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Press Release:– Guyana is set to become an oil producing nation sooner than was expected. In an address to the nation (Friday) evening, His Excellency President David Granger announced that oil production is set to begin three months ahead of the originally scheduled date. The Head of State also declared December 20 as “National Petroleum […]

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Press Release:– On Saturday 21st December hundreds of sailors from the 2019 edition of the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers came together for a night of celebration to mark the end of the world’s most popular sailing rally for another year. ARC crews, friends and families joined rally supporters at the Beausejour Indoor Facility in Saint Lucia just […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has welcomed the inaugural non-stop American Airlines flight here from Chicago , asserting that it means more business for a number of persons. “This means more business for our vendors, taxi drivers, hotels & guest houses, restaurants, bars and tour providers,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook page. Saint Lucia welcomed […]

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Doctors at St Jude Hospital pronounced a fifty year old farmer dead after he was hit by a vehicle Saturday night. The deceased has been identified as Alphonsus Barley. Law enforcement officials told St Lucia Times that Barley, who resides at Augier, Vieux Fort, was hit by a white Toyota Rav. According to reports, the […]

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West Indies U19s defeated Sri Lanka U19s by 7 runs on match-day eight of the West Indies Rising Stars U19 Tri-Series at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua .After losing the toss and being asked to bat first, West Indies U19 captain Kimani Melius started his team’s batting innings with intent and purpose, the focus on a winning result. He smashed the opening Sri Lanka bowlers for a mammoth six, then a boundary, to get the scoring started. Racing to 11 off just 5 deliveries, he was caught, putting a speed bump in the West Indies innings. His opening partner Mbeki Joseph did not last much longer as he was caught behind for 5 off a delivery that rose off the surface and enticed him to s...

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Government should not permit itself to be pressured into legalizing cannabis,” so says the Reverend Seth Ampadu. Referencing the Cannabis Commission’s final report, the Methodist minister added: “They should take their time to make sure everything is in order, weigh the pros and cons, before deciding. The process should not be rushed.” In an interview with the STAR on Monday the outspoken religious leader made it clear he does not support the legalizing of marijuana at this time.

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“The only constant in life is change.” In today’s turbulent world the words of Greek philosopher Heraclitus have never been more apt. Elections, shifting global alliances, redrawn trade lines and a slowing global economy – 2020 will be a year of change and the Caribbean must evolve and adapt accordingly. STAR Businessweek breaks down the external shocks that are likely to impact the region over the next year.

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Mr. Vice was at it yet again this week paying homage to virginal Miss Virtue. A duh incident at a local sybarites' hangout was all it took to draw antsy red formicidae out of their nests to swarm the Internet with their characteristic gooey droppings. Playing leading roles in the widely publicized war of slurred words were a local gentleman of presumed high standing and the establishment’s owner—an Englishman who for some forty years has been a resident of this simply beautiful-on-the-outside nation of ours.

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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis has urged citizens to recommit themselves to the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil while examining their consciences, in an address to the recent festival of lights ceremony. “We remember that there is still evil in the world,” Francis declared. He recalled the case of Saint Lucian national […]

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