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Once again, young people were at the centre of another issue of The STAR newspaper as we delved into the story of a man who has been forced to take up residence in a fishing boat along with his two children. This, while other youngsters shone at the Annual National Sports Awards and more.
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- The STAR Newspaper Editorial Team
It was not the unkempt salesman’s loud enticements that led me to “buy something to hold, lick and suck”.
What a barefaced bunch of hypocrites we are! I say so, not so much because there may be one among us not already familiar...
It’s been a rocky road to recovery for the region’s realtors.
Athletic stars from the various sports were out in full force Saturday evening, but undoubtedly the star among stars that evening at the Annual National Sports Awards at the Royalton St Lucia...
In recent weeks The STAR Businessweek has covered the relationship between Brazil and the Caribbean.
I returned to Saint Lucia from Taiwan, in part to reconnect or, rather, to connect, as I have no memories of ever feeling fulfilled in the following regard: to my home and the art made on its soil.
Ever wonder why so many black people seem to abhor their black skin and nappy hair? I imagine many of you are taken aback by the question.