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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent — The Caribbean nation of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is on the brink of becoming a globally leading producer of organically certified medicinal cannabis, rivalling any other producer in the entire Western Hemisphere. The expected passing of legislation later this month ensuring tightly regulated guidelines positions the nation as a […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) in collaboration with the Green Economy Coalition (GEC) on Tuesday released the Eastern Caribbean Green Economy Barometer 2018. A major finding from this ground-breaking document is that the traditional approach of a one-dimensional focus on development through a narrow profit or GDP only “bottom […]

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Cruise Conference and Trade Show, the largest and only official cruise tourism conference and trade show in the Caribbean, opened in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Tuesday. Taking place until November 9, the event has gathered over 1,000 attendees and the most executives from FCCA […]

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By Youri A Kemp When I was studying for my undergraduate degree, I was going through a spot of trouble, as I wanted to take up extra courses in order to finish in time not have to pay for an extra semester. I called to a family member back home in a panic that I […]

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By Wellington C. Ramos On April 21, 1973, PC 338 Antonio Aguilar, a graduate of Squad-21 from the Police Training School in Ladyville, was on his first assignment on duty on the south side of Belize City Swing Bridge when somebody reported a robbery to him. Aguilar then left to look for the robber and […]

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By Rev. Seth Ampadu The culture of a people is what identifies them distinctively from other human societies in the family of humanity. This celebration should be able to unite us irrespective of our political or religious affiliation, let us know that we are one people with a common destiny. As people, we must be […]

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Dear Sir: The House of Representatives in Trinidad and Tobago under Speaker Brigid Annisette-George is now a total sham and not the seat of democracy anymore. When the speaker will refer a member to the Privileges Committee for what is said in “cross-talk” by an opposition MP to a government MP, not during any debate […]

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Dear Sir: One of the aspects that Mr Trump has specifically pointed out in relation to Cuba, in order to improve relations between both countries, is that free elections are held in our country. Obviously, the tenant of the White House and his followers consider that the current electoral system in Cuba does not have […]

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Dear Sir: I write this with deep concern about the agenda of various individuals and groups with regards to the Industrial Court of Trinidad and Tobago (“the Court”). Behind the guise of genuine concern about the local industrial relations culture, climate and the role of the Court, we observe a frontal and strategic attack on […]

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