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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname – Luziano Truideman, acting director head of consular affairs at the Suriname foreign ministry in Paramaribo, made public that his government will switch from paper-based system to the digital version of e-visas and e-tourist cards. However, there are unanswered questions, such as citizens from which countries […]

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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) —The record-breaking streak for Cayman Islands tourism shows no sign of slowing down, with 44,876 stay-over visitors coming to the destination in February, an increase of over 12 percent on last year. Meanwhile, 197,234 cruise passengers called on George Town, which, although not as high as February, follows the best […]

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ST JAMES, Jamaica (JIS) — Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s minister of tourism, stated that the tourism sector is forecast to produce record numbers in earnings and arrivals for this year’s winter tourism season, which spans from December to April. According to Bartlett, this year’s estimated figure for a single winter season is the highest with 1.5 […]

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Trinidad Guardian:– A loud round of ap­plause and cheers of prais­es and grat­i­tude erupt­ed from the bas­ket­ball court at the Im­mi­gra­tion De­ten­tion Cen­tre (IDC) in Aripo yes­ter­day when Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young shared a ray of hope to the Venezue­lan de­tainees telling them that they may soon be freed and al­lowed to work in T&T […]

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By Karl Salmon During a student’s first year of university or college, he or she will be encouraged to take the course “Introduction to Psychology” as a core general education requirement. This study of the science of behaviour and mind teaches a theory called the self-fulfilling prophecy. This theory describes a false assertion of a […]

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By Jean M Pierre It is my opinion that the March 12, 2019, elections showed that ethnic minorities especially Jamaican-Americans are becoming significant players in American politics. The Jamaican-Americans are elated of these Miramar election results. The March 12 elections were for the mayoral position and city commission seat 4. Incumbent mayor, Wayne Messam was […]

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BBC News:- Brunei is introducing strict new Islamic laws that make anal sex and adultery offences punishable by stoning to death. The new measures, that come into force on Wednesday, also cover a range of other crimes including punishment for theft by amputation. The move has sparked international condemnation. Brunei’s gay community has expressed shock and […]

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Dear Sir: One of the major criticisms levelled at the vision that the Democratic Party of Trinidad and Tobago proposes, is the cost. Where will one find the money for a new network of roads or rebuild our communities to modern standards? The simple answer is that we already have the money; we simply must […]

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Dear Sir: The blame game started by those in authority and the feud continues. The use of high-handed approach and intimidation tactics from the present administration is plain and simple for all to see bullying the trade union movement hoping that they will bend and accept their little offer of 2 percent didn’t work at […]

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Dear Sir: The government must let the true Surinamese voice be heard in the interest of the Venezuelan community. While the whole world with ever deepening dismay is taking note of worsening humanitarian crisis in Venezuela as well as the hunting down of political opponents by the regime Maduro, the Surinamese government remains silent in […]

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