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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – With the support of the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), Anguilla fisherfolk have created a new video entitled “Anguilla’s fishing dilemma” highlighting the impacts of climate change on the fisheries sector and priorities for action to build their resilience. These significant impacts include rising ocean temperatures, coral bleaching and more […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Statisticians from the statistical offices of over 20 Caribbean countries and overseas territories will soon be equipped with increased capacity in census planning, management and implementation. A four-day workshop organised by the United Nations population fund (UNFPA) and the economic commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), in collaboration […]

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WASHINGTON, USA – The former leader of a large-scale Honduran drug trafficking organisation has been sentenced to 37 years in prison for trafficking thousands of kilograms of cocaine bound for the United States. Noe Montes-Bobadilla, 35, was sentenced by US district judge Liam O’Grady for the Eastern District of Virginia. According to court documents, Montes-Bobadilla […]

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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands — The world’s largest travel site, TripAdvisor, has named Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) the “best airline in the Caribbean” and a top “speciality and leisure airline” within the entire North America region. The announcement comes as part of TripAdvisor’s 2019 travellers’ choice awards results for airline categories, issued April 2, 2019. […]

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Discover Puerto Rico, the island’s first-ever and new destination marketing organization, has announced that the island will serve as the host for the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) 2020 global summit, following the formal announcement made by WTTC at the closing ceremony of the 2019 summit in Seville, Spain. […]

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By David Jessop In almost every country in the Caribbean, tourism has been transformative. As an economic driver, it has primarily outpaced other sectors to the extent that in much of the region the industry now generates the most substantial national share of GDP, delivers significant taxes and foreign exchange, and performs a critical social […]

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By Melissa Martin PhD Give your brain a workout—read a book. Pump up the muscle mass between your two ears. Reading is important. Also, people in all countries around the globe deserve the right to learn to read. Literacy for all The United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organisation (UNESCO) estimates that 175 million young […]

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Dear Sir: When Ralph Gonsalves told the electorate something, commenting after the failed referendum poll 2009, he made it very obvious that he was aware that bribing the voters at the time of elections is the only sure way to get elected. A criminal act, both for the briber and the bribed. You can be […]

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Dear Sir: Perhaps it is a nasty habit of mine, but whenever I am in Grenada, I tend to get a proud feeling of being in the country, and I grab every moment of the time spent here to engage with people and soak up the good things our country got to offer. However; as […]

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