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We've just dived into a brand new week post a particularly long weekend, but here's what you may have missed:
While you may have never considered turning your waste to wealth, we're here to tell you, you just may be sitting on a gold mine! Read on the possibilities in our latest issue of The STAR Businessweek. In other news, local police came forward last week demanding ongoing IMPACS case see its due time in court. And, Saint Lucia's opposition leader's recent healthcare claims recently raised a collective, islandwide eyebrow. Find these stories and more 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
How innovators in the private sector are helping solve the Caribbean’s waste crisis.
Travis Chicot, president of the PWA, is urging the authorities either to prosecute over IMPACS or clear the dark clouds over the heads of affected police officers and their families.
Can Philip J. Pierre emerge from under the huge dark cloud that envelopes him? Will he remain “just a boy whose intentions are good?”
Three weeks ago, families who lost their loved ones in the Coolie Town incident in March of this year, voiced their displeasure with the way the issue was being handled, especially the lack of communication on the part of the authorities.
Coolie Town holds its collective breath as police announce that investigations related to the mysterious deaths of four residents are ongoing.
The government of Saint Lucia will soon be operationalizing an eGov initiative designed to increase the accessibility of government services to citizens through the use of ICT technologies.
Dr. Stephen King: he could write volumes about Saint Lucia’s healthcare crisis, going back to 1997!