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The number of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) members that have passed cannabis-related legislation is set to increase. With Antigua, Jamaica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines having already done so, St. Kitts and Nevis is positioning itself to be next. On May 9 the island’s prime minister, Dr. Timothy Harris, introduced the Cannabis Bill during a sitting of the national assembly. The Bill seeks to regulate the use of cannabis for medicinal, religious and recreational purposes.

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Last year’s Carnival season opened with a particularly “immoral” (which is how saturnalia is commonly defined) bang. Sprinkled with sexual assault accusations and intoxicated minors, trench digging on beaches, and unexplainable pictures of waste disposal, the beach event left some uncomfortable grains of sand on people’s skin. But almost a year later, the Saint Lucia National Conservation Authority confirms that the organisation has already received several applications for beach events

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Press Release:– East Caribbean Financial Holding Company Ltd (ECFH) and its sole subsidiary Bank of Saint Lucia Ltd, the island’s largest indigenous bank, has once again delivered a strong performance for another consecutive year. For the financial year ended December 2018, the Bank recorded net profit after tax of EC $44.9 million compared to their 2017 […]

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Cutting crime, improving health and education, boosting the economy and swelling national pride — the benefits of a well-structured national sports strategy can ripple through all sectors of society. That’s why sports development was one of the big ticket items on this year’s budget, with Prime Minister Allen Chastanet declaring a EC$ 20.6mn windfall for sports facilities, events, education and training.

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Howard University Professor, Edwin Powell, has declared that crime and social issues in Saint Lucia can be easily solved, given the size of the Island and its population. “Saint Lucia by far is a very small country when it comes to population and when we are looking at crime and looking at other social issues, […]

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Dear Sir: In light of the results of last Wednesday’s Referendum, the Belize PEACE Movement takes this opportunity to remind Belizeans that the issue concerning the constitutionality of the 2008 Special Agreement (Compromis) is paramount. As Chief Justice Benjamin alluded to in his determination of the injunction, the issue becomes very much “alive”, particularly given […]
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Dear Sir: Everything that affects our national standard of living is being corruptively influenced and manipulatively controlled by Politicians and other Public officials appointed by the Citizens of the great Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The population must show constitutional fortitude in the upcoming Local Elections and break this legacy of employment strangulation, oppression through […]
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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Ricky Skerritt welcomed Cricket Canada’s president Ranjit Saini to Antigua and paid tribute to the longstanding friendship between West Indies and Canada cricket.  Saini was hosted at a dinner meeting by Skerritt on Monday night and he then met with CEO Johnny Grave on Tuesday to […]
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