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Zombie at early morning mass !

by Lorraine Glace If you have been following my ramblings on DBS, you will know that early mornings and I are not very good friends.   Dawn is not my favorite...

What causes school shootings?

The same questions are asked after each mass shooting on American soil. Shock. Panic. Horror. We struggle with strife and strain to search for answers to keep our children...

A Tide in the Affairs of Men – The Regional Private Sector Must Act...

A little over a month ago I attended two meetings in Europe, and they both underscored the necessity for the Caribbean private sector to urgently reconstitute a representative body...

March Madness: Coincidence or Collusion?

By George Wednesday September 6, the SLMDA writes a letter to the Labour Ministry, informing it of doctors’ intention to take industrial action. Thursday September 7, most Customs Officers go...

“Do you understand how Crime and violence prevent business expansion and economic growth?

by  Seth Ampadu, Superintendent Minister - Methodist Church Do we as people want to live in poverty? Are we satisfied about the economic situation in our country? Do we want to live...

The Irrational Opposition To The Parker Contract Part II

By George As I hinted at in Part I of this piece, much of the consternation surrounding this contract centres on the absolute misinformation being circulated from “certain corners”; that...
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Saint Lucia government’s naked self promotion

If it is completely uncomfortable that “we are overtaxed” and “basically the country is in a mess”, the government of Saint Lucia certainly highlighted this by the compulsive utterances of...
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Of Dolphins and Decency

In situations of great stress in captivity they (dolphins) have been known to commit suicide by starvation, battering against walls, or drowning.—The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th Edition 2001-05. When you consider...

Politically incorrect and sane

by Dr. Andre R. L. Matthew MD Concerned Citizen Many in attendance at last Sunday's protest march, were disheartened and stunned. Fear mongering, calumny and character assassination were in abundance. Disappointingly, in...
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Other than snobbery, what else is at stake?

Saint Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), said, “I sincerely hope that our efforts during the early decades of...