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In the news: Prime Minister Allen Chastanet announced Government plans for the Healthcare sector during a nationwide address while cases like that of Molly and Ben's deceased baby highlight the urgency with which we need to fix the mess that festers at our local hospitals; The EU data protection and its effects on Caribbean businesses also took center stage along with National Carnival Queen Show setbacks and the ever-persistent sargassum invading our shores! Find these stories and more below!
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Prime Minister Allen Castanet addressing the nation this week on the so-called healthcare crisis.
To Holinda Arthur her second son was a special gift. A mother of three, her first son passed away three years ago.
The European Union’s sweeping new privacy law is changing the way Caribbean companies communicate with their overseas customers.
To hear the president of the Saint Lucia Hotel & Tourism Association tell it, what pulls the majority of visitors to our simply beautiful shores is not the magical combination of sun, sea and sand.
Denver Fanus has fished off the Micoud docks since he was a child. Over 20 years in the business, he has never been forced to take such measures as he must now to get his job done.
Last month was one of big contrasts for all nations throughout the New World.
So weighty was Ben Bousquet’s activism for the black and immigrant population in Notting Hill, London that some 20 years after a profound discovery...