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Although generally well received, last week’s lead story entitled The Role of Government is to Empower the Citizen to Lead Development evidently was precisely what some would prefer had never been wri
I miss John Compton! I’ve been regretting the old coot’s departure for some time, long before his final curtain on September 7, 2007. By the time he permitted himself to be persuaded to undertake his last political adventure Compton was by no means the man I had come to know and to not-so-secretly admire after a quarter of a century of good and bad times.
Last week we agreed that accessibility and service ought to be the main features of the new Castries and that green open spaces are to feature prominently in the new design.
Recently I spoke with Faith Catherine, one of the Crisis Centre’s two part-time counsellors. I had reached out to her for the purposes of discussing the public perception on mental health.
Saint Lucians don’t read nearly enough! How many times have you heard those damning last four words in my opening sentence? How many times have the words flown out of your own mouth?
Can you imagine having a job that entailed waking up every morning and not having the faintest idea of how to address, never mind solve, the problems facing you? HMMoG! (My young social media friends
Yet again curious gazes fall on Saint Lucia's government as attention is drawn to the sudden end of an eight-year-old dispute.
Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is grateful to the Government of Saint Lucia for bringing closure to a long-standing tax dispute in respect of withholding taxes assessed by the Inland Revenue Depa
The smell of roasted meats, cooked to perfection with fresh and local seasoning, served with a personal choice of local ground provisions, roasted and fried bakes or steaming fresh local bread is about to fill the air.