Please see below for The Star’s Weekly Digest, a collection of some of our top headline stories from the August 26th newspaper.
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-The Star Editorial Team
When Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet touched down at Hewanorra International Airport on Thursday this week there were few here who truly understood the real purpose of her visit.
A recent article in this newspaper entitled ‘Student Sex Tapes and Wall-to-Wall Cover-ups’ addressed some of the problems confronting the island’s schools, public and private. Reference was made to an
Bordelais has been featured in plentiful news items for the past few months relating to shootings, violence, suicide attempts and escapes.
George Odlum, may he rest in peace, was never tired of reminding his inner circle that enlightened British citizens helped finance their writers, poets, and painters – those they regarded as dreamers,
Talk to some people about “network marketing”, and they’ll tell you it’s the best thing since cocoa tea – an opportunity to achieve a level of financial independence that many people only dream about.