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  • Health Officials dispel myths surrounding Chikungunya

    29 July 2014
    Health Officials have sought to dispel what they say are myths surrounding the vector –born disease Chikungunya. National Epidemiologist, Nahum Jn. Batiste noted that to date research has shown that Chikungunya is a mosquito transmitted illness despite suggestions that it is an air borne disease. He also dismissed claims of fatal cases of Chikungunya on the island. Though in most cases Chikungunya is not fatal, there are currently no antiviral medicines for treatment of the illness. It is characterized by fever and joint pain after the virus incubates in a person's system for as little a...
  • Kids Go Free to CPL for Zouks First Home Game

    29 July 2014
    The Government of St. Lucia has today delivered some fantastic news for young cricket fans in the country, after partneringwith the LimacolCaribbean Premier Leagueto give children under the age of 12 free access to the St. Lucia Zouks first home game against Barbados Tridents on Thursday, 31st July at Beausejour. The initiative will allow the next generation of cricketers to watch their heroes in action, with global superstars including Darren Sammy, Kieron Pollard,Roelof van der Merwe and Dwayne Smithall set to be on show. At 8pm on Thursday, the Zouks face a rematch against the in-form, ...
  • Police need help in identifying a victim of a suspected drowning

    29 July 2014
    The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying a victim of a suspected drowning. About 5:10 pm, on Saturday, July 26, 2014, the body of a male was observed floating on the waters at Ganters Bay, Vigie. The body was retrieved and transported to Victoria Hospital where he was pronounced dead. This individual has yet to be identified.  The RSLPF is appealing to anyone who can assist in the identification of this individual to contact the Criminal Investigations Department at telephone number 456 3770 or 456 3754.
  • Education Minister sets the record straight on Monchy Combined Examination results

    29 July 2014
    The Education Ministry has sought to set the record straight on the Monchy Combined School Common Entrance Examination results. After the release of the Common Entrance Examination results an online blog had alleged that a Monchy Combined School female student was robbed her rightful results. The writer also accuses ministry officials from the very top for complicity in the matter and of trying to cover it up. However, Education Officials dismissed such suggestions noting that the due process had been followed in the matter , where the error was corrected moving the students score to 9 % ...
  • North America Travel experts set for 2nd Saint Lucia showcase

    25 July 2014
      After a successful inaugural in 2013 excitement is again rife asUSAand Canadian based travel industry experts, wholesalers, representatives of destination marketing companies, together with senior hotel executives converge on Saint Luciafor a major travel industry conference.    The Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB)is again partnering with the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) and the Ministry of Tourism to stage here on ‘Simply Beautiful,’ Saint Lucia, the 2ndannual ‘Saint Lucia North American Showcase.’This year the SLTB is proud to announce an increase of ...
  • Prime Minister Hon. leaves island for Saint Vincent , packed weekend ahead

    25 July 2014
    Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony leaves the island today for Kingstown, St. Vincent, to attend a meeting of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. At that meeting, Prime Minister Anthony will also hand over the chairmanship of the ECCB Monetary Council to Hon. Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Prime Minister will also participate in a meeting of the OECS Authority, which will be held on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Matters for consideration and discussion include the application by the French Caribbean Overseas Regions to ...
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Guest_5389: Hey I'm not getting on to sheltons New show what's up with the live streaming
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Nkrumah: There should a video stream and the audio stream....
thebaconnation: my question is: what they believe in the illuminati? and do they think they're playing a part in our country
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tapon house"90: We are still shackled today. Emancipation was just a play of words. Watch Henry gates work on blacks in Brazil, Cuba, Mexico and Peru. Blacks were never emancipated.
tapon house"90: seriously Shelton, Personal emancipation? Myth bro. If the institutions of social change do not recognize your existence or always recognize you as others, how do you expect black people to ever feel liberated?
Nkrumah: I do not think persons need necessarily wait for institutions to change for people to begin to liberate themselves.
Nkrumah: However I do not think personal liberation is separate from the wider social context.
tapon house"90: but how can you have personal liberation when social liberation is damn near impossible
tapon house"90: watch henry gates jr documentaries on blacks in the new world, especially in central and latin america
tapon house"90: did not say damn because of anger but as a point of emphasis
Nkrumah: I have seen some of it. Not always impressed by him but this documentary seems to be useful.
tapon house"90: yep
Nkrumah: I disagree with this caller talking about it being about property rights
Nkrumah: Education here is mainly about economics...
tapon house"90: great points NK, yep property in noway comes in here
Nkrumah: I will not say not at all but there is way more than that
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ms: Shelton, when we stop looking to man for being emancipated and look to the Great Creator (God) who gave us this great novel (the bible) tells us from Genesis to Revelation, tells us where we came from and where we will be going. The greatest history book is the Bible.
ms: From the beginning man has failed us, and they will continue to fail us if we continue to look to them for answers. Man is of a depraved nature. Shelton we cannot live life depending on the arm of flesh. God sent His son Jesus to this sinful world, in the form of man to emancipate us and we have refused to accept Him and take Him at His word. God is listening to us and we sure making Him look as a joker. My people, emancipate yourselves from man and cling to Jesus.
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Guest_2724: i want to know what station to go on to listen the wind islands school games ??
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