Welcome to October’s first edition of The Star Weekly Digest. Each week we’ll collect our top headlines and deliver them directly to your inbox. No nonsense—just facts!
Vieux Fort is back in the news this week, except this time it’s not for horse racing or hospitals but for the Blackheart Football Championship! The community of Choiseul is anxious about a new hotel development coming to their area—in particular, they’re frustrated about the misinformation that’s been circulating about the project. Also, be sure to read about the cold case murder investigation into the death of a Bisee woman, and her family’s plea to investigators.
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Recent weeks have proved once again just how vulnerable the Caribbean is to hurricanes. Hurricane Irma caused immense damage throughout the Caribbean and North America.
Vieux Fort South is about to find out what’s easier – winning a title or successfully defending it. The Southerners are once again in the Blackheart/SLFA Knockout Football Tournament finals, after def
Simon Leandra Garnier was slaughtered in 2012 on her way home from a Constituency meeting. Justice has still not been served.
One can easily appreciate the creation of employment opportunities in a country with an unemployment rate slowly inching to 22%.
The long awaited St Lucia National Cricket Association (SLNCA) Division One Final will be played this weekend at the Mindoo Phillip Park.
The topic may well be regarded as appropriate for an ‘end-of-times’ sermon, in light of the severe hurricanes that recently visited the Caribbean and the US, claiming lives.
It was the battle of the sounds in all senses, as speaker heads convened at the Philip Marcelin Grounds in Vieux Fort last Sunday, for Sound Wars, Annihilation edition. The event, organised by the St.