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The dredging fee/fund

By Victor E. Girard “Nothing is a We business until it reach crisis” - Boo As we begin a New Year, may I take this opportunity to wish the citizenry God’s...

A DEPUTY ESSENTIAL!!! SO TOO CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM!

By Earl Stephen Huntley St. Lucia’s model of government is inherited from and based on the British system of Westminster Parliamentary democracy. Under this system, the government of the country is...

A recommended grower action programme

I congratulate the St Lucia Ministry of Agriculture, Extension and Advisory Services Division of Agriculture, and Taiwan Technical Mission on the implementation of what is called a Farmer Field...

Chastanet: The role of government & opposition

Politics the world over includes the role of an opposition or oppositions as the case maybe, but the big question remains, how productive are oppositions when we witness on...

The reality of violence

By Michael Chastanet Violence is on the rise the world over with some nations fearing better than others based on various inbred cultures. On the other hand, with the lifestyle...

Historic visit by President of Chile

By: Dr Edsel Edmunds, OBE Former Ambassador of St Lucia to The UN, OAS and US I was pleased to read of the visit by President Michelle Bachelet of Chile to St....

Doctor Tennyson Joseph’s warped advice

By: Oswald Augustin – General Secretary UWP Dr. Tennyson Joseph a discredited politician by his own grass roots from the arts and crafts, fishing and agricultural village of Choiseul and...
educational-supplies

Textbooks or Tablets in School?

(By Marie Miguel) There is a huge debate going on in schools all across the country. It is not about violence, bullying, drugs, or similar issues. The debate is...

Saint Lucia’s national security in peril

The question was asked by Allen Chastanet in the 2016 general elections: “Has Kenny Anthony made Saint Lucia safer? He didn’t, but we will. He didn’t, but I will… this is...

Democracy (un) revealed in Saint Lucia

Democracy is often defined as government of the people, by the people, for the people. In many respects, the challenges of democracy have been both qualitative and quantitative to the...