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This week, unpack a carefully crafted edition of The STAR Businessweek which offers numerous tips on disaster preparedness and Caribbean recovery post hurricanes and other such destructive events. The featured information is fit for business owners, farmers and the every day person!
In other local news, Saint Lucia's Prime Minister has yet to offer any new information on the promised Grynberg investigation. Instead, Minister Guy Joseph recently addressed the matter at a pre-cab press briefing. Was it enough? You be the judge! Find these and other stories linked below!
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Hurricane Irma swept into the Caribbean on September 6, 2017.
When a disaster strikes or is set to arrive‚ the people of the Caribbean always turn their attention to what is most important.
One of the many promises by a campaigning Allen Chastanet in 2016 was to get to the bottom of the 17-year old Grynberg issue, centred on a 2000 controversial agreement between the Colorado oilman Jack Grynberg and then prime minister Kenny Anthony.
The inevitable pitfall is that farmers rely solely on natural resources and weather conditions. How does one save Mother Nature from herself?
A concerned citizen called a local radio program this week with a national complaint that long before the majority of today’s teenagers were born had been crying out for resolution.
Organisations and locals work together to magnify the importance of natural disaster mitigation.
Football experts agree that countries like ours, with minuscule populations, would be hard-pressed to send a team to football’s greatest event: the World Cup.