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Last week, one of the island's culture and history hubs burned to ashes, but all hope is not lost! The incident has also alerted other local centers which store archival information to spring to action on digitization. Members of the opposition; Saint Lucia Labour Party spoke up about recent claims of investigations. 7-year-old Rajani Malaykhan wowed all during her first motocross race! And, are smart-cities in the cards for Caribbean islands in the future?
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- The STAR Newspaper Editorial Team
FRC will operate from Cultural Development Foundation office space after the devastating fire.
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There is no shortage of stories illustrative of the aphorism that warns us to be careful what we wish for.
What would a Labour party press briefing be without nonstop servings of the V-word: vindictive, vicious?
As the Caribbean ICT space evolves and expands, CANTO Chairman Julian Wilkins shares his thoughts on net neutrality, the dangers of over-regulation and his role as an advocate for the industry.
Much like the town of Castries, seventy years ago, sometime between 10 and 11 o’clock on the night of March 25th, 2018 the Monsignor Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre...
Leave it to a seven year old to steal the show at Sunday’s Monster Energy Moto Cross at the Cul de Sac race track.