We have done it again! Here we are with another edition of The STAR Weekly Digest; our top headlines delivered right to your inbox!
First on our list; let's take a long, hard look at investment and the Caribbean's economic climate. In the same vein, the Desert Star Holdings project is underway in Saint Lucia and no one seems more ready than the Prime Minister!
Additional stories; Will the benefits of technology on education ever materialize in the region? One local mental health patient recounts her harrowing experience at the island's clinics. Do we really understand what good leadership looks like? And, as time passes, do things change for the better or for the worse?
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
The economic lifeblood of the Caribbean or a grossly inequitable system where profits are funnelled offshore and the benefits rarely trickle down?
The longest running sporting event in the United States is the Kentucky Derby. The first installment of the event was held in 1875—143 years ago!
The way in which we live and do business is rapidly changing in 2018, and the next frontier for rapid evolution is education.
People with mental health issues say it’s difficult to receive adequate and relevant help in Saint Lucia.
We seem to have reached a stage in our reluctant evolution where politics takes precedence over everything, including economics and common sense.
Usually with frothing mouths, we are sometimes moved to remind our elected officials that we placed them in parliament to serve in our collective best interests—and never without the permission of the majority.
Anyone strolling or driving along the streets of Beausejour, Gros Islet is likely to come across young boys on bicycles hurriedly en route to some mysterious location.