesterday at the Phillip Marcellin grounds in Vieux-Fort. Forty recruits, which included 10 females, graduated at the glittering ceremony which was attended by a number of government officials including the Minister of Home Affairs, Hermangild Francis and Ag. ...

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Sitting of the House of Assembly set for next week

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PRESS RELEASE – A Sitting of the House of Assembly is scheduled for Tuesday, April 04, 2017 with Papers to be laid and Bills to be presented by the Honourable Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public Service, the Honourable Minister for Economic Development, Housing, Urban Renewal, Transport and Civil Aviation, the ...

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The 5 choices to extraordinary productivity

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PRESS RELEASE – Every day brings a crushing wave of demands: a barrage of texts, emails, interruptions, meetings, phone calls, tweets, and blogs—not to mention the high-pressure demands of our jobs—which can be overwhelming and exhausting. The sheer number of distractions can threaten your ability to think clearly, make good decisions, and accomplish what matters most, leaving you worn out ...

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Easter activities at Trinity Lutheran Church

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PRESS RELEASE – Trinity Lutheran Church located in beautiful Bisee has a variety of activities and worship opportunities for the Easter season.  There is something for everyone.   Trinity members and community partners will host a clean up day in the neighborhood on Saturday April 8thstarting at 9:00 AM.      Holy Week begins with palm waving on Sunday April  ...

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Courts St. Lucia partners with Rise UP for the first in a series of community outreach programs

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PRESS RELEASE – Furniture and Electrical superstore, Courts St Lucia has joined a movement that seeks to elevate and empower youth around the island through a series of well planned community outreach programs coordinated by the organizers of the upcoming “Rise Up” festival featuring an all- star cast of Reggae and Caribbean headliners performing in the scenic town of Soufriere, ...

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4 Real Women International comes to St. Lucia

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PRESS RELEASE – The Women’s ministries department of the St.Lucia Mission of Seventh Day Adventists invites ALL women of St. Lucia to its first ever Bi-lingual International Empowerment conference which will be facilitated by 4 Real women International Inc.  This conference themed ‘Women Transformed’ will be held at the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School on Saturday, April 8th from 9:00 am – ...

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Taiwanese Ambassador reassures Banana Industry stakeholders of continued support

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PRESS RELEASE – Third Stakeholder Project Completion and Evaluation Workshop of the Saint Lucia-Taiwan Black Sigatoka Management Project  was held at Orchid Centre, Union Propagation Station on 29th March 2017. At the ceremony, His Excellency Douglas Shen, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Saint Lucia reassured that his Government will continue its support for the recovery and revitalization ...

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UK based St. Lucian chef’s cookbook launch set for today

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PRESS RELEASE – St Lucian-born Denis Rosembert who grew up in the UK has packed the book with foolproof recipes, which can be created at home with a minimum amount of fuss. The book, ‘Taste Of The French Caribbean’ was inspired by customers at his restaurant, Chez Denis in Norwich and ties together the popular chef’s family recipes with unique ...

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Easter worship opportunities at Trinity Lutheran Church

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PRESS RELEASE – Trinity Lutheran Church located in beautiful Bisee will hold four Easter services this year. Holy Week begins with palm waving on Sunday March 29th for the 9:00 AM Palm Sunday Worship service. Thursday April 2nd will be the traditional Holy Thursday Worship service. Friday April 3rd will be a traditional Tenebrae Good Friday Service. Sunday April 5th ...

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