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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has said he is “happy” that legendary retired Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt endorsed his government’s plans for sports development. Chastanet revealed in a post on his official Facebook page that he had the opportunity this morning to host Bolt who arrived in Saint Lucia to “participate and experience” a few events ...

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Recent discourse on social media platforms has led me to conclude that we need to have a discussion on leadership, characteristics of good leaders and statesmanship. Sixty-eight years after universal adult suffrage (the right to vote), we seemed to be stuck with the archaic concept of charismatic leadership. If the voters have no clue what ...

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The President of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) Cyprian Montrope has advised members of the Island’s largest trade union grouping of the finalisation of negotiations with the government. But he warned that the union is aware that there are individuals or groups who are currently attempting to mislead  members and the public regarding […]

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Sky News:– A reclusive man who had not been seen since April had actually been eaten by his pack of dogs, according to officials. The 18 mixed-breed dogs apparently devoured the body, clothing and hair of 57-year-old Freddie Mack at his Texas home. .”The bones were completely broken up and eaten.” Mr Mack had serious health […]

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Press Release:- The Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour Hon. Stephenson King wishes to reassure the general public, that contrary to incorrect, misleading and malicious statements issued by a well-known creole media personality, aired on a local media station, the “Island-wide Road-markings Project” is being implemented in accordance with Government’s procurement guidelines Finance Act. Additionally, […]

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Human Rights campaigner Mary Francis has described as unbelievable, a viral video recording of police brutality carried out against a suspect in handcuffs. And she has declared that had it not been for social media, a mere report of what transpired may have been dismissed as an attempt to bash the police. During the 10 […]

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