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By Caribbean News Now contributor NASSAU, Bahamas – Scientists have classified four previously unidentified species of plume moths in The Bahamas. Plume moths are a class of tiny moths with uniquely modified wings. Plume moths are named for the fringelike scales that decorate their wings. When stretched, the appearance of the mosquito-sized moths mirrors a […]
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Dear Sir: The news of the passing of our dear Barry Randall has deeply saddened me and I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences and sympathy to the bereaved family, friends, and colleagues. I have known Barry since 2011 when I first ventured into the Caribbean. From then on, he has been one of […]
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Dear Sir: We fought for the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 1999 and now we stand to lose it. Instead of strengthening legislation which empowers our citizens while promoting accountability and transparency, our leaders are choosing to weaken and/or prevent public access to information. Why would the Rowley administration do that? Freedom of information is […]
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By David Cox KINGSTON, Jamaica, — Despite being the daughter of Jamaica’s most famous son, Cedella Marley still remembers the schoolyard body shaming she experienced as a teenager while growing up competing at netball and swimming. “I got teased mercilessly for being overweight back then,” 51-year-old Marley, the eldest child of reggae icon Bob Marley […]
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Dear Sir: The World Bank forecasts global growth, after reaching 3.1 percent in both 2017 and 2018, is expected to decelerate to 2.9 percent in 2019 and over the next two years as global slack dissipates, major central banks remove policy accommodation, and the recovery in commodity exporters matures. Moderating activity and heightened risks are […]
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