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NWU Holds Industrial Forum

The National Workers Union (NWU) is continuing its education drive for members. On Thursday July 20th, the union held a one-day industrial forum for 38 members, representing 36 of its branches. Union representatives say the goal is to educate members on various aspects of trade unionism.

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Beach Rugby Tournament

Vigie Beach was alive with excitement on 16 July 2017, as the Saint Lucia Rugby Football Union hosted the 2017 carnival beach rugby, an annual signature event for the union. Six male teams which included Vikings – a team representing saint Vincent Rugby Football Union, and united through sport, a …

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Carnival Wrap Up 2017

The 2017 carnival season culminated over the long weekend, with the traditional two-day national parade of the bands in the capital on Monday and Tuesday. The weekend was packed with activities, including the Panorama, Calypso, Power and Groovy Soca Monarch competitions ahead of a national Jouvert jump up. On Wednesday …

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Ballet Instructor Gives Back

Saint Lucian us based ballet instructor Weslyn Stephens wants to give back to her land of birth. This summer, Stephens will teach young dancers ballet as well as help them find lucrative careers in the field.

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Platinum Takes Vieux Fort League 2017

Platinum fc are the champions of the Obie Sadoo Vieux Fort south football league after a victory over uptown on Penalities. Platinum held their nerve to eke out a win after the two teams were deadlocked at the end of regulation at 1 all. Kent Edgar and Noah Nicholas were …

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Fond St. Jacques Gears Up For Queen Pageant

Saint Lucia is the throes of the 2017 carnival celebration with the spirit of revelry flourishing in communities throughout the island. The fond St. Jacques development committee, is gearing up for another spectacular carnival season, with the hosting of the community’s long-awaited pageant.

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ECCO Manager Weighs-In On BPM Controversy

The general management of the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for music rights (ECCO), Steve Etienne believes the recent beats per minute row surrounding the Groovy Soca finals is Over-blown.

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Transforming At-Risk Youth Through Music

The sound waves transforming youth at risk through music program was declared open this week. It’s the youth at-risk sub-project of the BNTF 7 & 8 program and trains musicians to become well-rounded men and women.

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