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By Tiberiu Dianu The midterm elections of 2018 are not over yet, but here is what we can say for sure as to how things will develop two years from now until the 2020 general elections (when President Donald Trump will be re-elected). The liberals and mainstream media wanted everybody to believe that in 2018 […]

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Press release- Ministry of Youth Development & Sports- Castries Comprehensive Secondary School emerged boys champions while Saint Joseph’s Convent A  emerged girls champions at the completion of the Secondary Schools Team Table Tennis Championships which was held at the  Stanley Jon Odlum Secondary School Auditorium on Monday.   In the boys final, the Castries Comprehesive …
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Dear Sir: Is the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) moving ahead with plans to continue building residents units at Greenvale Park Housing Development, which has been referred to as Phases 4 and 5? The HDC, which falls under the ministry of housing and urban development led by Edmund Dillon, wrote to the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) […]

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Dear Sir: Ask any economist, businessman, whomsoever, what we have to do to develop the economy and at least once you will hear we have to innovate. By that it is generally thought that we have to invent, create some novel product/service/process, some intellectual property, even patent it, and use this to create novel exports. […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua — As the excitement builds for the ICC Women’s World T20 semi-finals and finals in Antigua now less than a month away, the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority will be giving persons in the region the opportunity to travel to Antigua for the history-making games. The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority has […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Two days of intense racing at the Caribbean Sailing Association Caribbean Dinghy Championships ended with a team victory for Antigua. Race manager Karl James was delighted with the weekend’s racing: “I was pleased and relieved that we managed to get so many races in as the light airs on Saturday were […]

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A Saint Lucian woman is among eight prison officers recruited from other Caribbean countries  to serve at Her Majesty’s Prison in Balsam Ghut, British Virgin Islands (BVI). The woman has been living in the BVI for some time, it has been reported. In total, nine persons were hired, one of them being from the BVI. […]

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New York Post:–  Coffee, tea, breast milk? A flight attendant went above and beyond to help a mom who ran out of formula for her infant Tuesday during a domestic Philippine Airlines flight. Patrisha Organo, a 24-year-old flight attendant and first-time mom, offered to breastfeed the stranger’s baby. “I heard an infant’s cry, a cry that will make […]

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