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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – The Caribbean is considered a relatively youthful subregion. For every five persons in the Caribbean, two are under the age of 25. Nearly 7.5 million youth between the ages of 15 and 24 live in the Caribbean. This represents almost 17 percent of the subregion’s total population, with the largest […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) – Barbados minister of tourism and international transport, Kerrie Symmonds, held talks on Wednesday, March 27, with representatives of MasterCard, to implement a pilot project, which seeks to empower roving tourism vendors by creating a critical link between the tourism industry and the financial sector. Under the project, facilities will be put […]

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Delta Air Lines is preparing for the surge of passengers traveling between Atlanta and San Juan, Puerto Rico from Thanksgiving through the winter season. Considering the projected heavy holiday travel between the two destinations, the legacy carrier has announced it will operate one of its four daily Atlanta-San Juan flights […]

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Press Release:- Pioneer Productions, a company which after two successful productions, has made a mark for quality and sold out events, is back with yet another major showcase with the best of both worlds in Calypso and Soca music. Now, on April 30th, 2019, the night before the Mayday Holiday, Pioneer Productions presents another grand event […]

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By Anthony L Hall I was wrong. The day after the Justice Department appointed Robert Mueller, I wrote the following in “Special Counsel to Investigate Trump-Russia Ties. Checkmate!” May 18, 2017: ____________________ With past being prologue, it could take months, if not years, for Mueller to complete his investigation. Alas, [Republican] congressional committees will continue their […]

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By Dr Neals J Chitan I am convinced that the black man is the new endangered species and that there seems to be a systemic and systematic process that renders him absent from family, civic, professional and religious life. Despite Dr Martin Luther King’s dream of racial equality, respect and opportunity; the dreamer himself met […]

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Dear Sir: Days after a shooting disaster in New Zealand, the prime minister of New Zealand announced a ban on assault weapons and promised legislation to enforce the ban within weeks. Good leadership is decisive, quick and responsible. It seeks that which is best for the many. Here in Trinidad and Tobago there seem to […]

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Dear Sir: NKBB congratulates the peoples of Bonaire for their unprecedented act of courage and resistance of massively protesting and boycotting the march 20, 2019 cover-up elections organized by the Dutch government in a desperate action to legitimize the Dutch colonial status imposed on October 10, 2010. As all political analysts are analyzing the results, […]

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Dear Sir: The Society for the Resettlement of Caribbean Nationals (SRCN) wishes to commend the Barbados museum and historical society and the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill campus for dedicating the UWI 2019 lecture series to the experiences of Barbados immigration from the 1900s, in particular of the of persons from the […]

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Dear Sir: President Trump continuously bashes John McCain about various McCain positions that Trump disagrees with, which is somewhat amazing since McCain has been dead for seven months. I believe draft dodger Trump (DDT) wants to be in the spotlight all the time and doesn’t care if he receives negative criticism about his comments. As […]

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