A St. Lucian studying in Taiwan has come home to share his knowledge.
Daje Alfred a resident of Micoud is pursuing studies in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. He says part of his degree involves studying computer programing and robotics. He is here on vacation but would like to volunteer his time to teaching youth from his community about robotics and computer programing.
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A proposal by the Soufriere Regional Development for a hike in the price of Sulphur Springs Tours could deal a major blow to the cruise sector.
The sentiments have been expressed by the President of Holiday adventures—a subsidiary of Holiday Taxi Lucien Joseph.
Staff at state owned Radio St Lucia continue to be in limbo about the future of the jobs as government drags its feet on any conclusive action for the media house.
A meeting held with staff and the Union representatives on Monday yielded no favourable update on the situation which CSA General Secretary Claude Paul has described as unacceptable.
A man who was charged with preparation for the commission of a crime on Thursday is expected to have additional charges laid against him later today.
Police sources have revealed that Francis Laleen could face an additional charge of theft.
What you just heard is the sound of a robot built by three science intellects who are only seventeen years old.
The three science students make up Team St. Lucia and will represent the island at the First Global Robotics Challenge to be held in Washington DC from July 16th to 18th.
The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations has informed the public of the commencement of the Annual Book Bursary Programme for 2017 catering to Infant and Primary School students. The book distribution will run from July 10 to August 4, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily.
This year, the distribution and collection of books will be done per District at the District Offices with the exception of Districts I and 3 which will be done at the Dame Pearlette Louisy Primary School for District I and for District 3 at the R.C. Boys’ Primary School.
A well known DJ and former Production Technician at Radio Caribbean International is seeking to clear the air on a public misconception stemming from an announcement of the finalists of the Power Soca Monarch finalists.
Eustacius Orlando Phillip, known in the music industry as DJ Hyper D, has distanced himself from any other musical work in circulation that bears the name 'Hyper D' which he says is no way linked to his brand.
The introduction of Trans Island Air could pave the way for competition in regional air travel.
This comes as the government welcomes the small airline which is now responsible for transporting the St Lucia delegation to the Caricom Heads of Government Meeting in Grenada.
The Top Common Entrance performer was presented with her prize today from Universal Cycle Centre.
Reah Barrett the student who topped the island on the Common Entrance exam was awarded her DMX bike valued at one thousand and two hundred dollars
A number of competitions were held this past weekend to determine the finalists of both the Groovy and Power Soca Monarch Competition and the National Calypso Monarch.
Both shows will be held during the main weekend of national activities, spanning July 14 to July 16. The National Calypso Monarch Competition is being held on Saturday July 15th from 8pm and will see the following finalists in what will be a keenly contested battle.
The resident office for the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has advised against public panic due to reports of counterfeit notes in circulation here.
The claims were reported to Radio Caribbean International this morning suggesting that fifty dollar counterfeit notes with the same serial number are being circulated.
Adjustments have been made to the cost of fuel at the local pump, in keeping with changes on the International market.
The prices have been calculated using the Market Pass-Through Mechanism which is done every three weeks.
It was not difficult to figure out who the favourites were when the semi finals of the Calypso Monarch competition opened at the national Cultural Centre on Sunday.
The observation comes from the Chairman on the Calypso Management committee Claude Paul who notes that the contenders gave an excellent account of themselves with strong performances.
The semi finals of the Power and Groovy Soca Monarch competition, is set to jumpstart the weekend with a free show at the Vigie Sports Complex this afternoon.
It is the first of a series of Carnival activities carded for the next three days.
Noted Cricket Commentator and Sports Administrator Joseph Reds Pereira returns to radio when RCI’s Sports Center begins on Sunday.
The weekend show is expected to feature several aspects of various sporting disciplines prominently, in a fresh and exciting format. It will look at trending events as they happen, historical work and will keep associations on their toes.
One of two inmates armed with prison made weapons at the Bordelais Correctional Facility has been shot by prison guards during an altercation with another individual.
According to Communications Officer at the prison, Kerwin Albert officials were forced to fire a live round at the inmate who had attempted to attack officials.
Saturated conditions at the Cultural Centre grounds have forced organizers of the Power and groovy soca preliminaries explore alternative venues for the weekend show.
According to the Chairman on the Calypso management Committee Claude Paul, the Vigie Sports Complex car park has been earmarked for the event which takes place on Friday this week. It is being held free of charge to the public.
The Ministry of Health teamed up with local groups for an Anti-Substance Abuse March in the Bexon community.
It will take place on Saturday, 24th May, when the Substance Abuse Secretariat, Pathfinders Club and 7th Day Adventist Church came together to march against substance abuse in their community. The activity observed the theme "Tobacco – a threat to development" in keeping with this year’s commemoration of World No Tobacco Day on 31st May.
A Morne du Don man identified as Lester Daniel has been charged with murder in connection with the discovery of a body at Caye Mange last week.
The 39 year old was held by the police shortly after the body of 27 year old Ike Ephraim was found in a drain at Caye Mange.
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