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Incase you missed us over the weekend: We took a good, long look at the Caribbean's growing Green-Tech movement which has already taken off but we pose the question; has it hit its stride?
Furthermore, for some in Saint Lucia the words hospital and privatization do not belong in the same sentence, even when it comes off the lips, as a recommendation, of EU based healthcare fund donors! And, in other local news a pressing question arises after the resurgence of a 50 year long land dispute; What did the father of the nation sacrifice in the name of development? Find these stories and more below!
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- The STAR Newspaper Editorial Team
An artist from Jamaica who is developing construction material from recyclables. Farmers from Saint Lucia pioneering a ‘climate smart’ greenhouse.
The government claims it is exploring advice proffered by the funders of the OKEU project. Will this result in the long awaited full operation of the pictured facility?
Something I read or heard someone say on TV (rest assured it was not local television!) sent me searching for Henry Hazlitt.
The Jerome Montoute Drive runs across the site of the beachfront property that once belonged to its namesake.
Guyana has struck oil, and oil is worth a lot of money. Yet in many ways Guyana’s future has never been more uncertain.
The top teams and outstanding cricketers in the inaugural Sandals Under 19 Cricket Cup, were honored at a prize giving ceremony Monday afternoon at Sandals Halcyon.
I have lost count of the times I’ve heard it said: We come into the world bearing different, sometimes unique, gifts.