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WASHINGTON, USA — The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) will collaborate to train indigenous youth in the Inter-American System. The initiative will begin with young indigenous people from Colombia, Suriname, and Brazil, but it can be extended to indigenous communities in other countries. The purpose of the agreement signed […]
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By Shaun Malcolm PROVIDENCIALES, TCI – The current Providenciales housing shortage is projected to intensify into a full-blown housing crisis in the near future and there is currently no solution in sight. Expatriate workers imported into the country over the years as tourism and associated construction industries have grown and absorbed much of the local […]
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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) –  Since the “winds of change” began blowing and the United Kingdom (UK) started the process of decolonization, its willingness to maintain its help and support for its former colonies over the years has been an important factor in the future of the countries it once occupied, including the Cayman […]
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SOUFRIERE, St Lucia — The highly regarded chefs at Saint Lucia’s Anse Chastanet resort located in Soufriere, have expanded their culinary offerings by serving up an entirely vegan experience to visitors. The storied resort transformed the menu at the popular Emeralds restaurant from vegetarian to 100 percent vegan.  “We saw an increasing demand for vegan […]
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By Sir Ronald Sanders In his three and a half years as Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres has proved himself sensitive and alert to the difficulties confronting Caribbean states.  He has been an example that Secretaries-General of other inter-governmental organisations would do well to emulate, particularly those interested in being elected for second terms. […]
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By John M. Skippings The president of the United States of America is elected every four years, on the first Tuesday, after the first Monday, in November. However, unlike virtually every other democratic country there is, the president is not elected directly by a majority of American voters. He – no ‘she’ as yet, although […]
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By Derrick Miller A balancing act Poor medical care is ubiquitous as studies have shown that it is often routed disparities along racial and ethnic lines. Becoming ill can get extremely dark quickly on these shores. Poverty remains the main cause in most Caribbean islands, but one’s status woven in ongoing social stratification since colonialism […]
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