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Authorities meet to address black market wildlife trade

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Did you know that the black market wildlife trade is an area of serious concern on Saint Lucia? Well, a one-week workshop convened Tuesday bringing together the relevant stakeholders concerning the strategy to tackle wildlife crime. Senior Correspondent Miguel Fevrier has the details in this report.

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Wild Life Officer Raises Concerns over Invasion of Monkeys in Saint Lucia

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Senior Wildlife Conservation Officer, Pius Haynes has warned that the recent citing’s of monkeys is destructive to crops of value to Saint Lucia. The Forestry department has received reports of monkeys being cited on the island dated back as far as 2008.

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Food establishment caught advertising turtle meat during closed season.

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One local food establishment was caught advertising turtle meat for sale during the closed season.

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Agriculture ministry to investigate emergence of new pest in Grenada

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A new bug is attacking crops in the neighbouring island of Grenada. The ministry of agriculture and Lands in Grenada issued a statement on the novel pest that attacks, soursop, plums mangos and other fruits and flowers. Cecile Actille spoke to Saint Lucia’s Minister of Agriculture who spoke to the Ministry’s level of preparednessSHOW LESS

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