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Jamaica Gleaner International
published: Tuesday | September 4, 2007

No improvement in Sir John's condition - report
CASTRIES, St. Lucia (CMC): A government official yesterday reported that medical authorities at the La Menard Hospital in Martinique say there has been no improvement in the condition of Prime Minister Sir John Compton who remains under intensive care at the institution.

Guyana observing Education Month

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): Guyana is observing 'Education Month' in September with emphasis on the dangers of obesity and the deadly HIV/AIDS virus.Education Month is being observed under the theme 'The school health, nutrition and HIV/AIDS education"....

Ruling party to hold convention

CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC): Acting Prime Minister Stephenson King says the ruling United Workers Party (UWP) will be seeking a complete renewal of its leadership and national executive when it holds its convention next month.

Country to test bird flu readiness

CASTRIES, St. Lucia (CMC): Health officials here will this week test the country's readiness to handle an outbreak of the avian influenza (bird flu) virus which they believe could be a threat to Caribbean countries. Health authorities will join their colleagues in agriculture...

Plans for university in full gear

CASTRIES, St. Lucia (CMC): Education Minister Arsen James says the current difficulties being encountered by St. Lucian students attending the St. Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) will make government here more determined...





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