Palpable fear is in the city atmosphere following the fatal shooting of well-known Wilton’s Yard resident Cheryl Clarke, who was shot on Brazil Street on Thursday. She died the next day. Three months ago Clarke’s husband, BJ, was also shot … Continue reading
According to the psychotherapist Jeffrey Kotter, males are less likely than women to use tears manipulatively. Moreover, men look more towards internal, as opposed to external cues, and cry over feelings that relate to their core identity as providers and … Continue reading
Saint Lucia has recorded another suicide. On Friday morning a 29-year-old man was found dead as a result of a suspected suicide. The body of Nicos Felix was discovered at his home in Sarrot, Bexon. An opposition MP who knew … Continue reading
Tourism could deliver even more economic and social returns to the Caribbean. That is the view of Regional Public Relations Manager for Sandals Resorts International in the Eastern Caribbean and recently nominated candidate for the main opposition United Workers Party … Continue reading
Calling all soca fans and lovers – It’s time to vote once again for your favourite soca act for the 2015 Carnival season. The People’s Monarch is back in 2015 with The Wave 94.5 & 93.7 FM giving the people … Continue reading
LIME is giving eight youths the opportunity to benefit from real-life work experience by becoming part of the LIME family via the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) Apprenticeship and Skills Training for Employment Initiative. This initiative is designed … Continue reading
Growth rate can be very deceptive, you know. I mean if you earn 10 dollars a day and they give you a 10% pay rise, you’ll get one dollar extra. But of course, if you earn 1,000 dollars a day, … Continue reading
You know, I wasn’t even going to bother waste my time reflecting on a recent reparations discussion that I was invited to, but I think I must; at least for the sake of those who are trying to convince the … Continue reading
More than a week after the European Union named 13 Caribbean countries among a list of 30 nations deemed as tax havens, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) grouping has taken strong objection to the European Union’s position. CARICOM said that it … Continue reading
At a popular Saturday night ‘fish-fry’, a mother approaches a group of Caucasian men, whom she assumes are non-locals, and offers to them her twelve year old virgin daughter for EC $500. A fifteen-year-old secondary school student confesses to his … Continue reading
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