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Last week, in light of recent killings, our reporters posed the timely question; will Saint Lucia see its highest murder toll in 2017? Frustrations rose as the court proceeding for Roger Pratt's case got adjourned once again. And, the competency of leaders to adequately address our nation's plights was brought into question. Read to find out more.
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Harnessing the economic potential of the Caribbean’s marine environment.
Although several sources have attributed to Lord Acton the axiom “power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” (1887) the consensus is that the English Catholic historian did not invent the idea.
We see many nations the world over in a time of huge political turbulence. Last year saw the shock decision of the UK’s Brexit vote‚ and in the US the election of Donald Trump to the White House.
A maladjusted teenager is suffering from a crisis of confidence. The teenage years, normally a socially awkward period, are proving particularly challenging.
With a heavy camera in my weak-handled handbag, along with a notebook and pen, and my phone silenced from home, I ventured to what I thought would have been my first High Court sitting as a reporter.
As an angry police officer at the courthouse described, “This system is so backward! They should be in communication with the man’s wife!
Saint Lucians appear to have a real love-hate relationship with our tourism Industry. No matter how good their reports, something about it just ruffles our feathers.