NCF seeks to improve national telethonHealth minister optimisitic NCD's will receive prominence at United NationsSLISBA leads trade and financial services showcaseSLASPA clears the air on airport development chargeNCF surpasses $200 000 forecastIn observation of the passing of former governor general Sir Stanislaus JamesHealth related organizations collaborate to observe No Tobacco dayCabinet appoints committee to oversee carnival 2011The region's people are its greatest asset says prime minister King at OECS meetingPublic servants advised to operate within legal parametersDepartment of fisheries issues strong warning against coral useCaribbean countries identify cultural approaches to HIV programmesSenior public servants receive tuition in administrative and constitutional lawOrchids can earn Saint Lucia 4 million dollars annually says Taiwanese ambassadorNational telethon hopes to raise $EC 200 000 to meet growing requests for assistanceChief justice speaks to impeccability of the Caribbean Court of JusticeSaint Lucia seeks greater business collaboration with French overseas territoriesSaint Lucia reviews climate change in the context of agriculture and tourismOECS brings media practioners to discuss rights of children when reportingBanana exports to the UK resume earlier than expectedSLASPA unveils virtual media roomNational standards for saint Lucia's beaches in the makingFrench Overseas Departments continue to lend assistance to Saint LuciaOffice of the prime minister initiates youth focussed programmeSwitzerland offers visa-free arrangement to government officialsRelations between Saint Lucia and Switzerland expected to strengthenJapanese volunteers observe 15 years in Saint LuciaFree movement is key to regional integration says new OECS Authority chairmanOPSR takes its savings and investment campaign to another levelOECS gives serious consideration to intra-regional travel mattersCDF hosts carnival queen show preliminaries on Saturday May 22CARICOM member state holds WHA vice presidencyTeam of two undertakes major promotion of Saint Lucia in JapanSchools in Soufriere benefit from Do Something Saint Lucia campaignPrime Minister King assumes chairmanship of OECS authorityCDF promises bigger and better Carnival 2011 as plans unfoldGovernor general calls for more employment opportunities for the blindGovernment committed to introuducing renewable energy projectsEye catching Serenity Park adds spark to city of CastriesDo Something Saint Lucia ecstatic about local responseBois d'orange and other bridges under constructionGovernment demonstrates continued support to agricultural sectorNurses key to achieving health equity says president of nurses' associationUNESCO targets unemployed youth for free skills trainingSt. Lucia recieves assistance from Quebec to strengthen consumer protection legislationGovernment announces revenue freeze to keep fuel prices stableCSA pays special tribute to former stalwart Theresa RomulusUNESCO grants opportunity to women in the field scienceActing police commissioner hails public support20th Saint Lucia Jazz ends on high noteSt Lucia gears up to launch prolonged road safety campaignNew female senator calls for establishment of national competitiveness and productivity councilLUCELEC gives NCF $30,000 jump start14 million dollar meat processing facility courtesy Taiwanese government nears completionGovernment congratulates Hon. Derek Walcott for winning inaugural literature awardPrime minister and touring party undertakes island-wide assessment missionPolice win inaugural protective services football fiestaLocal artistes get international exposure as St. Lucia Jazz moves into high gearBordelais Correctional Facility is self sufficient in vegetable productionSaint Lucian sets new CARIFTA record in swimmingNormal services restored at Soufriere HospitalHealth ministry announces assistance for persons with facial deformitiesApril 30 marks OAS Day-63 years in the hemisphere, 32 years in Saint LuciaTaiwanese agricultural product processing expert to provide technical assistance to St. Lucia
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