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Press Release:- Martin Hanna and “Penny Pinch” are the winners of the 2019 TEN Habitat Caribbean Startup Summit’s pitch competition. The flagship event, held in Barbados on May 24 and 25, 2019 is an annual summit which brings together a global team of startup experts, founders and entrepreneur resource providers to develop startups in the […]

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Press Release:– May 26th was the final day for Saint Lucia swimmers from various clubs across the island to qualify for the Central American and  Caribbean Swimming Championship. At the end of it all, ten(10) swimmers made the qualifying mark of achieving a minimum of 2 AAA times(2 Triple A times.) Taking the plunge to compete for […]

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(BBC) — England suffered a stunning upset at the hands of inspired Pakistan in their second World Cup match at Trent Bridge. The hosts and favourites were surprisingly lacklustre in the field as Pakistan, roared on by their noisy and vibrant fans, posted 348-8. Even though England have made a habit of overhauling such targets, ...

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The Saint Lucia Aquatics Federation has named a team of 10 swimmers for the 2019 Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championship. These swimmers made the qualifying mark of achieving a minimum of two AAA (Triple A) times. Competing for a spot on the podium June 28 to July 2 at the Barbados Aquatic Centre will ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA – The United States amended visa application request further information, include “social media identifiers,” from almost all US applicants. Only persons applying for certain diplomatic and official visa classes are spared from the new extra “intrusive conditions,” part of a broad expansion of President Donald Trump administration’s intensified screening. […]
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Saint Lucia police are investigating the suspected drowning of a Canaries man, identified as Danley Noel. Law enforcement officials say that a dinghy in which he was sailing is reported to have crashed into rocks somewhere between the Buckeye Marine Terminals and Marigot Bay. A law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that Noel’s body […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The upcoming visit of the President of Ghana, Dr Nana Akufo-Addo to Guyana and Suriname is of historical proportion since no sitting Ghanaian leaders have visited these two countries. It will be the first visit of a sitting Ghanaian leader to Guyana and Suriname and […]
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WASHINGTON (CMC) – The Washington-based Institute for Caribbean Studies (ICS) on Saturday inducted Barbadian pop icon Rihanna into its “Wall of Fame” as Caribbean nationals here celebrate National Caribbean American Heritage month. ICS said that Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, is “one of the biggest pop stars to emerge from the 2000s.” ...

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(NEW YORK TIMES) — Leah Chase, the nation’s pre-eminent Creole chef, always knew what to feed her famous customers. The Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. liked barbecued ribs, and James Baldwin preferred gumbo. The singer Sarah Vaughan ordered stuffed crab to go, and Nat King Cole always wanted a four-minute egg. She once had to ...

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