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Participants and officials at a previous Science Summer Camp

Science & Technology Takes Front Stage Again This Summer

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...

GINet Wi-Fi Zone To Be Launched In Vieux Fort

A GINet wi-fi zone will be launched Wednesday in Vieux Fort, the government of Saint Lucia has announced. The  initiative is a collaborative venture involving the Governments of Saint Lucia...

Welder Gets Face Transplant After Failed Suicide Attempt

Two years after shooting himself in a suicide attempt, Cameron Underwood has a face transplant. As reported by the BBC, he says he doesn't get as many "stares or questions...

Bill Gates Showcases Reinvented Toilet

BBC:-  Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates had his hands full on-stage in Beijing on Tuesday, showing a jar of human faeces. The stunt was part of his speech at...

Dubai police training on flying motorbikes

Sky News:-  Police in Dubai have begun training on hoverbikes in the hope that they can help first responder units reach areas that would otherwise be difficult to reach. The...
Ave Maria Primary students logging on for International Internet Day

Flow and Ave Maria Mark World Internet Day

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, Saint Lucia, November 3rd, 2017 – On Wednesday November 1st 2017, the leading girls primary school in Saint Lucia celebrated International Internet Day with the nation's and the Caribbean's...

Chinese Scientist Claims World’s First Gene-Edited Babies

CNN:-  The Chinese government has ordered an "immediate investigation" into the alleged delivery of the world's first genetically edited babies, as experts worldwide have voiced outrage at such use...

Venezuela says UN chief ‘went too far’ in Guyana border dispute

(AFP) — Venezuela on Wednesday said that UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres "went too far" by referring a century-old border dispute with Guyana to the International Court of Justice. Venezuela has...

Jamaica: Call to punish people who post tragic incidents on social media

Jamaica Observer:-  JEAN Davey, who lost her only son in a motor vehicle crash a year ago, is calling for legislation to penalise individuals who post graphic images of...
global warming earth with thermometer

Global temperature to rise next year but no new record: UK Met Office

(Reuters) - The global average temperature will rise again next year but is unlikely to set a new record due to the cooling effect from the La Nina weather...