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Mugabe’s $1 billion university criticised

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Reuters:-Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped government plans to build a $1 billion university named after 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, the higher education minister said on Wednesday, a move that was quickly criticised...

Three Secondary Schools To Remain Closed Monday

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Press Release:- The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development regrets to inform parents and guardians of students attending the Bocage, Entrepot and Sir Ira Simmons Secondary...

Parents Protest And Teachers Abandon Classes At Entrepot Secondary

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Parents staged a protest at the Entrepot Secondary School Thursday morning and teachers at the institution abandoned classes in the latest development over mold infestation at the learning institution. "The...
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Local Music Fraternity Welcome Business of Music Certification Course

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PRESS RELEASE:-High turnout and commendations on the initiative expressed by local practitioners   Castries, Saint Lucia July 28, 2017 – The who’s who of popular music in Saint Lucia turned out for the...
Participants and officials at a previous Science Summer Camp

Science & Technology Takes Front Stage Again This Summer

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PRESS RELEASE:-The Department of Sustainable Development, through the Renewable Energy Division, is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the Third Biennial National Science and Technology Summer Camp...

Government Working Hard To Get More Scholarships For Saint Lucians

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says the Ministry of Education along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have worked hard over the past two years to secure even more scholarship...
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Government Reintroduces Tuition Refund Programme

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Press Release:- The Government of Saint Lucia and the Department of the Public Service is inviting applications from eligible public officers for inclusion under the Tuition Refund Programme for the...

Students face prosecution over viral video beating

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A group of secondary school students in Barbados are facing criminal prosecution after a video went viral showing the brutal beating of a young girl. The viral video caused outrage...

Entrepot Secondary Students To Be Released Early

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Press Release:- The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development wishes to inform Parents and Guardians of students of the Entrepot Secondary School that students will be dismissed...

Concerned Parents, Teachers ‘Shut Out’ From Ministry Of Education

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Concerned parents and teachers were 'shut out' from the Ministry of Education where they had marched to voice concern over security at the Ave Maria Infant School, the Vice...