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IMPACT Justice Workshop To Discuss IMPACT Justice Update To CARICOM Sexual Harassmentent Bill


The Canadian Government-funded project Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean (IMPACT Justice) is hosting a workshop to discuss its update of the CARICOM Model Sexual Harassment Bill. The CARICOM Bill was drafted in 1996. IMPACT Justice, which is a … Continue reading

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Commemoration of “International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women”

NO! To violence against women

Commemoration of “International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women” is scheduled for Wednesday November 25th, 2015. In our continued efforts to bring public awareness to violence against women and children, Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia joins the rest … Continue reading

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Police Officer assaulted with firearm during traffic check

Police are held at gunpoint

On Monday, November 23, 2015 about 5:20 p.m. officers attached to the Traffic Unit were on mobile patrol in Balata, Babonneau area when they signaled motor car registration number PJ 5391 to stop. The driver of the said vehicle complied … Continue reading

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Reggae Artiste Nelly Stharre Found Dead in Dominica

Nelly Stharre

ROSEAU, Dominica, Aug 20 2015 – Dominican reggae artiste Nelly Raffoul, who uses the stage name “Nelly Stharre”, was found dead here Wednesday evening. Sources have confirmed to Caribbean News Service (CNS) that Stharre’s burnt remains were among two bodies … Continue reading

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Commissioner ordered to protect PM’s alleged police spies from Operation Restore Confidence task force! – Francois Parties with Police Pals!

Writings on the Wall: by Rick Wayne

Retired police commissioner and twice STAR Person of the Year Vernon Francois certainly isn’t crying over spilled milk or, for that matter, over what the prime minister spilled during a televised address on the evening of 8 March this year—including … Continue reading

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Police celebrate Police Week by seeking to “Bridge the Gap” with the public

The RSLPF is stepping up efforts to improve the perception of the force during Police Week.

“Bridging Today’s Gap Through Stronger Police Interaction” is the theme for this year’s Police Week. And despite being surrounded by dark clouds following the prime minister’s revelations of a “damning” IMPACS report, the programme of activities is intended to bring … Continue reading

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2Nite Pin Up – Gibson Charles is the proud product of the Bocage Secondary and the Gama Learning Institute, where he earned a certificate for data operations. The last of a brood of five, he grew up in Gros Islet, … Continue reading

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STAR publisher declares porn horrible!

Father Linus Clovis: He went with Rick Wayne where no priest has gone before!

With the recent spike in reported cases of rape in Saint Lucia, outspoken Catholic priest Fr. Linus Clovis had his say on the matter. He blamed the incidents on easy access to pornography by young people and children. Clovis said … Continue reading

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Walcott introduces author of Magpiety!

SHE Caribbean publisher and STAR MD Mae Wayne with 
Nobel laureate Derek Walcott.

Never before had I encountered a more animated and excited Derek Walcott. Our only living Nobel laureate was clearly in his element on Wednesday evening when he played host at a book launch, at Jambe Du Bois on Pigeon Island. … Continue reading

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“Oscar”, a true inspiration!


“Oscar”, who was born as Kirk Peter, is a Lucian lyricist, rapper and musical inspiration, contributing not only through the arts, but leaving a mark through his music and overall life example. He communicates his poignant life journey through his … Continue reading

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A.M.M.A – A modeling agency casting call

Some of the A.M.M.A. Models.

If you are interested in the modeling, fashion and promotion field, and looking for guidance, then you are in luck: A.M.M.A. reopened castings effective November 18th. Interested persons must submit a full body image and a headshot to or … Continue reading

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A Constitution can be written on the Back of a Postage Stamp

It is to be noted that that fundamental principle of ‘distributive justice’ 
in our constitution came after an affirmation of “faith in the supremacy of the Almighty God”, the first principle in the Preamble.

God Almighty first framed a constitution. He made it in the form of Ten Commandments inscribing them with His own finger on two tablets of stone. There is no better template. The same were stamped on the fleshy tablets of … Continue reading

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$22,000 richer, thanks to Furniture and Electrical Giant, Courts!

Mr Vincent Vaval - Winner of Courts & Whirlpool $22,000 cash

Customers of local furniture and appliance superstore Courts are beginning to experience the true meaning of Christmas . . . and they are loving it! The company launched its first of three Christmas promotions in September dubbed ‘Game On at … Continue reading

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Four Southern Pre-Schools hosted as Special Guests at Coconut Bay

Pre-schoolers with teachers, hotel staff 
and Coconut Bay mascots.

Students and teachers from four Early Childhood Development Centres in the south were guests of Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa’s management and staff on Wednesday 18th November, 2015, two days ahead of the United Nations Universal Children’s Day observance. … Continue reading

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This is why the Paris attacks have gotten more news coverage than other terrorist attacks

Sara Syeda lights one of a group of candles spelling the word humanity on Nov. 14 during a candlelight vigil in support of the victims of the Paris attacks and Beirut bombings at the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn. Mich. (Steve Perez/Detroit News via AP)

It seemed like the world stopped. News outlets devoted nonstop coverage to the terrorist attack in Paris. Many people changed their Facebook or Twitter profile pictures to show solidarity with France. Why this attack? Why didn’t the suicide bombs the … Continue reading

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UWP Convention: The highs and lows

A jolly looking Stephenson King, with Egbert Andrew, sat with constituency delegates at the UWP convention last Sunday.

First, the bottom line: At the United Workers Party’s 39th annual convention last Sunday, Allen Chastanet, for the third consecutive time, easily strutted off with the position of political leader! Guy Mayers was elected party chairman; Gale Rigobert, deputy leader. … Continue reading

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