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The NCF is hosting its mega fund raiser on Friday

St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) has donated $25,000 to the National Community Foundation (NCF) in support of its annual telethon. The 11th annual fundraising event will be held on Friday August 1, 2014. The Telethon is the single largest fundraiser held annually by the non-profit organization. This year the aim is to raise $250,000 in donatio

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St.Lucians are asked to prepare for a possible Tropical Storm

The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) is experiencing major difficulties meeting objectives because member countries are not paying up.The Antigua Observer newspaper  reported the agency’s Executive Director Ronald Jackson saying inadequate contributions by member states are causing a circular negative effect because without that money CDEMA cannot build internal mechanisms to qualify it for international financing. Read more...

Darren Sammy optimistic about the Zouks taking victory on home soil

Captain Darren Sammy is predicting a reversal of fortunes for the St.Lucia Zouks when they resume their campaign in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) in St.Lucia on Saturday. Zouks are currently winless after suffering a crushing defeat against Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday, their fourth successive loss in as many matches. Sammy says Brad Hodge’s withdrawal due to injury and Kevin Pietersen’s delayed arrival have been a major setback for the team.  Read more...

The government to source assistance in turning old tyres into energy

Tire-derived fuel (TDF) will bring in much needed revenue, and significantly extend the life of Saint Lucia’s landfills by reducing the volume of material. The Government of Saint Lucia in collaboration with the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Energy, Science and Technology is reviewing options to turn the island’s trash into fuel—particularly the used tires that have accumulated at the island’s landfills over the past eight years. Chairman of the Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority , and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Sylvester Clauzel, said that the ministry is currently deliberating with a UK-based organization to craft a solution for transforming waste material into energy.  Read more...

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