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Former Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) President, Doctor Virginia Albert Poyotte, has supported a move to eventually abolish corporal punishment in schools here next year. But her support is conditional. The veteran educator told St Lucia Times that she welcomes the idea. “I think it is a very good move, on condition that having arrived […]

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When it comes to global retail markets, Caribbean brands are too often overlooked. In fact, even the famous brands like Bacardi aren’t widely known as being Caribbean brands. However, despite an initially low market share, more and more of the country’s companies are growing, expanding overseas and bringing their products to a global stage. Here, […]

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By Youri A Kemp Taiwan, whose official name is the Republic of China, is a sovereign state which espouses the universal values of democracy, freedom, respect of human rights and the rule of law. Hence any policy that may affect the well-being of the state shall be approved by its citizens. On the other hand, […]

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By Dr Neals J. Chitan Despite the exuberance, glamour, precision and sophistication of the wedding day, as far as the couple is concerned, the honeymoon is the crescendo of the whole marriage experience. It’s the time devoted to spending quality moments together celebrating the journey through dating, courting and planning, while intimately demonstrating the bliss […]

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Dear Sir: Sometime ago I wrote about the petroleum find in Guyana and given the state of our planet, climate change, global warming, sea level rise etc. I suggested that the petroleum should be left in the ground. However with the immediate need for money, for the rents that will accrue from the foreign exploitation […]

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