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The discovery of a suspected ganja plant in a small garden at the Carmen Rene Memorial School at Sans Soucis, Castries, prompted an investigation by education officials and the police Friday. But according to reliable sources, by the time law enforcement authorities got to the school the plant had mysteriously disappeared. The presence of the […]

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On July 25, 2019 a visibly irate Martinus Francois left the high court building on Jeremie Street en route to the nearby House of Parliament, where he hoped to find Speaker Andy Daniel. He hoped in vain. The attorney has filed a constitutional motion against the Speaker over the failure of the House to elect a deputy Speaker.

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I read online some questions from the Opposition Leader about the Prime Minister’s social media presence. Mr. Philip Pierre seemed awfully perturbed about the cost of such publicity and the source of the funds. The more I read, the funnier the opposition MP’s questions seemed to me. I wondered: Why hasn’t Mr. Pierre questioned government’s spending in relation to radio and newspaper promotions? His own party, more often than not, carries live on the Internet its demonstrations, platform meetings and town hall gatherings. So, as far as I know, there have been no public announcements regarding cost or where the money came from to pay for such exposure.

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Press Release:- Why is the family so important? Very simply because it is the place where children are born and raised. God’s children are born on the earth through families.  How these children are raised will determine for a big part how much they will succeed in the society and stand as God’s children. On Tuesday, […]

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However revealing, MBC’s recent “harrowing” news story about the kidnapping of an individual the presenter referred to as “John Doe” was not without its confusing aspects, maybe because the item left important questions unanswered. For one, it seemed MBC went out of its way to protect the identity of the victim, a grown man who by his own account had spoken to the police prior to his televised interview. Certainly his identity was no secret to his alleged kidnappers. John or Jane Doe usually refers to persons unknown or anonymous.

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Press Release:- The Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) congratulates acclaimed cricket commentator, Joseph “Reds” Perreira, who will be recognized by Cricket West Indies (CWI) for his sterling contribution to the game over the past six decades. Perreira was informed of the honour via a letter dated July 2, 2019, and signed by CWI’s President, […]

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A tropical storm watch is currently in effect for Barbados in connection with Tropical Storm Dorian and weather forecasters in Saint Lucia expect that this country will follow suit as the storm nears. Met officials here explained that a watch is issued when storm conditions are possible within 48 hours and the system is nearer […]

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When someone approached me berating a young Saint Lucian lawyer who is alleged to have run afoul of the law, I promptly shut him up with the words: “We ought not to be quick to judge, because it demeans us all. Besides, gloating over the weaknesses of others is uncharitable.” I might have kept the particular recollection to myself but for the way we judge our West Indian cricketers, especially in relation the change of name from St. Lucia Stars to St. Lucia Zouks.

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