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Now in the wake of Carnival, several questions still linger! One local reporter has been left wary of police following an incident on Carnival Tuesday; Panorama's small crowd of attendees poses concern about the death of the once celebrated art form and, Tribe of Twel leader addresses the doubts around his Carnival band's consecutive wins. Find these along with business and education stories linked below!
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This past Tuesday was the second and final day of the annual Carnival festival. Under the blistering hot sun, hundreds made their way from the Choc roundabout to Castries.
Agriculture, tourism, conservation and disaster recovery - drone technology is revolutionising many aspects of life in the Caribbean.
Rain poured in burdensome beads last Friday night as patrons of the annual Panorama competition made their way to the night’s performances.
By any measure, recent times have been high octane for the renewable energy sector. This is saying something, too, given it is always a fast-paced and politically charged business environment.
Some three years ago, maybe a bit longer, then Director of Public Prosecutions Victoria Charles-Clarke advised local journalists to be careful how they went about reporting court and police matters.
Some say winning is everything. And it does feel good. Especially for those few ecstatic minutes when the unbelievable news is officially confirmed.
When it comes to the Beanefield Comprehensive Secondary, has education minister Gale Rigobert chosen to keep her head buried in the sand?