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BASSETERRE, St Kitts – A day before he was scheduled to appear before the high court in Basseterre to face a judge over his failure to adhere to the court’s order to pay BuzzMaker its consulting fees and cost, St Kitts and Nevis tourism minister Lindsay Grant made payment of the full amount owed to […]

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Press Release:- “After my job training at Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa and Beach Resort, I knew that was where my heart wanted to be, so I applied to be a porter. When I got the call for the interview, although a hurricane was coming, I still went. I can remember clearly people walking around the […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PROVIDENCIALES, TCI — Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) police confirmed on Sunday that at least 14 people are dead after a twin-engine outboard boat smuggling Haitian migrants to the TCI capsized in shark-infested waters off the coast of the uninhabited island of West Caicos, in the British overseas territory. The […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA — President Donald Trump has directed the US State Department to end all direct assistance to Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador to stem the flow of illegal immigration and the migrant caravans flowing into Mexico, onward to the United States. “No money goes there anymore,” Trump said, “We’re […]

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The mother of a man who lost his life in a motorcycle accident has made an appeal to young men who ride their motorcycles as if they are on a racing track, to slow down. Sonia Joseph told St Lucia Times that she had warned her son, Brad Fatal, 35, many times about speeding. She […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor WASHINGTON, USA — China, in a show of support of President Nicolás Maduro as head of state, has refused to grant Juan Guaidó a diplomatic visa to China. The move comes ahead of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) annual meetings that will no longer convene […]

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana – As part of the approach to fight crime and violence from a social perspective, several persons associated with youth development will benefit from training in five member states of the Caribbean community over the next month. The training is aimed at establishing a cadre of trainers to build the capacity of youths […]

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The parliamentary representative for Castries South seems to need our prayers so that he can be guided consistently along the right path. Recently, he advised students at a secondary school in Ciceron that they should not depend solely on government for jobs. Instead, they should seek creative means to foster their God-given talents to create their own businesses.

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The board of directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has approved financing of USD13.4 million to the government of St Vincent and the Grenadines to enhance the resilience of the Sandy Bay and other North Windward communities to coastal hazards and the potential impacts of climate change. The Sandy Bay, Sea […]

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By Indhira Suero SANTIAGO, Dominican Republic — Santiago is a clean and organised province, adorned with colourful murals in the north of the Dominican Republic. Wendy Osiris, a Haitian of about 35 years, arrived at this place 27 years ago. Once, he was robbed on 15th Street in Gurabo, while he went to buy medicine […]

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