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CHOC BAY-GROS ISLET ROAD IMPROVEMENTS LOAN AGREEMENT SIGNED

Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Hon. Dr Kenny Anthony (third from left) with OFID Director-General Suleiman J Al-Herbish and representatives from The Gambia, Togo, Zambia, Cameroon, and Bangladesh.

The Castries-Gros Islet highway and secondary roads in Gros Islet are set for major redevelopment in the coming months, following the signing of a loan agreement earlier this week between the Government of Saint Lucia and the OPEC Fund for … Continue reading

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She may not be Mother Teresa but local educator comes close!

Basilla Joseph is a Saint Lucian educator who believes “no child should be left behind.” Not only does she talk the particular talk, but she also walks the walk. Joseph is the principal of the Special Education Centre in Vieux … Continue reading

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The Discrimination Smokescreen

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All morally and ethically grounded persons around the world have been stunned by the current historic ruling of the US Supreme Court to approve gay marriages over all fifty states. Here in Trinidad and Tobago we are still reeling under … Continue reading

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SAINT LUCIA HIGH COMMISSIONER CELEBRATES STUDENT SUCCESS IN LONDON

Young students of St Lucia at the reception in London.

On Friday June 26th, 2015, Saint Lucia’s High Commissioner in London, Ernest Hilaire, hosted an elegant reception at his office to congratulate the 41 recipients of the full tuition scholarships offered by the BPP University, in collaboration with the British … Continue reading

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PRIME MINISTER AWARDS TRICIA CHEONG FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

On Thursday, June 25, 2015, Tricia Cheong was presented with the “Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony Award for Excellence” for her outstanding performance in the 2014 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. Cheong was the top performer at the Vieux … Continue reading

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GRYNBERG! ‘A Constitutional Crisis!’ When tyranny, corruption and oppression become law in a country it’s only a matter of time before some level(s) of revolution (usually not democratic) erupts to shed the blood necessary to cleanse the land of these … Continue reading

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Tell of my Love to the Islands – The Untold Story of Kenneth David John

Back in 1998 prime minister Kenny Anthony and his Cabinet colleagues mourned the passing of Kenneth David John and vowed to pay the hero a fitting tribute. Seventeen years later it would take the courage of the MP for Babonneau, Alvina Reynolds, to inspire memorializing John.

Often, the real stories occur behind the scenes. Often they are carelessly edited or discarded as unnecessary footage, despite their power and potential influence. Often they are the forgotten chronicles that might’ve spoken to hearts; inspired positive thoughts—subdued hatred. I … Continue reading

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A-M u s i n g s

Musings are thoughts, the thoughtful kind. For the purpose of these articles, a-musings are thoughts that might amuse, entertain and even enlighten.                                                                                       That Time of the Month Okay, Guys, time for a little chat about Life, the Universe and … Continue reading

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Have we turned into the Land of Manumuss?

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  It can hardly be a surprise that a woman bold enough to challenge the long entrenched rules of the public service has found herself under attack by the very people who should be most supportive of her demonstrated courage. … Continue reading

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Star Newspaper, 27 June 2015

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