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Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary General, Irwin LaRocque,  has paid tribute to what he described as  “some significant advances”  by the grouping this year. CMC quoted him as saying Monday that he is  looking forward to the final year of the strategic plan to re-position CARICOM. In an end of year message, LaRocque said that CARICOM […]

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The Annual Prime Minister’s Christmas celebration for children with special needs was held for the first time this year at  Government House, the official residence of the Governor General. Governor General, Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, is reported to have warmly welcomed  the children with special needs and their teachers on Monday, December 10. According to a […]

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Dear Sir: Often times it is better not reading the news to preserve my sanity on what ministers of government in Saint Lucia say on matters they have oversight for, knowing that their knowledge base is absurd and the overall strategy is tainted with lies and deceit. The latest blowback has to do with the […]

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Dear Sir: Crime in Trinidad has increased exponentially. Murder is the new sport. Another gruesome murder today, leading the relentless murder toll to climb to 509, threatening to break the 2008 record of 550 murders, leaving 2017 at 494. Thus far, January has been the bloodiest month of the year at 40 killings. Why? Oh […]

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Dear Sir: The justification for the Diaspora vote was always based on the protection of all Jamaicans by shifting the dynamics of a garrison-based electoral system to a broader set of electorate to include the Jamaican Diaspora. “Jamaicans with foreign passport now able to remain in Jamaica for six (6) months” is an oxymoron, an […]

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Dear Sir: There is very little sympathy for, and in particular understanding of the business model of the Trinidad and Tobago CLICO/CLF group. So much so that Sir Anthony Coleman’s report, a UK lawyer, tells us that: “The fundamental defects in this business model were first, that once funds had been transferred out of CLICO, […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Annual Prime Minister’s Christmas celebration for children with special needs was held at a different venue this year, much to the delight of students and teachers as they got to experience Government House in a different light. On Monday December 10, 2018, His Excellency Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, Governor General of ...

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(SNO) — Local senior firefighter Shane Felix has once again been elected to the executive of the Caribbean Association of Fire Fighters (CAFF). Felix was elected public relations officer when CAFF held its 9th biennial conference at the Karibea Hotel, Sainte Luce in Martinique on December 7, according to a news release. Felix, who is chairman ...

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Every year, over 200 boats and 1200 people set sail across the Atlantic from Gran Canaria to Saint Lucia in one of the largest trans-ocean sailing events, the Atlantic Rally for Cruiser (ARC).
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