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Saint Lucia is on target with projects identified in programme areas with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), the Ministry of Health has reported. PAHO hosted its biennial meeting recently at the Coco Palm Resorts, providing health officials with the opportunity to assess their degree of progress in the delivery of products and services for 2019. PAHO/WHO […]

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By G.A. Dwyer Astaphan The St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment (CBI) programme has been one of the best known and most successful of its kind. Through it, a citizen of almost every country in the world who makes one of basically two specified investments, and passes due diligence, can become a citizen of […]

The post Commentary: Citizenship, development and delays appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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By Adrian Loveridge Recently seeing an image of one of the late Sir Freddie Laker’s B707s, registration number G-AVZZ, painted in Caribbean Airways livery, took me back several decades to when we conceived and operated one of our largest groups at that time to Barbados. We had approached a Swedish-owned, high end caravan company that […]

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Dear Sir: Akilah Holder has chosen to resurrect in your January 28th edition an article she wrote ten years ago. I wonder what motivates her to go on the warpath again, ten years later. Nature has created various divergent forms of sexuality. Some are physical forms, such as hermaphroditism, and many more individuals than has […]

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Dear Sir: Presently, five Trinidad and Tobago citizens have been kidnapped from our maritime waters and are being held for a US$200,000 ransom. In 2018, Minister Franklin Khan stated at a media conference that “because of our government’s extremely cordial relationship with the government of Venezuela”, the Tank 70 oil spill of April 23, 2017, […]

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Dear Sir: After Dr Rowley’s visit to the UN (accompanied by Dennis Moses) our foreign policy on Venezuela is in total shambles. Our arrangements to bring gas from Dragon Field have fallen apart in the wake of US sanctions. We are diplomatically isolated regionally. We are in an ill-advised public spat with the US. Rowley’s […]

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Bonaire, January 29, 2019 Honorable Ladies and Gentlemen: Ultimatum for Venezuela equals ultimatum for the Caribbean to unify to maintain a peaceful democratic Caribbean With reference to our attached letter of June 11, 2018 urging the CARICOM and the Caribbean region to intervene and object to prevent an armed conflict in the Caribbean we herewith […]

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NORTH SOUND, Antigua, Jan 31, CMC – Jonny Bairstow struck an up tempo half-century but seamer Alzarri Joseph grabbed two wickets to lead a potent display, as West Indies took charge of the second Test on the opening day at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here Thursday. At the break, the visitors were 78 for ...

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KARACHI, Pakistan, Jan 31, CMC – Batting star Deandra Dottin narrowly missed out on a record-breaking third Twenty20 International hundred as West Indies launched their historic three-match tour here with a convincing 71-run win Thursday. Choosing to bat first at Southend Club, West Indies piled up 160 for six of their 20 overs, with the ...

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 31, CMC – A new study on the local castor oil industry is showing significant potential for Jamaican Black Castor Oil in the United States. The Complete Caribbean study indicates that the US market for the product stands at about US$28 million. “The potential sales are much higher than I thought they ...

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