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A range of topical information based radio programming brought to you from the Government Information Service of Saint Lucia. This podcast aims to bring an array of programming to the listening public. Our goal is to keep listeners up to date with all government developments, from the political arena through to the cultural sphere. Learn about the latest policy changes, growth initiatives and social projects. Stay attuned to Saint Lucia's rich heritage and culture, from our annual Independen ...
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The time? The early 1990s. The place? Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The event? The birth of investment migration. One man who was there and who has lived to tell the tale is Eric Major, Latitude Group Executive Chairman. Eric draws on three decades in the game on The Global Passport Investor powered by Latitude. He meets with select guests to talk about Residency and Citizenship by Investment. Do you want to navigate the world of economic citizenship and second residency? Eric's your expert guid ...
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How do you improve on what you're born with? If you're a small island nation, for example, you grow your GDP with Citizenship by Investment. This attracts entrepreneurs from countries with weaker passports looking to enhance their global mobility. Latitude Group Executive Chairman Eric Major is your host. Academics and writers Atossa Araxia Abraham…
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This week is all about bringing farmers reprieve to the rising cost of agricultural and farming inputs. This, as the efforts of Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food Security and Rural Development and the Taiwan Technical Mission intensify to support the food security agenda for Saint Lucia. For details on these developments and more, visit: www…
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February 4 th is observed annually as World Cancer Day. For this year’s observation, the St. Lucia Cancer Society hosted the ‘Relay for Life’ event, which is put on annually by the American Cancer Society. The event brings together volunteers from far and wide to celebrate cancer survivors, while raising funds to assist persons living with cancer a…
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Efforts persist in the Enhancement of the Efficiency of Production-Distribution Supply Chain of Fruit and Vegetable Project, a joint initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food Security, and Rural Development, along with the Taiwan Technical Mission, marked by the unveiling of a compost house aimed at addressing challenges within the…
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What background checks do Citizenship by Investment Programmes run? Due diligence is more stringently applied in 2024 than at any time before. This protects the integrity of CBI programmes. And ensures they have a future. Any skeletons in your cupboard may come back to haunt you. Latitude Group Executive Chairman Eric Major is your host. Dilan Raph…
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The Central Statistical Office coordinated a capacity-building workshop aimed at producing an Environmental and Climate Change Statistical Compendium. This compendium is essentially a report with data on Saint Lucia’s biodiversity, land use, forestry, solid waste management, energy, and access to potable water among other key environmental consider…
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Over the past few years, Health Region 3 which includes La Ressource, Richfond and Dennery, recorded the highest cases of Diabetes and Hypertension in Saint Lucia. Since the implementation of the Performance-Based Financing (PBF) Pilot Program at the Richfond Wellness Centre, an increase has been noted in the number of Diabetic/Hypertensive clients…
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St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment is the original CBI programme. But is it the best? Find out in the latest episode of The Global Passport Investor. Host Eric Major, Latitude Group Executive Chairman welcomes two guests who have insider knowledge about St Kitts and Nevis CBI. Meet Michael Martin, Head of the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenshi…
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Healthcare professionals on island attended a 2-day training hosted by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs and CARPHA, focused on improving the islands health surveillance system. This system is used to monitor changes in infectious diseases within a nation. St. Lucia’s surveillance system has been in place since 2014 and according…
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The OECS PEARL, which stands for Programme for Educational Advancement and Relevant Learning, is said to be registering major successes as the initiative moves to benefit some 19-primary schools in a new phase called the Continuous School and System Improvement (CSSI) Pilot initiative. For details on these developments and more, visit: www.govt.lc…
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The DigiGov Platform will soon pilot the services offered under the Registry of Companies and Intellectual Property (ROCIP). Over 140 individuals from the public and private sectors participated in a training exercise to sensitize and orient them to the interface within DigiGov. This transition to the digital platform is expected to improve the eff…
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2024 will be a decisive year. The Year of Elections includes the UK contest between the ruling Tories and the Labour Party. The latter are favourites but what will their tax plans mean for the future of HNWIS. Rejoin host Eric Major, Latitude Group Executive Chairman, and guest, David Esperance, Managing Director of Lesperance & Associates. David e…
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In the headlines: Students and faculty of the Sir. Arthur Lewis Community College pay tribute to Nobel Laureates Sir. Arthur Lewis and Sir. Derek Walcott and; Saint Lucia joins the observance of World Cancer Day under the subtheme "Saint Lucia moves to conquer cancer" For details on these developments and more, visit: www.govt.lc…
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The Government of Saint Lucia and the National Anti-Money Laundering Oversight Committee (NAMLOC) have much to be proud following Saint Lucia’s success application for re-rating of the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) recommendations for the prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing. The country was subject to the enhanced follow-u…
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Health seems to be a topic which always brings nations together. Furthermore, the Cancer as a disease continues to lead the global discussions as the number one killer among nations. This February 4th, the world unites again under one voice, observing World Cancer Day under the Theme “Closing the Care Gap”. St. Lucia will also join the observance, …
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The Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs continues to note an increase in the number of persons presenting with flu-like illnesses at the Emergency Departments, Wellness Centers and private doctors’ offices. This is due to new COVID-19 variants, Influenza A and B and Respiratory Syncytial Virus. Over the last 14 days, an increase in hos…
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The 21st century is a hectic place to be. Everybody needs a plan to survive. It could be a Plan B or a fire escape plan. Join host Eric Major, Latitude Group Executive Chairman, and guest, David Esperance, Managing Director of Lesperance & Associates. David is an Experienced Taxation and Citizenship Advisor. Learn strategies to protect your assets.…
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In the headlines: The Inland Revenue Department sheds light on the Tax Administration Procedures Act and; A recently held School-Supervision retreat of the Ministry of Education is being viewed as significant to improving school management within the education sector. For details on these developments and more, visit: www.govt.lc…
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The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) is pleased to announce its upcoming event, "SRDF Celebrates the Arts," as part of Nobel Laureate Festival activities. This celebration of artistic talent will take place on Sunday, January 28, 2024, at the Soufriere Primary School Grounds, commencing at 4 pm. The event aims to pay tribute to Sain…
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World Leprosy Day is held annually on the last Sunday of January. This day aims to raise awareness about leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease. World Leprosy Day is a call to action and seeks to promote efforts to combat the stigma and discrimination that persons affected by leprosy often face. This year World Leprosy Day falls on January 28, 202…
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The Castries Comprehensive Secondary School celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. The educational institution opened its doors in 1974 and has molded the minds and careers of thousands of students over the years. In celebration of this milestone, the CCSS Alumni have planned several activities among which is a Walk to 50 to be held this Sunday…
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