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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com NASSAU, Bahamas — Cuban-trained doctor, Dr Mandela Kerr, in a landmark case brought in the Bahamas Supreme Court against the Bahamas Medical Council (BMC), has won his bid to be recognized as a qualified doctor in The Bahamas. This ruling now clears the way to practice […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Honourable Allen M. Chastanet, is pleased to announce the following adjustments to the Ministerial Portfolios effective November 1st 2018, as follows: * Honourable Dominic Fedee – Minister for Tourism, Information, Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries * Honourable Fortuna Belrose – Minister in the Ministry of Tourism, ...

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com LONDON, England – Jamaica’s tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, says the first board meeting of the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre is scheduled to take place in London this week. The group will discuss the creation and implementation of an official strategy, for the development […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — The second Green Climate Fund (GCF) Structured Dialogue with the Caribbean will take place in St George’s, Grenada, from November 6 to 9, 2018. The GCF, created in 2010, is the world’s largest fund dedicated to climate finance and is an operating […]

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ST CROIX, USVI — Limetree Bay Refining has reached agreement in principle with the supply and trading arm of a major international oil company on the restart of the idled refinery located at Limetree Bay, St Croix, US Virgin Islands. Under the contemplated terms, the oil company would enter into a tolling agreement and serve […]

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PANAMA CITY, Panama — Queen conch is the second most important invertebrate in the Caribbean but production continues to show a negative trend in the region, largely attributed to overfishing. Fisheries experts from across the region met last week in Panama to discuss the sustainable management and conservation of the queen conch (Strombus gigas) in […]

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By Dr Carlton Mills Colonialism can be described as the control of one power over a dependent country. It was usually the case where a controlling power exploited the available resources in the so-called dependent country for its own benefit. In most cases, the controlling country gave back little or nothing to help with the […]

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By Dr Terrance K Martin Financial Markets Outlook Volatility in the US and world stock markets had been absent for most of the last decade but has been more apparent throughout much of 2018. I expect to see this volatility to continue for the remainder of the year as the markets have become very sensitive […]

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By Ben Anson Living in a struggling nation like Honduras, I come face to face with poverty al diario. It is something that greatly if not entirely shapes a country and its people. The Honduran, alongside his immediate neighbours the Nicaraguan, Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Belizean, Cuban, Dominican and Haitian amongst many other nationalities, is forced to […]

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By Tiberiu Dianu I haven’t heard of any American president describing himself, at least in public, let alone in front of a large crowd, as “a nationalist.” And even a proud one. Not that we haven’t had any nationalist presidents so far. George Washington was a nationalist when, together with Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, […]

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