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Students benefit from Sandals programme

Press Release:- Three graduates from the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College who are part of the Sandals Resorts International Overseas Internship Programme in Saint Lucia have been making waves...

Barbados: Angry teachers to stage march

Barbados Today:-Having considered staging its own March of Disgust, the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) settled instead for a March of Respect at a yet to be decided date,...
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St. Lucia Writers Forum to officially release ‘Opus Spectrum’ on Tuesday

The official annual publication from the St. Lucia Writers Forum, entitled 'Opus Spectrum’, is set to be released to the public on Tuesday, March 21st at 7pm at the...
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CYEN invites students to participate in video/essay competitions to highlight importance of oceans

The Caribbean Youth Environment Network is a non-profit, civil society, charitable body that focuses its resources on empowering young people and their communities to develop programmes/actions to address socio-economic...

SALCC continues transformation

Press Release:-The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College continues its journey of transforming to a University College.  In this regard we are currently working on improving our organizational, technological and...
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Antigua: Judge wants after school supervision of youths

Antigua Observer:-High Court Judge, Keith Thom is calling on parents and those who have a vested interest in the nation’s youth to do something about unsupervised schoolgirls who are...

T&T: MP wants anti-bullying task force

Trinidad Express:-Princes Town MP Barry Padarath is calling on Government to set up a taskforce to establish anti-bullying policies and guidelines for schools. Padarath in a press release yesterday said...
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Anse Chastanet/Jade Mountain, Min of Agriculture & CATS Programme partner for Mushroom Cultivation Training

During the week of March 6th 2017, Nick Troubetzkoy’s Emerald Farm of Jade Mountain/Anse Chastanet hosted a training for farmers in Mushroom Cultivation. This initiative was birthed during discussions...
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OECS to improve childhood education

The Education Development Unit develops a framework that will meet the needs of children from birth to five. Sissera Simon, Education Program Coordinator of the OECS Education Development Management Unit,...
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Central Library hosts art exhibition

The event will showcase the work of local artists from March 6 - 10. In celebration of Saint Lucia's 38th Independence Anniversary, the Central Library will host a local art...