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The Saint Lucia Women’s Rugby National Team participated in the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Women’s 10s Tournament in Barbados. The tournament took place July 18-21 at the Bellevue Plantation Polo Club, a few kilometers from the nation’s capital, and was open to the public and all rugby enthusiasts.

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SLNCA- St Lucia’s Under 19 Cricket selectees on the Windward Islands U19 squad left the island Thursday to join their other counterparts in St. Vincent. Hosts Windward Islands’ rising cricket stars, will be led by Kimani Melius. Batsman Akeem Auguste and left arm spinner Simeon Gerson are the other St Lucians in the squad.   …
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Saint Lucia Carnival 2019, deemed a huge success by the government and most other commentators, has been criticized by the usual sectors. The last cited group described this year’s Parade of the Bands as indecent, over the top, a phenomenon of recent vintage. Some have claimed the demonstrated revelry is alien to the morals and values that once guided our carnival.

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The constitutional challenge brought by attorney Martinus Francois over parliament’s failure to elect a deputy House speaker following the 2016 general elections this week took another step backward. The motion originally named attorney general Stephen Julien and Speaker Andy Daniel. On 13 February the AG’s counsel, Mr. Dexter Theodore, successfully applied for the removal of the AG as a party in the case, on the basis that under Section 36 of the Constitution it is parliament, not the government’s executive branch, that is obligated to elect a deputy Speaker.

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In its 2016 Public Statement on St. Lucia IMPACS, the U.S. Embassy in Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and the OECS, lauded the Government of Saint Lucia for “inviting CARICOM’s Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) to conduct an investigation into allegations that members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force committed extra-judicial killings from 2010 to 2011”.

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For many in the Caribbean family, the 21st century marked a great new beginning; a goodbye to bitter legacies of colonialism and the tensions of the Cold War. The 2000s brought a new sense of unique identity within individual nations and the Caribbean as a whole. Now, with 2020 fast arriving, there’s never been a better time to pursue new business partnerships underwritten by global reach and tech advancement.

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Carl Bernstein (left) and Bob Woodward: Their history-making story of the Watergate break-in was initially ignored by the American public and media. The 17 June 1972 break-in at the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters in Washington’s Watergate office building triggered what universally came to be described as the biggest political scandal in U.S. history. Still, it […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) is warning about “recurrent episodes of heat stress” as the drought affecting the region continues. In its latest Caribbean Climate Outlook Newsletter, the CIMH said that for August to October this year, “this period marks the peak of the Caribbean heat season, which […]

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