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Beryl continues to strengthen

Hurricane Beryl continues to strengthen and is expected to still be a hurricane when it reaches the Lesser Antilles late Sunday or early Monday, the Saint Lucia Meteorological Services...
SRDF Announces Slight Modification in Operations at the Sulphur Springs Park

SRDF Announces Slight Modification in Operations at the Sulphur Springs Park

PRESS RELEASE: Soufriere, St Lucia – For the past few months, the Sulphur Springs Park has been on the receiving end of vandalism and theft.  In an effort to...

Beryl becomes Category One storm

The first Atlantic hurricane for 2018, Beryl, has become a category one storm, which is expected to quickly weaken by late Saturday, according to meteorological forecasts. The Saint Lucia Meteorological...

Tropical Storm Beryl forms, expected to weaken before hitting Caribbean

USA Today:-  A tropical depression strengthened into Tropical Storm Beryl on Thursday afternoon, theNational Hurricane Centre said. As of 2:30 p.m. ET Thursday, Beryl had winds of 40 mph and was moving...

Met Office monitoring system closely

The Saint Lucia Meteorological Services has said that  it is closely monitoring an approaching system. But the department has asserted that there is no cause for alarm. Director, Vanantius Descartes, disclosed...

Bruno Project concerned that people may poison ‘beach dogs’

The Bruno Project, which has been taking care of stray dogs on Vigie beach, has expressed doubts over reports that the animals were responsible for the death of two...

Good Samaritans rescue turtle at Choc cemetery

A team of Good Samaritans came to the rescue of a turtle in distress recently, after the creature fell into an open tomb at Choc Cemetery, the Department of...

Barbados beach party cancelled over turtle concerns

Barbados Nation:-  One of Crop Over’s private free fetes, Soca On The Beach cooler-beach party, that would have seen possibly hundreds of party-goers descend on and trample the island’s prime...

Stray dogs blamed for death of turtles on Vigie beach

The Department of Fisheries has expressed grave concern about the discovery of two dead turtles this week on Vigie beach. The turtles are believed to have been mauled by stray...
Mr. R Jackson facilitating group discussion at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation side event

CDEMA’s Participation in the 6th Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction 2018, Cartagena, Columbia

PRESS RELEASE: Barbados, June 28, 2018 (CDEMA) – The Sixth (6th) Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction was held in Cartagena, Colombia from the 20th-22nd June 2018 and brought together representatives from...