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Here's a synopsis of what is in store in this week's digest; A new study to be published by the Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) has revealed that 51% of Saint Lucians are in favour of legalizing Marijuana. Kenny Anthony "declared war" at the Saint Lucia Labour Party's annual conference of delegates. St. Jude remained a major topic of discussion last week, this time with input from minister Guy Joseph. Following the death of another Saint Lucian by suicide, Consultant Psychiatrist at the National Wellness Centre, Dr Julius Gilliard gave some insight on Mental Health. Taiwan recently held celebrations in Saint Lucia to honor its 106th National day! And, did you know 58% of the world's 195 countries, including the territories of the English-speaking Caribbean retain the death penalty? Read on how talks on the death penalty resurfaced this week in the article "Sun, Sand, Sea and Death". Last, but certainly not least, we have a new athlete of the week; Andrew Norbert!
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Contrary to the Caribbean’s reputation for being a cornucopia of cannabis consumption, policymakers throughout the region have largely maintained a stiff upper lip on the drug’s legal status. Over the
He kicked off his address with a clear recollection of what conceivably was the most memorable day of his life.
Presently, 58 of the world’s 195 countries retain the death penalty, among them Japan, Indonesia, India, the United States, and the territories of the English-speaking Caribbean.
Imagine looking out of your window on an especially bright morning to see a headless body dangling from the end of a rope attached to a neighbour’s roof. That was the nightmare several Corinth residen
At a press conference hosted on Thursday 5 October, 2017 Prime Minister Allen Chastanet addressed the media and nation about the pressing issues affecting the country. St Jude Hospital was inevitably
This is not the first time, and I assure you based on his success in cycling, it certainly will not be the last time Andrew appears on this page.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) celebrated in grand style its 106th National Day this year.