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Press Release:– The Cultural Development Foundation is partnering with key stakeholders to undertake a capacity development workshop in-line with the UNESCO’s global capacity-building strategy on safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage from March 25 to 29, 2019. The workshop, which is jointly organized by the Government of Saint Lucia represented by the Ministry of Tourism, Information, […]

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By Anthony L Hall And you have every reason to fear that another one might be in your midst, lying in wait to do the same. I explained why in commentaries like “New Normal Comes to New York City…,” October 21, 2017, and “Norway’s Timothy McVeigh Perpetrates National Massacre,” July 23, 2011. The latter includes […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders P.J. Patterson, the former prime minister of Jamaica, recently observed to an attentive audience in Washington, DC, the capital of the United States, that “We of the Caribbean should never allow our strategy to be dictated or determined by anyone else”, adding that “we live in no one’s backyard”. Those words […]

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By Ray Chickrie Guyana, which is poised to become a major oil and gas producer, should buy into ailing LIAT Airlines. When I say buy, I am suggesting that the government take a large stake in the airline. LIAT airline is in dire need of cash, and Guyana in the near future can sustain this […]

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By Hudson George I was born and raised in St Patrick parish, Grenada, and I always know that the unique volcanic pyramid-shaped mountain in the parish overlooking Levera lake is known as Piton Mountain because this is the name the older folks referred to it as. Now, I am hearing a different name given for […]

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Dear Sir: Haiti’s lower chamber after several months of social turmoil is forcing the Jean Henry Céant government to resign. It gives a fresh opportunity to President Jovenel Moise to choose a new prime minister and form a new government that might bring relief to the masses of the Haitian people that live in complete […]

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