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Young people were at the center of quite a few of the weekend's stories, one of which includes touching revelations from a close relative of deceased, young, Saint Lucian hero; Nick Elibox.
In other news, recent reports coming out of The Bordelais Correctional Facility continues to raise eyebrows. A quest to implement island-wide internet access evokes optimism and, the prospect of same sex marriages in Saint Lucia elicits pondering.
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