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By Oliver Mills There is a saying, that curiosity kills the cat. This devalues curiosity as an important factor in business innovation and success. It discourages initiatives towards change and development, and supports things remaining as they are. But the concept of curiosity has a more positive meaning and purpose attached to it. The editor […]

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By Akilah Holder In my last article, I concluded by saying that the Mosaic law of lex talionis no longer applies. This is so because when Jesus came to earth, he cancelled that and replaced it with “…love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” as stated in Matthew 5:44. But as crosswalk.com […]

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By Rebecca Theodore As Cold War paranoia replaces post 911 politics in the United States, it seems, that, Putin and the Russian military are not content with remaining a second-rate power. Despite the fact, that, the presence of Russian Tu-160 strategic bomber warplanes stationed on Venezuela’s Orchila island, gives notice to Washington, that, Russia is […]

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Dear Sir: Sir Ronald Sanders, Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the United States and the Organization of American States, has just asked why he could find no statement made by “… one or more of the Caribbean countries that attended the Conference of the Parties (COP) in Katowice, Poland, in early December on the disastrous […]

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Dear Sir: Russia has already managed to develop a sophisticated cyber toolbox, including cyber espionage instruments. Every country in the world is at risk from the vigorous cyber activity of Russian government based hackers. They are interfering in all branches of foreign government departments and facilities, military, and private and public corporations. The real problem […]

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Dear Sir: I told the population in 2015 that Keith Rowley had no plan to take us forward. They did not listen and today we are all suffering. The 5,000 fired from Petrotrin, 500 more in TSTT and 300-plus former ArcelorMittal workers and the 1,600 murder victims and an overtaxed citizenry now know that Rowley […]

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Police are investigating a break in at the Lamar Building on Bridge Street,Castries  on the floor that houses the Criminal Records Office, the Writ Department and the Vulnerable Persons Unit (VPU), law enforcement sources have confirmed. The break in at all three offices is said to have taken place some time last week. A law […]

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Dear Sir: As an Independent I provide the following evaluation of Trump’s first two years in office. Positive accomplishments during the two years include: revised tax policy benefiting many Americans, elimination of some unnecessary or restrictive regulations, low unemployment, and funding the DOD to $700-$750 billion. During the first two years of Trump’s presidency, the […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has said that he is counting on the corporate sector to support an ongoing effort to bring relief to victims of the recent Rose Hill fire. “Corporate Saint Lucia I am also depending on you,” Francis said in a statement released by his office Monday. According to the statement, the Mayor […]

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