All was ago for Therold Prudent and the LPM team until later today, when he realized that key players for the march may have been absent due to persistent, heavy rains this morning throughout the island. The LPM has postponed … Continue reading
Despite some morning showers, the Lucian People’s Movement (LPM) is counting on Saint Lucians to show up in large numbers for a protest march scheduled for today Thursday October 8, 2015. The STAR spoke with party leader Therold Prudent about … Continue reading
A Forty-year old man who was reported missing in September has returned home. Hilarius Springer of Balata, Babonneau returned to his dwelling house on Tuesday, October 6, 2015. He was reported to be missing by his wife, Ketura Springer who … Continue reading
To borrow from the real estate mavens: “Location, location, location.” It turns out that the notion holds true when planning a wedding. Suffice it to say that not for nothing is our chunk of paradise, with its exotic beauty, unspoiled … Continue reading
With Therold Prudent padded up for action, the nation faces the big question: is the captain of the Looshan People’s Movement ready to score off the spin bowlers, red and yellow? With so many claiming “we ready for change!” can … Continue reading
It is unlikely anyone will have forgotten the hoopla when in October 2014 Assistant Commissioner of Police Frances Henry was boosted to the post of Acting Deputy Commissioner—the first local female police officer to have attained such status. For many, … Continue reading
PM, Senate Prez reveal cops-businessmen conspiracy to remove Kenny Anthony! This matter would be utterly laughable if the potential implications weren’t deadly serious. However, I couldn’t help having a good laugh while reading certain parts, especially Claudius ‘Einstein’s’ sublime mastery … Continue reading
Musings are thoughts, the thoughtful kind. For the purpose of these articles, a-musings are thoughts that might amuse, entertain and even enlighten. Does anyone out there still remember Buddy Holly? He was the singing hero of my teenage years and … Continue reading
Our nation is choking on the noxious fumes of hearsay and cant. Casualties include once discerning citizens no longer capable of treating idle talk with palpable contempt and derision. But then in these trying topsy-turvy days of miracles and wonder … Continue reading
Courts St. Lucia, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development and Labour, hosted its seventh annual “Courts Schools Reading Competition” under the esteemed patronage of Her Excellency, Dame Pearlette Louisy, The Governor General of St. Lucia; the … Continue reading
FLOW and TEPA Support Local Businesses
First Citizens Investment Services Brightens Up Cul de Sac Daycare Centre!
ECTEL Issues Statement on the Blocking of OTT Services
Digicel Changes the Lives of St. Lucians with a RED HOT Summer
Digicel provides over 20 School Scholarships to Common Entrance Students
Children participating in Summer Arts program.