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Did you know? – Tourism ain't always about raking in the big bucks! Consider the downside to the multi-million dollar industry in our headlining piece: The Dark Side of Tourism: Mo' People Mo' Problems.
In other, local news: A House session was scheduled for Tuesday, May 22 but outside the old parliament building, citizens had other plans; to execute planned protests! Meanwhile, a STAR reporter being denied access to the parliament session raised important questions about prejudice regulations and the dress code! Furthermore, is a land dispute at the heart of Saint Lucia's 10th homicide? And, Banane's Bay surgery is underway! These stories and more featured below!
That's all for this week. As always, thank you for supporting quality journalism and our mission of Bringing The Truth To Light!
- The STAR Newspaper Editorial Team
As the Caribbean’s number one industry grows, so does the burden on infrastructure, the environment and precious resources.
A reporter for this newspaper was prevented from entering the chamber during a recent House session.
The notion that ‘the more things change, the more they remain the same’ is apparently not one that Mayor Peterson Francis is prepared to have associated with him.
St Jude Hospital has, since June 6, 2016, become a heavy tug-of-war rope in the hands of the incumbent United Workers Party on one side and the Saint Lucia Labour Party on the other.
Net neutrality (NN) is a hot button issue within the global tech community at present. In fact, to many it’s the hot button issue.
Desruisseaux was the setting for a deadly home invasion last week.
Last week I wrote that politics has the power to transform a people and society for better.