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bulletDECEMBER 2000
Foreign Minister Emphasizes Right to Development
Time for Critical Reflection ... at Principals' Conference
Fond d'Or Hosts Folk Festival
St. Lucia to Host Next CDB Board of Governors Meeting
Prime Minister says Chamber Meeting Productive
HUDC Embarks on Two New Developments
NEMO/BABONNEAU Launch Disaster Preparedness Committee
"Kweyol" Training Opens to Saint Lucians
"Sesenne" Receives Her Rightful Honour
bulletNOVEMBER 2000
Poverty Reduction Fund in Dialogue with Stakeholders
HUDC Takes on Land Developments at La Toc & Beausejour
Home Affairs Minister Speaks on Shooting Death of Alfred Harding
Aids Action Foundation Launched in Saint Lucia
CARICOM Countries Assess the Progress of Fisheries in the Region
New Day Care Centre in Cul de Sac Officially Opened
Cabinet to Review Health Sector Reform Proposals and LUCELEC Report
Cabinet to Hold Special Session on Lucelec Reform Proposals
St Lucia PM Understands Delay, but wants Firm Date Set for Guyana Elections
Prime Minister Pleased with IMF Review
Residents of Castries N/W Invited to Meet with Parliamentary Rep.
Over 600 Jobs As Government Initiative Bears Fruit
New Public Facility for Dennery
House Approves $63.5 Million Loan for Major Capital Projects
New German Ambassador to Saint Lucia Committed to Forging Region to Region Contact
Veterans Week Saint Lucians Urged To Give Generously
A Call for a more Collaborate Approach to the Rise in Bread Prices
Commerce Minister Announces Gypsum Plan for Choiseul
Tourism Economic Impact Assessment for St. Lucia to be Reviewed
British Fund Training Programme for Caribbean Prison Managers
Anse-La-Raye Receives IICA’s Assistance
bulletOCTOBER 2000
Government Honours Three Outstanding Businessmen
4th Meeting of the Central Florida/Caribbean Committee Hosted in Saint Lucia
Caribbean Gets Ready for the Challenges of Climate Change
New Education Awards Scheme to be Launched Soon
World Bank & CDB Officials Satisfied with the Implementation of the BERP
Prime Minister Tells Farmers to "Hold Tight"
Prime Minister Condemns Brutal Attack on Couple
Human Resource Development Centre for Ti Rocher/Guesneau
OECS Records a World First in Telecommunications Regulation
St. Lucia To Host ECTEL Meeting
Heads of State Agree to Wider Public Access to Conferences
Fuel Prices Go Up Despite Government's Best Efforts
Help From Martinique in Containing African Snail
Minister Pierre Calls for Right Mindset from Local Manufacturers
St. Lucia To Venture Into Telemarketing Services
Housing Ministry Attempts Mail Order Survey
G.G. says Heads Conference is no Talk Shop
Sixth Conference of Heads of State of CARICOM Opens in St. Lucia
Interim Committee to Examine LUCELEC Report
Multi Million Dollar Regional HIV AIDS Plan to Start Soon
October Assizes Opens, Absentee Jurors Cautioned "Appear Or Else…"
House Approves Cultural Development Foundation Bill
bulletSEPTEMBER 2000
Project Implementation Workshop Ends Successfully
St. Lucia to Mark International Day for Older Persons October 1st 2000
Saint Lucia to Assess Impact of Climate Change on its Environment
Barbados and Saint Lucia Benefit from Tourism Programme
Sixth Conference of Heads of State Of CARICOM to be Held in St Lucia
Government has Major Plans for Castries Parking
FAO Drafted Into Fight Against Giant African Snail
St. Lucia Prepares for Telecommunications and Financial Services Conference
Launching of Robert Lee's 'Artefacts'
Undersized Lobsters Causing a Stir at Anse-La-Raye Fest
Standards Bureau Now Responsible for Weights and Measures
Black Mallet on the Way to Stability
New Law Term for E.C. Supreme Court Opens
Multi-Storey Car Park Opens Soon
LUCELEC Has 80 Year Licence Government Hands Tied
LUCELEC Report Due on October 5
Agriculture Minister Supports Moves Towards Organic Banana Production
Government Announces Major Concessions On Home-ownership
PM says “Education System Penalizes Innovation and Original Thinking!”
PM tells St. Lucian Students in Jamaica “No Plans to Cut Study Leave!”
Government Assures Reliable Supply of Cement
New Policy Framework to Enhance Tourism's Taxi Sub-sector
Public Awareness Campaign on Disability Issues Launches
La Caye Day Care Centre Opens
Sharpening Project Implementation and Management Skills
St. Lucia and OAS Discuss Organic Bananas
Banana Production in Cuba
Poverty Reduction Fund Assists Blind Welfare Association's Scrapbook Project
A Call for Greater Sympathy for Small Island Developing States as UN Millennium Summit Ends
Construction Phase of National Stadium is in the Hands of Chinese
Bananas, Roads, Water, Electricity, Telephones and Tobs Top concerns during Micoud South Tour
P.M. says Constituency Visits Producing Results
Carnival 2000 Judged a Success
St. Lucia Focus' on Multilateral Trade as Millennium Summit Opens at U.N.
Increasing Productivity
bulletAUGUST 2000
Stable Boyz Receive Aid from Julian's
Lobster Season Opens - September 1
Hurricance Workshop for St. Lucian Hoteliers
Vieux Fort Fisheries Complex in Full Use by January 2001
Industrial Policy for St. Lucia by end of September
SEDU to Bring Business Management Courses to Soufriere
Parrot Census Shows Rise in Population
New Broadcast Act in Draft
It's Official - August 1 is Emancipation Day
Call For Local Manufacturers Association
Bureau of Standards to Step-up Food Safety Procedures
CARIFESTA Honors St. Lucia's Lady of Folk
bulletJULY 2000
Crime Scene Management Workshop Opens Here
Hall of Justice for the South
Historical Carnival 2000 Closes - First Female Calypso Monarch Crowned
The Caribbean Sends Clear Signals About Money Laundering
A New Human Resource Development Centre for Saltibus
Locals Trained for Global Competition on the Agricultural Market
NIS Justifies Proposals for Sustaining its Insurance Fund
Primary Health Care a Must for the Health of a Nation
Law Enforcers and Financial Agents Receive Training on Anti Money Laundering Schemes
Law Enforcers and Financial Agents Receive Training on Anti Money Laundering Schemes
More Financial Assistance for Rural Development Project in Dennery
More Financial Assistance for Rural Development Project in Dennery
bulletJUNE 2000
Prime Minister Revisits Vieux Fort Comprehensive School
OAS Sponsor's 4-Day Regional Port Security Workshop
$10 Million Water Project for the North
Saint Lucia to become H.Q. for Caribbean Postal Union
St. Lucia Launches Climate Change Website
Sesenne Top's Queen's Birthday Honours List
A Palace for a Queen - Sesenne to Receive a New Home
Carnival  2000 on the Way
Thumbs-up for Youth Policy Process
bulletMAY 2000
Fashion Awareness Week 2000 Opens
No Pesticides Worry For Saint Lucia's Drinking Water
Cariman Limited Provides Assistance to Lennie Victims
Fostering Care and Appreciation in the Community
Consultation on Draft Consumer Protection Bill Underway
Jazz Ticket Sales Increase
St. Lucian Promotion Team Takes Germany by Storm
Goods Distribution Free Zone Opens Its Doors
Goods Distribution Free Zone Opens On Friday
Chassin to Receive Pipe Borne Water
Tourism Minister Calls for New and Sharper Marketing Techniques
Management Training Workshop Gets Underway at SLASPA
Local Designers to Stage their Creations for Fashion Awareness 2000
Prime Minister Leads Tour of Southern Industrial Estates
OECS Authority calls for Closer Focus on Cruise Tourism and Air Transportation
No Plans to Close St. Jude's Hospital
Three More New Schools for Castries and Vieux Fort
Government To Spend EC$17.3m on Education Projects
Focus on Families for International Families Day
Local Manufacturers to Benefit from Consumption Tax Re-tooling Allowance
Minister on Consumption Tax Re-Tooling Allowance
Public to be on Sensitized on Establishment of Caribbean Court of Appeal
Permanent Secretaries Dialogue with Public Service Minister
A Call To Save Humanity
OECS all set for Telecommunication Liberalisation
Major Storm Action Predicted for the 2000 Hurricane Season
Computer-Aided Small Business Management Workshop
Micoud Centenarian Honoured
Media to Assist in Regional Climate Change Sensitization Campaign
Government Seeks Support for Five-Year Education Plan
Jazz Fest goes to Soufriere
CPEC Implements Economic Development Project for the OECS
Youth Parliament  Approves National Youth Policy
Saint Lucia Likely to Receive Major Assistance for Education
St. Lucia to Appoint Honorary Consul to Cayenne
bulletAPRIL 2000
Youth Parliament takes Centre Stage in Youth Month
Princess says Mount Coubaril Estate is Best
Local Journalists Sensitized to Securities Market
Manufacturers Review Sector Study
French Support for National Ambulance Service
Preserving the Environment - Teachers Commended
Youth Chat with Cabinet
EC Express Lands in St. Lucia
Gov't Tells C&W "No More Token Reductions!"
bulletFEBRUARY 2000
Independence Day Awards 2000
Damage Assessment Report on Eve of Independence Day Rains
Crack Down Campaign on Delinquent Bus Operators Begins
Second Phase of Extension Strengthening Project Gets Underway
Four-Day Teacher Tourism Workshop Opens
Moreau Farm Irrigation Up and Running Again
Tenders Out for Infrastructural Works at Relocation Site
EC$2.7 Million for Police Development Project
NIS Provides Free Health Care for Its 21st Birthday
Anti Drug and Substance Abuse Strategy for St. Lucia
French Ambassador Presents Credentials
Regional Education Ministers Meet in Santo Domingo
New EU/ACP Agreement
Bouton Receives Electricity
Anse-La-Raye/Canaries to Get Urgent Attention
Millennium Highway Opens
Ste. Lisi Par Excellence Awards Growing Bigger
St. Lucia to Pilot OECS Education M.I.S.
Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence Coming
Law Reform - 2000 and Beyond
A New Vision for the Island's Cultural Landscape
Customs to Crack Down on Under Invoicing
bulletJANUARY 2000
Sir Arthur Students Urged to Strive for Knowledge and Excellence
CEDERA Calls on Member Countries to Improve Disaster Management
Government Gives Squatters Chance for Land Aquisition
LUCELEC to Stage Linesman Rodeo
Walcott Says Laureate Week Transcends Personalities
High Medical Costs & Isolation Concern Elderly
Lucians Reflect on Laureate Achievements
Lewis/Walcott Exhibition Opens
Vieux Fort Comprehensive Under Review
New Telephone Concessions for St. Lucia
Basic Education Reform Project to Analyse the Education System
Financial Services Sector Makes Its First Contribution to the Consolidated Fund
Police Force Helps in Reforming Youth
Land Slippage Victims Relocate to Carille
NYP Adds New Dimension to Consultation Process
National Consultation to be Held on Older Persons
New Day Care Centre for Cul-de-Sac
Health Centre Services at Gros Islet to Move Polyclinic
A Dream Come True for Millet Primary
Principals Meet for Training & Information in A.S.P. Workshop
Ministry of Health Undertakes "Care of the Elderly"
PM Begins Visits to Industrial Estates
Caribbean Statisticians Focus on Population and Housing
Major Drainage Exercise for Land Slippage Areas
2nd Edition of "PORTRAIT" Out
Training Needs Analysis Program Gets Underway
Tourism Vendors Prepare for Association
Fon Dor Nature Researve & Historical Site - Coming Soon!
New CET Regime for Saint Lucia
Work on Independence 2000 Site on Schedule
Cable & Wireless to Assist Soufriere Residents
Nobel Laureate Week 2000
Public Squatting to be Addressed
Banana Farmers to Benefit from Social Recovery Programme
Senior Civil Servants to Undergo Analysis Training
Saint Lucians Honour their Laureates
UNESCO Holds ASPnet "Peace" Workshop
New Day Care Centre for La Caye Dennery
Government Looks to Honour Former Heads
LUCELEC Operations to be Reviewed
Better Domestic Telephone Rates Coming Soon
St. Lucia Donates Medical Supplies to Venezuela
New Education Act Now Law
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