Welcome to December 11th's edition of The Star Weekly Digest where we deliver our top headlines directly to your inbox!
We had some loaded pieces in last week's issue of The STAR, including an in-depth analysis on Grenada's current political climate as the country awaits the establishment of an election date. Locally, Grynberg has once again resurfaced with statements from both the government and the opposition. Saint Lucia's Minister for Culture and Local Government highlighted the effects of political divide on culture, a new Airport Development Bill was passed and some 700 young people successfully graduated from the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College!
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
Prime Minister of Grenada Keith Mitchell will soon call an election that will see his governing New National Party (NNP) seek a second term following its election to office in 2013.
Transparency and compliance have become banking buzzwords in recent years. Pressure from global bodies such as the G20 have led to an era of regulatory restraint.
Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, at Tuesday’s House session, brushed aside some of the cobwebs from the undead Grynberg’s tomb. But is he prepared to take on the oilman’s local werewolves?
One of Rick Wayne’s favourite political recollections revisits a particular early Sunday morning several years ago, when he accompanied a friend then campaigning for a seat in parliament.
Days after the premature 2016 elections, ministries with strange-sounding names were assigned enthusiastic individuals by an uncommonly ebullient prime minister.
After standing on the roof of the Johnson’s Centre for what seemed an eternity, fixing gowns and hoods, reapplying make-up and fluffing and re-fluffing uncooperative hair, all in en-vogue ...
All bets for peace came to an abrupt end once Parliamentary Representative for Castries South the Hon. Dr. Ernest Hilaire got up to speak at Tuesday’s Sitting of the House of Assembly.