Incase you missed this weekend's publication, here we are again with another edition of The Star Weekly Digest, where we deliver our top headlines directly to your inbox!
We had some pretty heavy hitters in our BusinessWeek issue; Are you up to date on Applyby's 13 million document leak and its relevance to the Caribbean? Did you know that Saint Lucia’s property portfolio is reported as seeing movement, especially in its mid-level inventory?
In local news, did George Odlum’s warnings fall on deaf ears? As the number of homicides in Saint Lucia rose to 54 this weekend, the brother of Saadia Brown shared his finals moments with his sister and what her gruesome, untimely death means for their family. National Security Minister Hermangild Francis shared the next moves for IMPACS. And, get up to speed on Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet’s resent visit and address at COP23 in Germany. These and more in this week’s newsletter!
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 Paradise Papers is the name given to the leak of over 13 million documents from Appleby, a law firm and provider of corporate services headquarters.
Still in recovery following the global financial crisis, Saint Lucia’s property sector is climbing out of its slump, with growth at the middle of the market. If you are looking to purchase property...
Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it: In the mid-70s the late foreign affairs minister George Odlum issued his own warning to local politicians!
Members of her family were haunted by rumours of her demise long before the half-naked body of Saadia Byron was discovered just yards from her Laborie home.
On Friday this week the year’s homicide rate jumped to 53, surpassing that of 2011 by one. An unidentified, masked male was discovered in San de Fay and transported to Victoria Hospital.
According to the United Nations, when the 2017 UN Climate Change Conference opened on Monday November 13 , it was with the aim of launching nations towards the next level of ambition needed to tackle global warming...
Victims of rape and other sexual assault, one way or another, are often further victimized in court. All too frequently they are required to answer why they didn’t run away, scream or just say no.