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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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Government Announces Plans for the Health Sector | The St. Lucia STAR
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Government Announces Plans for the Health Sector | The St. Lucia STAR

Prime Minister Allen Castanet addressing the nation this week on the so-called healthcare crisis.

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Molly and Ben demand justice for their suspiciously deceased baby | The St. Lucia STAR
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Molly and Ben demand justice for their suspiciously deceased baby | The St. Lucia STAR

To Holinda Arthur her second son was a special gift. A mother of three, her first son passed away three years ago.

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Prioritising Privacy | The St. Lucia STAR
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Prioritising Privacy | The St. Lucia STAR

The European Union’s sweeping new privacy law is changing the way Caribbean companies communicate with their overseas customers.

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When It Comes To Televised Queen Shows, Please Let There Be Light! | The St. Lucia STAR
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When It Comes To Televised Queen Shows, Please Let There Be Light! | The St. Lucia STAR

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.

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Chance for Discovery and Preparation | The St. Lucia STAR
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Chance for Discovery and Preparation | The St. Lucia STAR

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.

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Looking Beyond The Wall: The Caribbean and the US on Immigration | The St. Lucia STAR
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Looking Beyond The Wall: The Caribbean and the US on Immigration | The St. Lucia STAR

Last month was one of big contrasts for all nations throughout the New World.

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Will the bones of Saint Lucian Freedom Fighters Come Home Again? | The St. Lucia STAR
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Will the bones of Saint Lucian Freedom Fighters Come Home Again? | The St. Lucia STAR

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...

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