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Press Release:-  Over the past 5 months young entrepreneurs have been battling it out to secure a place in the final of the Caribbean Entrepreneur Challenge (CEC), a component of the Trade Enhancement for the Eastern Caribbean (TEECA) project, hosted by the Martinique Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the CTM, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean […]

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Press Release:– Hon. Stephenson King, Minister for Labour has decided to step in in an industrial matter between the Management of Secure St. Lucia Ltd and the National Workers Union. This decision was conveyed to the Union and the company in a letter dated June 6, 2019 from the Labour Commissioner (Ag.) Miss Cornelia Jn. Baptiste. […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — On Sunday, June 23, 2019, from 3 p.m., the National Cultural Center Grounds will come alive as the predominant sound of Carnival, Groovy and Power Soca, takes its first stage of the competition. In 2018, the Groovy Monarch title was captured by Arthur, while Ricky T with Teddyson John, walked away with the ...

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Press Release:–  In response to a proposal put forward by India at the UN General Assembly in 2014 for adoption of June 21 as the International Day of Yoga (IDY), which was co-sponsored by 177-member countries and approved by 193-members UN GA by consensus, June 21 was declared as the International Day of Yoga by […]

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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Antigua and Barbuda is one of the founding signatory countries to a treaty that establishes the Caribbean Customs Organisation (CCO). Some 14 territories formalised the agreement at a meeting in late May of the XLI Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council, which the CCO now replaces. The meeting took place in Cuba. […]
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Is there anything more Barbadian than the flyingfish? Barbados is known the world over as the ‘land of the flyingfish’ (never mind that flyingfish live in the sea). The national dish – ‘flyingfish and cou-cou’, a staple in Bajan rum shops – ‘flyingfish cutters’, or simply roasted on an open fire with breadfruit to accompany […]

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Down syndrome, also known as trisomy 21, is the most common of chromosomal abnormalities and affects around one in 1,000 babies each year. It was first described in 1866 by a British doctor, John Langdon Down, after whom it is named. It was not until 1959, however, that the genetic link was discovered. There are three known types of Down syndrome:

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By Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Addressing the opening ceremony of the sixth meeting of foreign ministers of CARICOM and Cuba, in Georgetown, Guyana, CARICOM Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque stated that the Caribbean Community and Cuba have forged a deep and meaningful relationship based on solidarity and cooperation; meanwhile Minister of Foreign Affairs […]
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Press Release:- Given the importance placed on the sustainable use of ocean resources at the national level, and the need for Saint Lucia to take advantage of the opportunities for the successful implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 (SDG 14), it is critical for the GOSL to continually spearhead work to effectively manage and conserve Saint […]

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