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The Saint Lucia National Youth Council (SLNYC) sees a link between photos of intoxicated youths that have been posted on social media and a major social crisis in this country. The council issued a hard hitting statement Monday in the wake of a weekend event in the North of Saint Lucia at which it said […]

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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis has responded to claims made by Castries South MP, Ernest Hilaire, that the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is in financial trouble. The opposition MP made the claims recently during a Town Hall meeting of the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). Among Hilaire’s assertions was that things were so bad at the […]

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For once, forget the cereal usually associated with the title of this piece. This time around we’re referring to the snap, crackle and pop sounds our bodies sometimes make. These sounds are known technically as crepitus, and there are many myths associated with them, despite scientific evidence to the contrary. As much as these sounds can be distressing and sometimes an indicator that something could be wrong, most times they are normal—unless accompanied by pain, swelling and decreased movement.

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The Choiseul/Saltibus constituency group of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has been urged to  grow the constituency base and organise itself ahead of the next general elections. Delivering the feature address to the annual general meeting of the group Sunday, Doctor Alphonsus St Rose asserted that organisation is the group’s biggest challenge. The former […]

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More than 60 per cent of the Caribbean’s population is under thirty, according to the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB). These young people represent a significant untapped resource for the region as financial challenges and other constraints prevent them from making the most of their skills and talents. With youth unemployment soaring and regional economies struggling, there is now a movement to greater engage the next generation.

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