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Press Release: The Barbados Meteorological Services continues to monitor the progress of a strong tropical wave which has progressed to near 53°W, south of 15°N. The accompanying area of low pressure along the wave axis is now near 10.5°N 53°W or about 475 miles (760 km) east-southeast of Barbados. Forecast models still suggest some potential […]

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The West Indies Under-19 Rising Stars continue their preparation for the ICC Under-19 World Cup in South Africa in January 2020, with a 10-day camp in Antigua from September 13 to 23. Following the camp, a squad will be selected to participate in the first ever tri-nation Under-19 Rising Stars One-Day International Series, to be hosted in the Caribbean against England and Sri Lanka from December 6 to 21.

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As he made his way to Tuesday's House of Assembly sitting, House Speaker Andy Daniel disclosed to reporters that Attorney Martinus Francois, who has filed a constitutional motion over Parliament’s failure to appoint a Deputy Speaker, has still not served the House Speaker as he swore to do some weeks ago.

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Last month the government’s Division of Transport declared its alarm at increasing reports of stray animals on the island`s roads, particularly along major roadways. In a press release the division reminded owners of animals found tied, wandering, straying or lying in such a manner as to cause obstruction, danger, damage or injury to any user of the highway or a public place, that they commit an offence and are liable on summary conviction to a fine of $5,000 or to imprisonment for two years or both.

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Tuesday was not the first time Castries South East MP Guy Joseph read, from the STAR, history supportive of his position during a House debate.    Who would have thought that the drab, dull and damp affair that was Saint Lucia’s Tuesday morning weather, could have been the prelude to the utter chaos that ensued […]

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When young artists first come through the doors of Malfinis Film and Animation Studio Inc. in Castries, Managing Director Milton Branford is surprised at what he sees: “The first thing they draw is Japanese anime. None of them can draw themselves, Saint Lucians, the people in their communities. We do not tell our own stories enough.” Caribbean animators may not be well-versed in telling their own tales, but that’s set to change as the industry matures. Long neglected as a small niche within the cultural and creative industries, animation is now gaining new traction as established artists push for progress.

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For some time now, going back to the headier days of George Odlum and Peter Josie, House sessions have more than anything else been bad theater. There were also the choreographed sideshows in Constitution Park, mostly comical, a boon to visiting and native journalists alike. The show has never closed. Same tired old scripts, albeit performed by actors a lot less talented than their predecessors.

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