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This week we delved into the ins and outs of laptop diplomacy; a particularly relevant issue in Saint Lucia. We also had some uncommon occurrences at last week's episode of the Saint Lucia Labour Party's weekly press briefings. In other news; the island's sexual assault victim count rises and, the families of three missing Saint Lucians speak out once again, after two years of waiting. These stories and more 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
Laptop Diplomacy is a buzzword often bandied about in diplomatic circles. It’s also an issue particularly near and dear to our Saint Lucia.
I want the member for Castries South to know, through you Mr. Speaker, that the investigation on his vehicle started in 2015 and the United Workers Party was not in government in 2015!
Based solely on what he pulled off on June 6, 2016 some have openly declared him a political Mandrake.
On Saturday, March 31 UK news platforms featured the following headlines: “British woman dragged into bushes and repeatedly raped while on holiday in St Lucia.”
Like so many at the time, Christmas was on the minds of a particular Massade family in December 2016, when one of its youngest members...
After four days of intense competition at the XXXIII Carifta Swim Championship March 31 to April 4 at the National Aquatic Center Kingston Jamaica...
The economy and the environment have always had a fractured relationship. The history of global development has shown that when the former rises, it’s usually at the cost of the latter.