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Frenwell, Bananes Bay development, the EU blacklist and the Owen King EU hospital were at the center of our major stories this past weekend. Cousin of the late Saadia Byron also sort to shed some light on the gruesome murder which took place last November. These and more below!
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This year marks a decade since CARIFORUM joined with the European Union to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), a landmark piece of legislation that ushered in a new era of trade relations.
In a hardly surprising online response to a recent article in the STAR that was my reaction to a piece by the faceless Stephen Lester Prescott, Anthony Astaphan (further introduction unnecessary) ...
You’ve heard of them. You’ve maybe even heard them flying overhead. Buzzing about the region, and with it ushering in a quiet revolution for the future of business across the board.
I got a text from my cousin that she was missing from Thursday night. The last call that they got from her was around 8 o’clock. She said she was on a bus, on her way home.
In a series of events, which displayed the ambition of the Office of the Mayor of Castries City, His Worship Peterson Francis—Mayor of Castries City laid down his ideas for the upcoming year.
In a country where affordable, life saving medical treatment is scarce, word of a new, “state of the art” hospital conjures up feelings far greater than hope, as it did nine years ago.
For some the blacklisting of a country, sanctions under a Leahy Law, or how we are seen by investors, is not something that should be used as political fodder.