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Since the end of Ms. Olivia Saunders’ two-year tenure as principal of Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC) in January 2018, the island’s main tertiary institution has operated without a successor. Merle St. Clair currently serves as the Vice Principal. This week, education minister Gale Rigobert said her office should be in a position to announce a new principal “before the end of the month”.

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On Thursday morning this week a 16-year-old female allegedly stabbed to death Marlie Williams (also known as “Moon Head”) of Gros Islet. The incident reportedly occurred on Marina Street, a particularly distressed area. Residents claim Williams had been in an altercation with the female the previous day. The girl recently completed her last term in secondary school and it was unconfirmed whether she graduated.

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The July 5 NIC statement on its investment in Cabot (St Lucia) Inc, released to “reassure all our stakeholders, in particular, our contributors, that the NIC at all times acts within the parameters of its Investment Policy and Guidelines which has been in effect since 2002,” was not nearly enough for House opposition leader Philip J Pierre.

The post IS PIERRE’S OPPOSITION TO CABOT INVESTMENT BASED ON CONVENIENT CONJECTURE? appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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If tourism is the lifeblood of the Caribbean then the region’s airports are its arteries, pumping that vital resource around the islands. Around 30 million visitors come to the Caribbean each year, most of them by plane. For these arrivals, the airport is their first impression of the destination.

The post Flying High: the best and worst of the region’s airports appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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WASHINGTON,  (Reuters) – A nationwide wave of arrests of immigrants facing deportation will commence over the weekend, U.S. President Donald Trump said yesterday, confirming that the plan, intended to discourage a surge of Central American migrants, was on track after a delay. The operation is expected to target hundreds of families in 10 cities that […]

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BBC News:– At least 26 people, including a prominent journalist and several foreigners, have been killed in an attack on a hotel in southern Somalia. A suicide bomber rammed a car containing explosives into the Asasey hotel in the port of Kismayo, and gunmen then stormed the building Journalist Hodan Naleyah and her husband are thought […]

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Major renovation has been underway at Cornerstone House, the shelter and soup kitchen for the homeless, it has been announced. “A comprehensive rehabilitation job has been progressing over the last few weeks which includes painting, tiling, electrical and plumbing among other works. The project will be completed in the coming days,” Prime Minister Allen Chastanet […]

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It is not enough for journalists to see themselves as mere messengers without understanding the hidden agendas of the message and the myth surrounding it.” This gospel by the legendary Australian journalist and filmmaker John Pilger came back to me last Wednesday as I listened to a local pundit at work on the radio.

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