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Restoring the Dennery Offshore Island to its Former Glory

Castries, Saint Lucia, September 8, 2015 – The Dennery Offshore Island Restoration Project is progressing smoothly with several notable achievements to date. Dennery Island has suffered extensive deterioration due primarily to human activity and its natural aesthetics and rich biodiversity are now all but fond memories. Employees of the Forest and Lands Resources Department of the Ministry of Sustainable Development, ...

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Child hit by vehicle at Bexon

A child was hit by a vehicle thia afternoon at about 4:PM while apparently attempting to cross the Bexon road, according to an eyewitness report. The eyewitness, who was passing the scene in a minibus, told the Times that the boy’s tiny body was lying on the road bleeding from the head, while someone was administering CPR. According to reports, ...

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Child hit by vehicle at Bexon

A child was hit by a vehicle thia afternoon at about 4:PM while apparently attempting to cross the Bexon road, according to an eyewitness report. The eyewitness, who was passing the scene in a minibus, told the Times that the boy’s tiny body was lying on the road bleeding from the head, while someone was administering CPR. According to reports, ...

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Protest march against violent crime slated for October 8

The National Council of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM) has decided on an October 8, 2015 date for the party’s planned protest march against violent crime, youth unemployment and the physical state of courthouses on the Island. The date for the march was decided at a meeting on Sunday. LPM leader, Therold Prudent, told the Times that an official request ...

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Protest march against violent crime slated for October 8

The National Council of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM) has decided on an October 8, 2015 date for the party’s planned protest march against violent crime, youth unemployment and the physical state of courthouses on the Island. The date for the march was decided at a meeting on Sunday. LPM leader, Therold Prudent, told the Times that an official request ...

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MMR Coverage Survey to improve immunization levels on island‏

On Monday 7th September the Ministry of Health commenced a 3 day Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) coverage survey training, the results of which will determine to MMR coverage particularly for the second dose of the MMR vaccine.  Immunization Manager at the Ministry of Health, Julietta Frederick-Cassius said “This survey is actually going to help us to determine what our ...

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MMR Coverage Survey to improve immunization levels on island‏

On Monday 7th September the Ministry of Health commenced a 3 day Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) coverage survey training, the results of which will determine to MMR coverage particularly for the second dose of the MMR vaccine.  Immunization Manager at the Ministry of Health, Julietta Frederick-Cassius said “This survey is actually going to help us to determine what our ...

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UWP congratulates PNM

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia –Tuesday, September 8, 2015–The United Workers Party (UWP) congratulates Dr. Keith Rowley and the People’s National Movement on their victory at the Trinidad and Tobago general elections held on Monday 7th September, 2015. The people of Trinidad and Tobago have entrusted the affairs of their country to Dr. Rowley and his team and we wish them success ...

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UWP congratulates PNM

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia –Tuesday, September 8, 2015–The United Workers Party (UWP) congratulates Dr. Keith Rowley and the People’s National Movement on their victory at the Trinidad and Tobago general elections held on Monday 7th September, 2015. The people of Trinidad and Tobago have entrusted the affairs of their country to Dr. Rowley and his team and we wish them success ...

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United States continues to support Dominica

As Dominicans work to regain a sense of normalcy following Tropical Storm Erika, the Embassy of the United States of America has released an additional USD$100,000 to expand its disaster-relief support to the island. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through its Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), is providing the additional USD$100,000 in funding to augment an ...

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