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  • Zika-Priority on pregnant women

    01 July 2016
    Surveillance of the Zika virus disease has been intensified particularly in the case of pregnant women.   According to reports from the Health and Wellness Ministry, scientific evidence has shown that not everyone infected with Zika exhibits signs and symptoms.   Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Michelle Francois says, pregnant women are very high on the priority list because of cases of Guillain Barre Syndrome and Microchephaly.   The Acting Chief Medical Officer noted that unlike Chikengunya, that causes severe pain, people infected with Zika do exhibit similar sympto...
  • Zika-Priority on pregnant women

    01 July 2016
    Surveillance of the Zika virus disease has been intensified particularly in the case of pregnant women.   According to reports from the Health and Wellness Ministry, scientific evidence has shown that not everyone infected with Zika exhibits signs and symptoms.   Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Michelle Francois says, pregnant women are very high on the priority list because of cases of Guillain Barre Syndrome and Microchephaly.   The Acting Chief Medical Officer noted that unlike Chikengunya, that causes severe pain, people infected with Zika do exhibit similar sympto...
  • Ciceron wins schools cookkout

    01 July 2016
    Two young women have emerged victorious in this year’s installment of the  ‘Chefs in Schools’  Cook Off Competition.   Hosted by the SLHTA, the event sought to highlight the skills of Food And Nutrition students within forms 3-5 passionate about cooking and desirous of a career in Culinary Arts. Megan Felicien & Michaela Poleon of Ciceron Secondary School are the new champions of the event.  Jenneh Abel and Alvina Brown of Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School came in 2nd, while Raynesia Charles and Shane Garacksingh of Corinth Secondary School rounded off the t...
  • Bananas after 'Brexit'

    30 June 2016
    The Chief Executive Officer of Winfresh, Barnard Cornibert, is doubtful whether Britain’s exit from the European Union will restore the preferential and guaranteed market for St Lucia bananas.   Winfresh is the marketing company for bananas and other produce from the windward Islands.   There’s a theory that Brexit will free Britain from the European Union trading rules and open the way for the country to trade with former colonies as it did in the hayday of the banana industry.   But Mr Cornibert says the world has changed since and international trade has to conform to...
  • Call for ganja jail freeze

    30 June 2016
    Chairman of the steering committee for the Cannabis Movement of Saint Lucia, Andre ‘Pancho” Decaires is calling for a halt in incarceration for Marijuana possession.  A moratorium on jailing persons for possession of marijuana is being proposed by Mr. Decaires, as part of a multitude of suggestions on the way forward for the Cannabis Movement. Mr. Decaires notes that application of the suggested action would reduce an unnecessary strain on the justice system.   
  • ECCO invited to music business seminar

    30 June 2016
    An invitation has been extended to the St. Lucia-based Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) to participate in a music business seminar currently being streamed online from Barbados.   The Seminar, which started Wednesday, June 29th, runs until  Friday, July 1st, at the Courtyward Marriot Hotel.    It forms part of the Association of Caribbean Copyright Societies (ACCS) Business of Music Seminar Series - financed with support from the Caribbean Development Bank. It’s being conducted in partnership with the ACCS and Barbados-based Copyright Society ...