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Barbados Today:–  The Pan-American Health Organization Director Dr Carissa Etienne believes that Barbados should be a centre for sub-regional health care owing to the small sizes of economies of Eastern Caribbean territories and medical expertise available here. Following her delivery of the 43rd Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture the Dominican second-term Director of the United Nations […]

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Press Release:–  The Commonwealth Foundation has announced the opening of its annual grants call. Grants of up to £50,000 are available in support of innovative project ideas that seek to strengthen the ability of civic voices to engage with governments and that have the potential to improve governance and development outcomes through their active participation. Successful […]

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News.Com.Au:-  A giant cow which stands more than 1.95m tall and weighs the same as a family hatchback car is so large he has been saved from a visit to the abattoir. Knickers, the seven-year-old Holstein Friesian steer, is more than twice the size of the rest of his herd on a property in Myalup, […]

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Press Release:–  The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is soon to publish a disaster risk management (DRM) guide for the region’s tourism sector as part of its objective to foster a culture of preparedness in destination management. The publication, which targets tourism businesses and policymakers, will help guide the tourism sector’s preparedness, response and recovery from the […]

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Fox News:-  A private zoo with exotic animals, four private planes and trips to Switzerland for anti-aging treatments – all part of the lavish lifestyle of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman during the early 1990’s “cocaine boom,” according to testimony from a onetime close friend and top assistant. A top lieutenant of the Sinaloa cartel […]

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CMC) — Veteran West Indies star Deandra Dottin is now the world’s number two-ranked all-rounder in Twenty20 Internationals. In the latest rankings announced Tuesday by the International Cricket Council, the 27-year-old had jumped two spots to second, following her exploits in the recent ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in the Caribbean. […]

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The Emergency Services Were Stretched Late Monday Afternoon As They Were Called To Respond To A Serious Bus Crash Along The Dennery By-Pass Road. More Than A Dozen Persons Were Injured, As The Bus In Which They Were Travelling, Was Forced Off The Road And Into A Ditch.
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Courts St. Lucia Is Launching An Investigations Into A Video Making The Rounds On Social Media, Alleging That The Major Retail Chain Engaged In Misleading Pricing For Black Friday. According To The Video The Cost Of Some Of The Items On Sale For Black Friday Were Actually More Expensive Than A Few Weeks Before. The …
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For The 13th Consecutive Year St. Lucia’s Sailing Enthusiasts Rode The Waves On November 25th, Signaling The Start Of The 2018 Atlantic Rally For Cruisers (ARC).
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