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Canadian National Charged

On Monday, March 2, 2015, 33 year old, Sahab Jamshidi was formerly charged for the offence of Causing Death by Gross Negligence or Recklessness. Jamshidi, a Canadian National was arrested by Police in connection with the drowning death of 4 … Continue reading

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Star Newspaper 28 February 2015

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From 1971 to 2015: How far have we come?


I had only recently set up residence in New York in the early Sixties when I eagerly accepted an invitation to lunch on a Saturday with my publisher and mentor Joe Weider, alas now dearly departed. Afterward, he purposefully offered … Continue reading

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Sports & Health Inc 28 February 2015

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2nite Magazine 28 February 2015

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Boundaries Commission v Guy Joseph Have instructions returned to plague the inventor?


In January 1992 House Speaker Wilfred St. Clair Daniel, chairman of the Constituency Boundaries Commission, invited Thomas Walcott, chairman of the opposition Labour Party, to a meeting “for the purpose of receiving certain proposals that a member desires to submit … Continue reading

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Is Revenge Porn Too Hot For Lawmakers?

While we wait for updated laws to deal with Cyber-bullying and “Revenge Porn” we need to open up the discussion by talking to our boys and men and letting them know that it is not OK to abuse the trust of someone they are intimate with. They need to be held accountable and we need to stop victim-blaming and empathize with our women and advise them on making better choices.

It was in 2006 that photographs of copulating Saint Lucian women and men (the men’s faces always out of camera range) went viral. We were not yet hooked on Facebook. BBM, MSN Messenger and Hotmail were still quite popular and … Continue reading

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Spate of Holiday Drownings -Renewed Calls for Lifeguards


This year alone, four people have drowned at our local beaches. Following the most recent drowning on Sunday, there have been renewed calls for greater vigilance on our beaches. Increasingly people having been pleading with the government to take seriously … Continue reading

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Mary Stays!


Embattled CSA President Mary Isaac will remain as President. The verdict was delivered on Thursday when members voted, in a unanimous decision, to allow Mary Isaac and her executive team to continue to serve the organization. There had been calls … Continue reading

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Digicel Appoints New Country Manager


Digicel, in keeping with its mandate of employee development and growth, today announced the promotion of Holly Hughes-McNamara to Regional CEO for St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada, and Siobhan James-Alexander to the position of Digicel St. … Continue reading

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