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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced a  Monday 6.00 pm shutdown of the country, as Dorian approaches. “We are expecting the worst,” Chastanet  told reporters following a pre-strike meeting of  the National Emergency Management Advisory Committee (NEMAC). He reminded citizens that Saint Lucia is now on a hurricane watch. “Recent times have taught us that […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced that the country will be shutdown from 6pm today due to impending weather conditions. The country is currently on Hurricane Watch with expected landfall at 2am Tuesday 27th August. Speaking at a press conference moments ago, the Prime Minister announced: “We are anticipating at this point that it can be a category one hurricane but given the hurricane is not due to hit until 2 o’clock in the morning, a lot can change. It is important that we take this extremely seriously,” he said.

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We all know someone who is super-flexible, who can almost effortlessly perform the splits while most of us can only look on in awe. There have been many terms to describe this ability: double-jointed, joint laxity, and the more recent “hypermobility syndrome”. The legendary escape artist Harry Houdini was thought to be hypermobile.

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Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIPs) have changed the way we perceive sovereignty. The right to citizenship that was once available only to people who were natively born, with parents who were natively born or after a long period of naturalisation, can now be acquired more rapidly by foreigners who previously had little to no links to a nation.

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Trinidad Guardian:– Crick­et leg­end Bri­an Charles Lara has apol­o­gised af­ter mu­sic from an event host­ed at his res­i­dence dis­turbed an­i­mals at the Em­per­or Val­ley Zoo, forc­ing the Min­is­ter of Agri­cul­ture, Clarence Ramb­harat to in­ter­vene. On Sat­ur­day night, zoo of­fi­cials took to its Face­book page and made a very pub­lic ap­peal for the dis­tur­bance to end. […]

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