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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Two Wednesdays ago, Ackaisha Green was inside the ATM at Central Police Station on East Queen Street in downtown Kingston when she stumbled upon a stash of cash suspected to be in the millions of dollars. But she felt it was not hers to keep. The money could have gone a long ...

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts – The alleged failure to account for millions of dollars received from the hastily introduced Hurricane Relief Fund (HRF) is said to be one of the major concerns for the blocking of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report on the economy of St Kitts and Nevis. One economist thinks it is; while […]

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CASTRIES, Saint Lucia —The government of Taiwan has recently selected Ai-Lin Chen to serve as the specialist for the project for the enhancement of the efficiency of production and distribution supply chains in the fruit and vegetable sector in Taiwan technical mission in Saint Lucia. Chen recently graduated from the University of California, Davis, where […]

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By Desmond Brown KINGSTON, Jamaica, (IPS) – Jamaica and other Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are embracing renewable energy as part of their plans to become decarbonised in the coming decades. The Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness, has committed the island nation to transition to 50 percent renewable energy by 2030. “I believe that […]

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By Gerard Best ST JOHNS, Antigua – Antigua and Barbuda will host the 18th regional meeting of the Caribbean Network Operators Group (CaribNOG) from September 25 to 27. CaribNOG is a vibrant community of professionals committed to improving the region’s networks, expanding the technical capacity of those who build and secure them and strengthening the […]

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Four people sustained injuries when a 14-seat minibus reportedly ran off the road at Barre de l’Isle around midnight, according to law enforcement sources. Two of the injured were transported by the Dennery ambulance with possible fractured bones to their hands,  and the other two transported by the Castries ambulance with minor injuries, sources said. ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England – A cache of long-lost Bob Marley live recordings found in a damp hotel basement in London after more than 40 years there and painstakingly restored will go under the hammer in Liverpool this month. These iconic recordings are from a point in time when Bob Marley was […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Grammy-nominated artist and Soca King of the World, Machel Montano joins forces with the government of Antigua and Barbuda, the United Nations and Norway to combat plastic pollution. The Hodges Bay Resort and Spa, Antigua’s newest, luxury resort nestled on turquoise blue waters on the northern side of the island was […]

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By José Adán Silva MANAGUA, Nicaragua (IPS) – Eight months of social and political crisis in Nicaragua have hit the exercise of independent journalism in the country, with 712 cases of violations of the free exercise of journalism, one murdered reporter, two in prison and dozens fleeing into exile, in addition to several media outlets […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England – The World Medical Association (WMA) has again called for Taiwan to be given observer status at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. The WMA argues that the inclusion of Taiwan is a health matter and not a political issue. The World Health Assembly is the decision-making […]

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