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Mon, 21 Apr 2014

Deconstructing Easter

St Lucians love to eat. Almost any life event can be tied back to some kind of food. Celebrating a birthday, inevitably you get a chorus of, ‘where’s the cake?’ Birth of a child? ’I passing for a drink.’ Funeral? … Continue reading

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Regional Police T20 Cricket Tournament underway here

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The Regional Police T20 Cricket Tournament bowled off here on Thursday with the Royal St Lucia Police Force supremely confident they can win it all. During a recent press conference at Police Headquarters (Chesterfield) attended by the top brass including … Continue reading

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Will bread and butter be taken from special police?

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The latest word floating around the corridors of government is that the contracts of several Special Police Constables have not been renewed. The official reason? Lack of funds. According to usually reliable informants, some twenty special officers were recently transferred … Continue reading

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Woman under police protection

A well-known Saint Lucian female who recently described herself as a tourism worker is said to be receiving protection from local law enforcement. The woman who appeared on the HTS news this week, complained to reporters of receiving death threats following … Continue reading

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A-M u s i n g s: Worth its weight in water!

The Prime Minister, quite rightly, has spoken: Our rivers must be protected, cared for, cleaned, and allowed to flow freely. In all likelihood, rivers have no feelings, and don’t really care what we do to them, or how badly we … Continue reading

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HOT Couture and the N.S.A: When two stories collide!

Saturday 19 April 2014 | Read Full Story →
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So it’s been a long day in a short week, and not every column can feature a reggae megastar. But these Dee’s Days, assignments come thick and fast while time is always at a premium, so I’ll take the chance … Continue reading

When will suspect politicians be judged in court?

Saturday 19 April 2014 | Read Full Story →
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  Politicians are so damn predictable—and tribal. Either you are obviously with them (better to say, one of them!) or deemed against them. The only loyalty they recognize is the loyalty of thieves. It is the kind of loyalty normally … Continue reading

Stroke of Genius!

Wednesday 16 April 2014 | Read Full Story →

  There’s nothing better than your first time, especially when it comes to achieving success. Add to that the characterization of underachiever and this success story now becomes a testimonial. This is the sentiment at the Grande Riviere Secondary School, … Continue reading

Artreach Continues Its Soul Searching

Wednesday 16 April 2014 | Read Full Story →
Joyce Auguste is presented with a bouquet by the grandson of Lady Lyn.

  The curtains came down on the performing arts component of Artreach on Sunday. The attendance: poor to say the least. Artreach, which is a national arts festival, is organized and produced by the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF). And, a … Continue reading

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