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By Adrian Loveridge The larger overseas tourism investors appear to be relatively well taken care of through their own ability to negotiate concessions in various degrees, but I wonder if there is sufficient information available in a one-stop shop format that could tempt the potential smaller entities willing and able to take advantage of current […]

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By Jean H Charles The Democrats promised a blue wave leading to a tsunami that would blow away the Republicans. It did not happen. In the mid-term elections, the Republican Party lost the House of Representatives but retained the Senate. It also holds a slim lead in two hotly contested governorship races in Georgia and […]

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Dear Sir: The United States of America is a nation that proportionally has a great many unmatched achievements it can be proud of. The Internet, circa 1985; cell phones, 1973; machine guns, 1862, 1884; Panama Canal, 1914; modern submarine, 1900; trans-oceanic cable communication, 1858; first nuclear reactor, 1942; Model T Ford, 1908; first in flight, […]

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Dear Sir: Speaking to the widest possible audience, members of the public, the citizenry and population, the elected government’s main responsibilities are and must be to find ways to inspire happiness, peace and respect throughout society. Happiness, difficult to define, can only occur for many when the unemployable and the working poor are eliminated. Peace […]

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Saint Lucia joined in worldwide observances of ‘Kindness Day’ with an event at Constitution Park in Castries Sunday morning. The event took the form of a flash mob dance by students of the Vide Bouteille Primary School. A similar activity is planned for November 18 in Rodney Bay. Noa Redjil,a spokesperson for the event told […]

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed that the ICC Women’s World T20 group A will remain in Saint Lucia. Extreme weather has seen 40% more rainfall in Saint Lucia in the first 10 days of the month than the island would usually see in the whole of November. Chris Tetley, ICC Head of Events …
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After heavy rainfall caused flooding, landslides and other problems for residents in several parts of Saint Lucia, the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), has issued a reminder to persons to think beyond just hurricanes. NEMO Director, Velda Joseph, expressed the view that people focus too much on hurricanes. “If there is a threat or there […]

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(CMC) – India defeated the West Indies by six wickets in the third and final Twenty20 International at the MA Chidambaram Stadium here Sunday to clinch the series 3-0. WEST INDIES 181 for three off 20 overs (Nicholas Pooran 53 not out, Darren Bravo 43 not out, Shimron Hetmyer 26, Shai Hope 24; Yuzvendra Chahal 2-28). …
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(CMC) – India defeated the West Indies by six wickets in the third and final Twenty20 International at the MA Chidambaram Stadium here Sunday to clinch the series 3-0. Scores: WEST INDIES 181 for three off 20 overs (Nicholas Pooran 53 not out, Darren Bravo 43 not out, Shimron Hetmyer 26, Shai Hope 24; Yuzvendra ...

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