ST LUCIA

Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record

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By SNO Staff May 6, 2017 Marbeq Edgar St. Lucia’s top middle-distance runner Marbeq Edgar has broken the men’s national 800 metres record which stood for 18 years. Representing Wiley College at the Tom Tellez Invitational yesterday, Edgar won the two-lap event in one minute, 47.83 seconds, erasing the 1:48.9 national record set by Miguel Read More

Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record
By SNO Staff May 6, 2017 Marbeq Edgar St. Lucia’s top middle-distance runner Marbeq Edgar has broken the men’s national 800 metres record which stood for 18 years. Representing Wiley College at the Tom Tellez Invitational yesterday, Edgar won the two-lap event in one minute, 47.83 seconds, erasing the 1:48.9 national record set by Miguel Read More

Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record
By SNO Staff May 6, 2017 Marbeq Edgar St. Lucia’s top middle-distance runner Marbeq Edgar has broken the men’s national 800 metres record which stood for 18 years. Representing Wiley College at the Tom Tellez Invitational yesterday, Edgar won the two-lap event in one minute, 47.83 seconds, erasing the 1:48.9 national record set by Miguel Read More

Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Marbeq Edgar shatters St. Lucia’s 800m record
By SNO Staff May 6, 2017 Marbeq Edgar St. Lucia’s top middle-distance runner Marbeq Edgar has broken the men’s national 800 metres record which stood for 18 years. Representing Wiley College at the Tom Tellez Invitational yesterday, Edgar won the two-lap event in one minute, 47.83 seconds, erasing the 1:48.9 national record set by Miguel Read More

Amputees get greater standing in Saint Lucia

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AMPUTEES GET GREATER STANDING IN SPORTS IN ST LUCIA Programme aims to tackle lack of opportunities for disabled people to get involved in community activities and sport SAINT LUCIA, Castries: Twenty-five coaches, special ed teachers and community youth mentors from across St. Lucia attended a two day workshop to better understand how sport can offer Read More

Tulsie may not be going anywhere soon

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Tulsie The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) wants its director Bishnu Tulsie to postpone his retirement during what the organisation called “this very important” period. This decision was made at an emergency membership meeting held by the Trust on Saturday, April 29 at the Pigeon Island National Landmark, according to a press release. At the meeting, according Read More

Tuscan villas, Galway food and island escapes

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NEWS To Tuscany For families looking for. The collection of villas and apartments have lovingly been renovated from their former use as a traditional Tuscan farm, with dining areas, an outside terrace and private pool with a shallow end for little ones. Feast on the best of Italian cuisine, explore the nearby hilltop towns or Read More

Holocaust denial flyers distributed around University of Queensland widely condemned

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The University of Queensland, their student union and the chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission have all condemned Holocaust denial flyers that have been distributed on campus. It is understood the flyers, which have also shown up at universities in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, have been pinned to noticeboards and put on car windshields. Holocaust denial flyers Read More

Holocaust denial flyers distributed around UQ widely condemned

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Holocaust denial flyers distributed around UQ widely condemned
The University of Queensland, their student union and the chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission have all condemned Holocaust denial flyers that have been distributed on campus. It is understood the flyers, which have also shown up at universities in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, have been pinned to noticeboards and put on car windshields. Holocaust denial flyers Read More

Commentary: Debt strangling a Caribbean generation

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By Sir Ronald Sanders There is a real prospect that, in dealing with unsustainable debt, 11 of 13 Caribbean small states will have lost the first three decades of the 21st century, and foregone opportunities for poverty reduction, transformation and growth. Sir Ronald Sanders is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the US and the OAS. Read More