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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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The Department of Health & Wellness recently engaged key stakeholders in the tourism sector in a discussion aimed at implementing a response plan for coronavirus, that will ensure the preservation of the tourism product.  According to a Department of Health and Wellness release, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Glensford Joseph  described the dialogue is extremely […]

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Al Jazeera:– There has been a mass wedding in South Korea despite coronavirus fear. Many of the 6,000 couples wore face masks. Festivals, concerts and graduation ceremonies have been cancelled because of the risk. But the church says it went ahead with the weddings as it was the 100th anniversary of its leader’s birth. Followers from […]

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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis has endorsed the ‘safe and fair’ decriminalisation and legalisation of marijuana in Saint Lucia, his office has announced.   According to a release from the Mayor’s Office, Francis gave his endorsement after receiving a presentation last week on all aspects of the proposed cannabis industry.   The presentation was made by […]

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The world health organization’s handling of Taiwan amid the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus global emergency is not sitting well with political scientist Denys springer. The tensions between Taiwan and china continue to boil over, as Taiwan’s place on the world stage has come under scrutiny from Beijing. The criticisms come as the Taiwanese ambassador to saint …
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Get your heart racing this February at the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club as we celebrate Independence Day on Sunday 16th February. Start a week of national celebrations with us and toast Saint Lucia’s Independence in style as horse racing returns with a bumper race day in 2020. Gates open at 11am and the first race will be run at 1.30pm.

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