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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...

Timely responses critical

For years on end, the nature of politics here at home has continually disintegrated in terms of perception but more importantly, the world at large seems to be experiencing...

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...
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Explore the Top Benefits of Using USB-C Hub for MacBook

(From Contributor Trudy Seeger) USB-C is supposed to be the latest rage and an emerging standard meant for charging, as well as, transferring data. At present, it is used...

Impact of BREXIT on the Caribbean’s tourism industry: By: Wilson Jn. Baptiste

The immediate impact of BREXIT on the Caribbean’s tourism sector may not be a reduction of arrivals from the UK to the Caribbean resorts. The impact may have to...
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Nomination Day supersedes the ‘Sabbath’

It has become indisputable that hypocrisy and ignorance is commonplace in both the United Workers Party (UWP) and the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), who make substantial decisions for...

National priorities defy convention in St Lucia

The key issues of political change, socio economics and preservation of the environment will return to Saint Lucia's House of Assembly on Tuesday, June 20, as debate resumes on...
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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...

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...

Symbolism & Saint Lucian imagination!

BY HARVEY CENAC All religions in the history of the world have made use of symbolism, for every religious movement has attempted to express man’s basic experience of the holy...