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Hospitals, healthcare and hopefulness were the three H's of last week as more talks of inadequate medical facilities ripped through the country! This however was not enough to dim the rays of hope provided by news that Canaries became the first recipients of community wide WIFI as part of the GI Net project— fitting news as present and past Canaries and Anse La Raye MPs also talked developments in the communities. Find these and more stories on trade, human trafficking and developmental growth below!
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- The STAR Newspaper Editorial Team
Despite their small size, island economies have certain advantages over their larger competitors and can use these to further growth in the volatile global economy.
Undeniably, government after Saint Lucia government has dropped the healthcare ball, despite titillating election promises, despite altogether avoidable patient deaths.
Mamai kotez ou sortir? Nous sortir Anse la Raye! The line is from a once popular kweyol song by a vocal group known as The Cecilian Rays.
Last June the management of local Sandals Resorts was happy to announce a fourth, yes, fourth, investment in Saint Lucia.
For many years now it’s been clear that greater conflict between the United States and the People’s Republic of China was on the cards.
I was hopeful last year when trying to organise a STAR-sponsored essay competition. I thought it would have been encouraging to parents and students to purposefully seek out a newspaper and read it, even just for one issue.
Many who fly into Saint Lucia, knowing what awaits them: the sunkissed, slow-paced life of the tropics, would describe as“exciting” their soaring over...