This week we've put together some of the top headlines from our website www.stluciastar.com; carefully curated for your reading pleasure in this edition of The Star Weekly Digest!
We wanted to also take this moment to send our thoughts and prayers out to our brothers and sisters throughout the region who are enduring the strength of Hurricane Irma this week. Be sure to see this Saturday's newspaper to learn what Saint Lucia is doing to help our Caribbean neighbors, and what you can do to assist.
P.S. if you've been enjoying these emails, make sure to checkout the mobile app for The Star Newspaper -- by far the most convenient way of staying up to date with the affairs that matter most in your country! Just search for "Press Reader" in the app store.
Mobile app: https://www.pressreader.com/saint-lucia/the-star-st-lucia
Remember, stay safe and follow the instructions of your local meteorological office during this turbulent hurricane season.
- The Star Newspaper Editorial Team
The following is taken from the blog of the Race and Resistance Network, posted by a Will Ghosh on 28 January 2016: “On the evening of Tuesday 26 January Professor Hilary Beckles—...
Digicel has announced the appointment of Kerchelle Jn Charles-Hodge as Chief Executive Officer for its Anguilla operations effective immediately. In this role, Kerchelle will have oversight for all op
Two weeks ago the STAR announced that the Justice for Roger Campaign was about to make one more play for justice.
Rupert Lay’s got the heart of a musician. He’s had a finger on the pulse of the industry ever since he was old enough to recognize music went way beyond flashy crooners and their snazzy notes.
Art, whether theatre, music, painting or sculpture, is important because it helps explain ourselves to us. We learn from the soul of the artist to laugh at our foibles and idiosyncrasies; to discern
I know, as school is about to reopen this September, children must be feeling a little gloomy. Especially those I saw riding their bicycles on one wheel in the Rodney Bay Mall parking lot and those th
This week I visited Paix Bouche, Babonneau.