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In this week's digest, spotting an extensive resume, Cybelle Brown has been appointed Chief of Marketing at the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority. We have a thorough critic of Saint Lucia's Education system and another on the island's Justice system, with unsolved criminal cases as the focus. Get some budget insight in 'A Tale of Two Budgets'; a comparative piece on Trinidad and Tobago's economic roadmap against Saint Lucia's plans for growth. Saint Lucia has also been ranked second fastest growing Caribbean tourist Destination. The question "Has Prime Minister Allen Chastanet learned the lessons from history?" is posed And we have two new Athletes of the week!
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Earlier this month, Trinidad and Tobago released its 2018 budget statement outlining an austerity package that would require all citizens to make “a serious adjustment”.
We produced two Nobel laureates! That’s the knee-jerk reaction whenever the collective brain power of Saint Lucians is challenged.
The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has appointed Cybelle Brown as its new Chief Marketing Officer. Cybelle is a Saint Lucian who started her career in the Saint Lucian tourism business and propelled to
A politician is notable for his deceptions, writes Mitchell Ross in a 1978 essay. “Like an actor,” adds Ross, “he is an illusionist.
Throughout generations many would be familiar with the names Giselle Georges, Valerie Lorde, Verlinda Joseph, Cheryl Hunte, Trisha Dennis, Crystal St Omer, Mary Rackcliffe, and Chereece Benoit.
At a Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) meeting on October 18, SLTA Chairperson, Agnes Francis opened in a heavier tone than is normal for our tourism sector, noting the effects of Hurricanes Irma a
By virtue of the nature of the game commonly played in pairs at competitions, Joseph Albertie and Joseph Anthony emerged as our Athlete(s) of the Week.