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Students’ Council wants top priority for safety

The National Students’ Council  (NSC) has issued a strong warning to the Government of the day to place student safety at the top of the priority list for the...
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Keyshawn Alphonse to Represent St. Lucia at Courts OECS Schools Reading Competition

Local Furniture and Electrical superstore Courts will be hosting the eighth annual Schools Reading competition on Wednesday November 16th 2106 in St. Kitts and Nevis. The company hosted the National...
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Engaging the Region’s Tertiary Education Sector to Spur Development

The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica. 10 November 2016 - The University of the West Indies (The UWI) recently hosted tertiary education partners and international donors for consultations on restructuring...
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Break in at District 2 Education Office

The District 2 Education Office in Sans Souci has been broken into. Staff at the office discovered the break in upon arrival for work this morning, according to reports. The intruders...
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Government Reassures Choiseul Secondary Students

Press Release:-The Government of Saint Lucia has given assurances that efforts to address the deplorable conditions at the Choiseul Secondary School are being fast tracked. Minister for Economic Development, Housing,...

King: Availability of resources affecting schools

Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour, Stephenson King has said that the situation facing schools on the Island is the result of the availability of resources. His comments follow...
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Choiseul Secondary School students protest

Choiseul Secondary School students are protesting conditions at the institution today. According to information reaching the Times, the protest involved  Form Five students housed in a block that was affected...

MORE CHILDREN OF LUCELEC EMPLOYEES BENEFIT FROM SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

Press Release:-Castries, November 2, 2016 – The St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) Scholarship Programme boasts twenty-six (26) members. Of those, four new students and one bursary recipient were...

Driving Instructors bring road safety to schools

The National Association of Driving Schools has begun a programme of road safety instruction in schools. The Public Relations Officer of the Association, Kingson Jean, told the Times that the...
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St. Joseph’s Convent Students Get Career Guidance from Flow Team

Over the years Flow has given many young St. Lucians the opportunity to benefit from real-life work experience and become part of the Flow Family through fulltime employment and...