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Well, football fever is in the air! As FIFA World Cup 2018 continues, plans for a 2022 American World Cup are already underway– It's only right that we consider what these developments mean for the Caribbean. In other news, the most recent OECS meeting held in Saint Lucia gave way to several headlines; Sparks fly when Calypso and Politics meet at the crossroads and the anniversary of the famous Castries fire of 1948 unveils the inadequacies of Saint Lucia's current emergency services. Find these stories and more linked below!
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Right now is a major time in the world of football, aka soccer (and hereafter called football to keep fans of ‘the beautiful game’ happy).
You just can’t beat experience. And trust St. Vincent & the Grenadines prime minister Ralph Gonsalves to drive the point forcefully home at...
The 90s into the early 2000s were my unforgettable and paramount years, as a certified “feter” and applied student of mas and culture in the land of steelband and calypso, Trinidad and Tobago.
On June 14, after an extended absence, the United Workers Party returned to the William Peter Boulevard.
Air traffic is vital to island economies but getting (and keeping) carriers interested requires careful coordination and negotiation.
A recent nighttime party at Cas-en-Bas beach drew some 2,000 thrill seekers. Hours afterward there were muted reports of sexual assaults, theft, robbery, sand mining and litter left behind.
Seventy years ago a fired-up coal iron was left unattended in the wooden confines of a tailor’s shop in Castries.