Category : World News

by Staff - 5 hours ago

Saint Lucia’s Labour Minister Speaks On Minimum Wage

Saint Lucia’s Labour Minister Stephenson King has told reporters that with government negotiations with public sector unions concluded, it is time to ‘kick in’ the Minimum Wage Commission. He recalled that the last one was done in 2...

by Staff - 6 hours ago

The Relevance of Life Insurance

Sometimes we remain naive and do not want to understand the factors that can result in bringing our family closer to financial distress.

by Staff - 7 hours ago

Saint Lucian Completes Leadership Training In China

Saint Lucian Shermean Shermeyan Anika Perpie has successfully completed a unique training programme in youth leadership in the People’s Republic of China. The announcement was made by Vieux Fort North MP, Moses ‘Musa’ Jn Baptiste on...

by Staff - 9 hours ago

Saint Lucia PM Responds To Fears Of US Recession

With economists predicting a United States recession by 2011, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has told reporters here that recessions always affect people. In response to a question about a possible US recession, Chastanet told a reporter he was glad...

by Staff - 11 hours ago

Saint Lucia To Review Child Maintenance Act

Saint Lucia will be reviewing the Child Maintenance Act as part of a planned overhaul of legislation that pertains to social services. The disclosure has come from Minister for Equity, Social Justice, Local Government and Empowerment, Lenard Montoute...

by Staff - 11 hours ago

Guyana To Teach English To Venezuelan Migrant Children

Stabroek News:– Nineteen teachers are to commence training this week in order to teach English as a second language to children of Venezuelan migrants in Region One. The Ministry of the Presidency yesterday announced that government, through th...

by Staff - 12 hours ago


By staff Writer Remembering the days when Record TV had just hit the media stage, people said that you were not watching TV unless its Record TV but along the way something happened and the station went down the drain but not for long it has risen up...

by Staff - 12 hours ago

Mexico Judge Approves Recreational Cocaine Use

BBC News:– A Mexican judge has granted two people the right to recreational cocaine use, in the first ruling of its kind, the organisation behind the cases said. The court said it would allow the claimants to “possess, transport and use c...

by Staff - 13 hours ago

Lara Hoping To Make A Difference In Windies Mental Approach

ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — Batting legend Brian Lara has identified the mental aspect as a critical area of focus for West Indies, and believes he can play a significant role in strengthening the Caribbean side in this regard, as they prepare t...

by Staff - 15 hours ago

Nigerian singer Nonso Amadi in town

By Our Reporter Nigerian singer Nonso Amadi is in town. The “Tonight” hitmaker landed on Ugandan soil in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. Nonso will be the headlining act at the much-anticipated “Shorts Na Lessu” event tha...

by Staff - 15 hours ago

Irene Ntalé Signs To Universal Music Group

By Staff Writer Ugandan singer-songwriter, Irene Ntalé has just inked a major deal with Universal Music Group Nigeria (UMGNG). A household name in Uganda and East Africa with over 10 Million streams and downloads, Ntalé is known for her ability t...