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At least 4 snakes in Anse La Raye were relocated to the forest in Millet after workers at a quarry raised an alarm, Forestry officials say. The incident occurred last week. A video of the efforts to relocate the boa constrictors from the quarry in Anse La Raye was posted on social media. Forestry officials […]

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News 12 New Jersey:- A crew member aboard the Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas ship was found dead aboard the ship earlier this week, according to a Port Authority spokesperson. It comes as the CDC tests travelers from the ship for the deadly coronavirus, but the Port Authority and Royal Caribbean say the death is […]

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Once again oustanding athletes in several disciplines along with coaches, officials and administrators, will be honored at the 40th Annual National Sports Awards, presented by the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports on February 15 at the Events St Lucia Tent at Reduit. A short list was finalized for the most prestigious awards, with the St Lucia Athletics Association and the St Lucia National Cricket Association, leading the way with three of their athletes shortlisted.

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Guyana Chronicle:- CRICKET great, Christopher Gayle, has demanded a retraction and apology from PPP candidate, Charles Ramson Jr, who at party meeting recently, alleged that the Jamaican star was owed some US$50,000 by the PNCR. In the letter dated February 4, 2020, Gayle, through his Attorney, Roysdale Forde, stated that on January 30, 2020, Ramson, during […]

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Too much religion, more evil! Too many churches in our society, more social ills! Has the church failed the society? Is the church losing its Impact and Influence in our society today? Is the church’s preaching and teaching making an impact on the church-going populace in our society today to bring transformation?

The post “THE CHURCH MUST RE-THINK ITS THEOLOGICAL TEACHINGS AND PREACHING TO ADDRESS SOCIETAL ILLS” appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR....

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coming together of the region’s Citizenship by Investment programmes is needed. This was the plea by the Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Timothy Antoine at a recent press briefing here. Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Saint Lucia all operate CBI programmes. There are, however, many differences separating the countries.

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Entering a new year, the regional banking sector is still an industry under siege. External threats such as de-risking, blacklisting and volatile global financial markets continue to exert pressure on bankers while advances in technology provide both new opportunities and new risks.

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Jamaica Observer:– The British Home Office seems set to ignore pleas to delay the deportation of several Jamaicans this week, as it maintains that all of those to be sent here are convicted criminals. In the meantime, Jamaica’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK) Seth George Ramocan says, to his knowledge, none of the people […]

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To listen to the ongoing debate about St. Jude and the OKEU hospitals, one would think this was all there is to health care. The suggestion is that the completion and opening of the two hospitals would solve Saint Lucia’s health care needs. This demands careful and rigorous analysis, not reckless criticism, especially if National Health Insurance is thrown in the mix. The to-ing and fro-ing about the completion of the named hospitals over the past ten years must cease. Opposition politicians and journalists in particular, have swallowed the health care bait hook, line and sinker without demanding what’s meant by health care, as opposed to sickness management—caring for the sick. ...

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BBC News:– Severe gales and heavy rain are sweeping across the UK as travellers face disruption from Storm Ciara. Airlines have cancelled dozens of domestic and international flights, while several rail firms have urged passengers not to travel. Ferry passengers also face delays and cancellations, while drivers have been warned to take extra care. Amber weather […]

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