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  • Minister for Sustainable Development gives report on crucial UN climate change talks

    18 December 2014
    Saint Lucia’s Minister for Sustainable Development has returned home from the just ended UN climate talks in Peru. Dr. James Fletcher urged the international community to scale up donations to the Green Climate Fund which is intended to help Small Island developing states (SIDS) build resilience to climate change. The International Community has promised to invest 100 billion dollars in SIDS by 2020 but according to Dr. Fletcher this figure can’t be achieved unless donations are increased. He has also called for these climate change finances to be made more accessible to SIDS. The negoti...
  • Saint Lucia welcomes the restoration of diplomatic ties between Cuba and America

    18 December 2014
    Saint Lucians and Cubans resident here are waking up to the good news about a possible warming of the frosty relations between Cuba and the United States. But while everyone sounds happy about the new development, Cuban President Raul Castro says the measures announced, while welcome, just don’t go far enough. The local Cuba St. Lucia Humanistic Solidarity Association agrees. The Association’s President – Rawle Harvey says that for US-Cuba relations to be fully normalized, the US will also have to lift the crippling blockade it’s maintained on Cuba for 52 years. Meanwhile, Cuban Ambassad...
  • Government moves to ensure greater confidentiality of health information

    17 December 2014
    Government is looking to pass legislation that will ensure greater confidentiality of citizen’s health information. There have been instances in the past where Saint Lucians allege that their health information was divulged to the public by medical workers. Health Minister Alvina Reynolds says it is important for Saint Lucians to be assured that their health information is confidential at all times. She adds that government is also looking to tighten penalties for health workers who violate the oath of confidentiality.
  • Traffic safety measures near Rodney Bay Marina

    17 December 2014
    A number of traffic safety measures have been put in place near the Rodney Bay marina. These according to officials were needed given the increased number of pedestrians who traverse the area. The Ministry of Infrastructure collaborated with the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association to embark on the traffic safety initiative. It included the construction of pedestrian sidewalks as well as the establishment of Pelican crossings. The SLHTA was the driving force behind the initiative. SLHTA executive vice president Noorani Azeez says the traffic safety measures were even more critical...
  • Mary Isaac appointed opposition senator

    17 December 2014
    She has been a thorn in the side of the government, refusing to budge in negotiations when all other unions have compromised. Now the Civil Service Association President Mary Isaac has been appointed a senator for the opposition United Workers Party. The announcement was made yesterday by the Parliamentary leader of the opposition – Gale Rigobert. Isaac replaces Lennard Montoute who abruptly announced his resignation from the senate this week, saying he was making space for a party colleague to gain parliamentary experience. The announcement came as a surprise to most, with many earlier ...
  • ARC participants embark on recycling exercise

    16 December 2014
    Organizers of the Atlantic rally for cruisers are playing their part to protect the local environment. They have established waste recycling measures to control the disposal of plastics and other recyclable materials. All of the 177 vessels involved in the 2014 Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) have been asked separate their waste and to deposit their recyclable trash. Managing Director of World Cruising Club - Andrew Bishop says containers have been stationed at two points within the IGY Rodney Bay Marina to facilitate the initiative. World Cruising club is collaborating with the enviro...

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