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A Response to Dr Augier’s Economic Warning: “We are in trouble!”

Article by Alvin Ernest: Bravo Mr Augier! Finally someone with original thought on Caribbean economics, and a focus on the real “truth” of improving life for St Lucians. Such...
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Weight loss by overcoming your desires and following the Paleo Diet Plan

(Article by Gracy Liura) Saying “I want to lose weight” is easy, however, those who wish to lose weight tend to forget that words alone cannot make you cut...
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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...

W.I. Cricket: “No One Cares Any More”

By Delroy Alexander Chairman Sacred Sports Foundation Inc. St. Lucia There was a time, long ago when the West Indies cricket team really mattered to me. As a youngster growing up in...

Francis: No more window dressing

No more window dressing – the minimalist approach to reforming the Justice System/ Legal System needs to be dispensed with. The days when the CROWN, the State (where the CROWN...

Cyber laws and individual rights

By Felicia Browne With racy photos and screenshots circulating the internet like wildfire and political temperaments are rising, many users are now concerned with the privacy of their conversations, texts...

AN EC DOLLAR TRIBUTE TO SIR DWIGHT

THE ORANGE BANNER  (Orange is a blend of red and yellow uniting them in a vibrant new colour) By Earl Stephen Huntley Since his sudden and unexpected passing away on 22nd...
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Asian thoroughbreds to bankroll St Lucia

Financial perspectives are crucial; as such, theorists ought to be knowledgeable in thought and action, particularly when coupled with authority for public policy.  According to minister in the ministry of...
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Bait and switch crony capitalism: A race to more exploitation

It’s the time of year when wallets are opening and cheerfulness is expressed. In the midst of this, oftentimes the commodity advertised as very good value or a real...
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The undeniable facts remain; St Lucia is in a state of mass hysteria

Right now, I’d say the narrative of change and changing of the guard is so pervasive that it has created an existential hysteria in Saint Lucia; the over reliance...