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It's been a busy week it seems, worldwide as well as locally, and it reflects in our latest issue of The STAR Newspaper. Another American legend has had accusations of inappropriate behaviour brought against him. A 6 year old unsolved murder resurfaces along with sexual assault cases and the disturbing details that surround them. The St. Lucia Labour Party continues on its quest to protest against St Jude's demolition. And, on the brighter side, 19 year old Kimani Melius makes it onto the West Indies Under 19 squad for the ICC Youth World Cup.
Also, did you catch this week's Special Tourism Edition of The STAR Businessweek? We have a special profile piece and some thorough analysis on current trends affecting the Caribbean's Tourism Industry. Read the 16 page issue here. This isn't an issue you want to miss!
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
Millennials, those born in the early to mid-80s, are coming of age - and they vacation very differently from their Gen X parents.
Sanovnik Destang is President of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) and Director and Regional Vice President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA).
Another legendary American figure bites the dust of eight women who complained last week of inappropriate behavior on his part four decades or so ago.
Gloria Greenwood was murdered in October 2011 in her home garden. Saint Lucia’s greenery, fertile soil, abundant sunshine and perfectly distributed rainfall was the visionary location ...
It would demand thinking, long and hard, to recall a time when women’s accusations of sexual assault or rape did not lead to victim-blaming and shaming.
By 1963 African Americans had long been free from the literal shackles of slavery but were still fettered by the limitations of inequality and oppression.
The St Lucia National Cricket Association (SLNCA) congratulate Kimani Melius on his selection to the West Indies Under 19 squad for the ICC Youth World Cup in New Zealand from January 13, 2018.