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STAR Trivia

How much do you keep up with the news? For the past four weeks we’ve been testing the memories of our readers with the STAR’s first ever trivia challenge, to which we’ve received loads of responses. Thank you to everyone … Continue reading

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UNICOMER SAINT LUCIA LIMITED TRADING AS COURTS ST LUCIA CELEBRATE “VOLUNTEER WEEK OF ACTIVITIES 2017”

Local furniture and electrical superstore Courts St Lucia on March 6th -11th hosted the company’s second annual “Volunteer Week of Activities” in an effort to bring value to the communities where they operate. Parent company of Courts, Unicomer Group, launched … Continue reading

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EUR 24 M in support to the Caribbean’s Private Sector from the European Union

The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) and the European Union (EU) have signed the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) agreement worth EUR 24 Million to support regional private sector development. At the 11th EDF launch and signing ceremony, held … Continue reading

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CTO LAUNCHES DIGITAL TOURISM EDUCATION LEARNING SERIES FOR CARIBBEAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

The teaching of tourism education in Caribbean primary school just got easier with the launch this week of creative teaching tools by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). The region’s tourism development agency has introduced its first ever tourism education for … Continue reading

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Massive Explosion in Cul De Sac

About 5:30 p.m. this afternoon residents in Cul de Sac and surrounding areas report hearing and feeling an explosion so powerful that it shook their homes. The blast was reportedly felt in areas including Bexon, Rockhall, Entrepot, Ti Rocher, Marigot, … Continue reading

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DREAMING OF A BETTER SAINT LUCIA – WITH A HELPING HAND FROM SANDALS FOUNDATION

  Ange Fontinelle wants to make Saint Lucia a better place to live. The 17-year old student of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College is studying hard to become an Environmental Economist; a job he laughingly admits is not one … Continue reading

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CARIBBEAN TOURISM OFFICIALS UNDERTAKE HIGH-LEVEL MISSION TO BRUSSELS IN A BID TO STRENGTHEN RELATIONS WITH EUROPEAN PARTNERS

With the United Kingdom scheduled to officially advise the European Union next Wednesday of its intention to leave the EU, triggering two years of Brexit negotiations, Caribbean tourism officials recently undertook a mission to the European capital, Brussels, for a … Continue reading

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STAR 30th Anniversary Essay Competition

The STAR Publishing Company will be celebrating thirty years of operation in May of 2017. Many activities have been organized to commemorate our milestone including our 30th Anniversary Essay Competition which invites Saint Lucia’s students to celebrate with us through … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day Panel Discussion

The Folk Research Centre is commemorating International Women’s Day with a Panel discussion on the topic “I am woman: The Challenges of Women in Today’s Social and Cultural Setting”. The Panel Discussion is slated for Saturday March 18th at 3:00pm … Continue reading

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Workshop series to tackle Violence against Women

The NGO Caribbean Development Foundation will soon host a series of workshops in the Eastern Caribbean which members believe is one of the long-term solutions to ending violence against women in the region. The workshops will target NGOs and other … Continue reading

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