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REMNANTS OF COLONIALISM

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At a Press conference last month, Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles conceded that governments around the region have given the appearance of preferring outside consultants over their own. Now while Sir Hilary says this perception of “outside being better” is slowly fading away, one man says this is pervasive- and get this- within the judiciary. Everisitus Jn. Marie, a former Commissioner of the Regional Judicial, and Legal Services Commission of the Caribbean Court of Justice, charges that we in the Caribbean have no faith in our people. In the wake of a failed referenda in Grenada and Antigua, Jn. Marie told Miguel Fevrier that the vestiges of our colonial past still remain.

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Flood rescues after ten people get trapped in south River

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More than ten people were rescued from a Vieux Fort River after heavy rains brought flooding to the southern coast of Saint Lucia. One person wadded through the murky waters to save the people stranded by the rising waters.

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Bexon man gets relief after years of sleeping in mud

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They say charity begins at home. And Crown Lands, Bexon residents put their best charitable feet forward, in order to provide relief to one of their neighbours who has been literally sleeping in mud. Miguel Fevrier has the details in this feel good story, which was made possible by the intervention of a Castries Southeast hopeful.

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Is there and locally manufactured product you would NOT buy?

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Today Miguel took to the streets to find out whether there is any item manufactured locally, which you would not buy.

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