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We have something special coming up next week! Now that the season is upon us, we will be dedicating an entire issue of The STAR Newspaper and The STAR Businessweek to hurricanes and disaster preparedness. Look out for these unique issues which will be packed with tips and information on how you can improve your post disaster resilience for both your homes and businesses!
Already half of June is behind us and so, for those who beg the question – 'What have Saint Lucia & the region been up to?' We have the answers– as usual! Well, according to observations an agricultural revolution is underway in the Caribbean; Teo Ah Khing's partially owned 'Justify' makes history and a local concert going awry raises security concerns. Find these stories and more linked below!
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
In the past, successful farmers relied on the land, the weather, their instincts and a little bit of luck. Thanks to a boom in ‘green technology’ there are now a lot more tools at their disposal.
Prior to June 9, only twelve horses in the history of American thoroughbred horse racing had captured the coveted Triple Crown.
Even millennials (oblivious as are so many of anything that predates their arrival) are likely to have heard about the long ago event that changed the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 started on Thursday and usually around this time the catchy theme songs, opening ceremonies and social media excitement make Caribbean people wish we had a competing team.
Vintage recordings and stories about a once-upon-a-time Saint Lucia can be haunting. Last week Friday, before a cheque presentation related to Walcott Place, organisers aired the documentary The Walcott Brothers.
Natural disasters are heart wrenching and expensive. Yet we can never shrink away from discussing them. Doing so only compounds their problems, but growing awareness and dialogue around them can help reduce their impact.
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Young Leaders Programme was established to encourage community development by challenging students to implement sustainable projects to benefit their communities, while developing leadership skills and teamwork.