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The reigning Sportsman of the Year, Sportswoman of the Year and Junior Sportswoman of the Year, were honored for their achievements in 2019 by their association, at the St Lucia Athletics Association (SLAA) Awards Gala last Saturday evening at the Jonathan Everett Conference Room located at Olympic House, La Clery.

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Virus knows neither border nor politics. As the world gears up to manage and control the spread of the deadly coronavirus originated from Wuhan, China, the exclusion of Taiwan from the WHO poses a serious loophole in the global efforts to tackle such an urgent health crises.

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When the Saint Lucia National Trust on September 9, 2018 successfully petitioned the high court to issue an order prohibiting the demolition of the old Castries Prison, it was difficult to gauge exactly where public sentiment lay. Various Cabinet members on several occasions expressed their frustration at not being able to move forward with such a vitally important project. Police frustration at the news of the injunction was widely publicized. But what exactly was the view of the wider nation?

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BBC News:- At least 12 people have been shot dead and many injured by a Thai soldier in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima (also known as Korat), police say. A defence ministry spokesman told BBC Thai that Jakraphanth Thomma, a junior officer, had attacked his commanding officer before stealing a gun and ammunition from a military […]

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Widow Margaret Pratt returned to the witness stand on Monday as the murder trial for her deceased husband resumed. Last week fifteen jurors heard testimonies from Mrs. Pratt, United States resident Scott Davis and local police officer Philip Taylor. Director of Public Prosecutions Daarsrean Greene had only a few more questions for Pratt on Monday. She told the court that both she and her husband were swimmers. She recalled formally identifying her husband’s body at Victoria Hospital on January 20, 2014, with Dr. Stephen King in attendance. Defence attorneys Sandy John, Alberton Richelieu, David Moyston and George Charlemagne were then given the opportunity to cross-examine.

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January saw news of a potential major oil find in Suriname. The significance of this discovery will reshape plans for nation-building in the country’s capital of Paramaribo and could give the Surinamese new optimism around their future. It will also require a rethink among other stakeholders regarding the oil industry in the Caribbean‚ and around the world.

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It happened a long time ago, in the early 70s, shortly after the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia. I had been invited to make several guest bodybuilding appearances in Belgrade, Bratislava, Munich and some other East European venues with forgettable names. At the time I was resident in the UK with two or three top European titles to my name. Accompanying me on my tour was a former Mr. America with Yugoslav roots, named Ludwig Schusterich. At the recalled time he was the CEO at the English branch of Weider International. Also with me was Bob Sweeney, owner of a chain of gyms in the north of England, a close friend and incorrigible prankster, and three gym buddies with their girlfriends ...

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Sky News:– The deadly coronavirus outbreak in China could have spread from bats to humans through the illegal traffic of pangolins – the world’s only scaly mammals which are prized in Asia for food and medicine. The pangolin is one of Asia’s most trafficked mammals, although protected by international law, because its meat is considered a […]

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