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NEW YORK, United States (AFP) — One of the co-founders of Facebook called on Thursday for the social media behemoth to be broken up, warning that the company’s head, Mark Zuckerberg, had become far too powerful. “It’s time to break up Facebook,” said Chris Hughes, who along with Zuckerberg founded the online network in their ...

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Did you know from 1756 to 1831 St. Lucia was laid waste by six hurricanes? The most devastating occurred on October 10, 1780, October 21, 1817 and August 11, 1831. The hurricane of 1780 was probably the most destructive that was ever experienced in this hemisphere. It ravaged the whole of the Lesser Antilles but ...

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Education minister Dr. Gale Rigobert says the government is considering converting some of Saint Lucia’s secondary schools into 6th form colleges. She says the move would ensure that more students can undertake advanced level studies as they work towards their future careers.    
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The arrival of indentured labourers from the Indian sub-continent is one of the under-reported aspects of Saint Lucia’s history. This week marked the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first ship transporting East Indian indentured laborers to St. Lucia. The journey and life on the plantation was difficult for the new comers from India. …
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This week, the National Archives Authority held an exhibition dubbed: “Archives On Parade” at the Constitution Park in Castries. The exhibition sought to highlight the role and importance of archives in society.  
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Two brothers have now been charged in connection with the homicide of a Castries businessman. Police said on Thursday, Donavan Ismael, 17, of Marchand, Castries is the second individual to be charged in connection with the fatal shooting of Joseph Stanislaus Pistol. The incident occurred around 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13. His brother Rueben ...

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Press Release:– Spearheaded by the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, the Education Quality Improvement Project (EQuIP), is on stream. Funding for the Project was secured from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), through the Department of Economic Development, Transport and Civil Aviation. The EQUIP Project is geared toward the enhancement of Saint Lucia’s […]

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