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By Anthony L Hall A colleague astonished me yesterday when she asked, “What’s the deal with that red flower?” Specifically, she wanted to know why Prince William, Kate Middleton, and so many other Brits are wearing a poppy on their lapels these days. For me, though, this was rather like a colleague asking, “What’s the […]

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By Nimi Princewill Notable for attracting a remarkable chunk of political goodwill; and of course, its accompanying ‘nuisance value’ in rigid communities, feminist activism is getting louder in Africa. As many more African women jump on the bandwagon to entangle their daily speech with the language of feminism, the more fluent they become in demanding […]

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Dear Sir: In the days following the failed referendum of November 6, 2018, operatives of the New National Party (NNP) administration in Grenada set out on a local and regional campaign to cast blame on the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC). This is not having much impact at home, because the people know the reality […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Government of Saint Lucia is embarking on a Health System Strengthening Project to improve the accessibility, efficiency and responsiveness of key health services. The project has four components and Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, and External Affairs Honourable Allen Chastanet, explained to the House of Assembly ...

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Dear Sir: We are being told that the Trinidad and Tobago minister of trade and industry, Paula Gopee-Scoon, was in Beijing, China, to meet with potential foreign investors for the proposed Phoenix Park Industrial Estate (PPIE) in Trinidad. This park is to be developed/built by Beijing Construction Engineering Company at a cost of US$104 million […]

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The General Secretary of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA), Claude Paul, has asserted ahead of an emergency meeting of trade union members on Friday, that the organisation negotiates for salaries of its members based on what they deserve. “We do not negotiate for Christmas,” Paul declared. “CSA is not in the business of […]

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