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HOUSTON, USA — Geo-data specialist company Fugro is embarking on a coastal mapping project in Jamaica and Haiti to support, the investment plan for the Caribbean regional track of the pilot program for climate resilience.  The work, which comprises approximately 2,000 square kilometres of integrated shallow water and land-based elevation data, was awarded to Fugro […]
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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Prime Minister Gaston Browne and members of the Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda erupted in thunderous applause on hearing the official announcement from Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (UWI), Sir Hilary Beckles, that Antigua and Barbuda will receive the 4th landed campus of The University of the West […]
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TORONTO, Canada – Air Canada and Transat A.T. Inc. announced Thursday that they have concluded a definitive arrangement agreement that provides for Air Canada’s acquisition of all issued and outstanding shares of Transat and its combination with Air Canada. The acquisition includes all outstanding shares of Transat for $13 per share. The value of the […]
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HOUSTON, USA – As the journalism industry rapidly evolves, what are professors in the field telling students about their job prospects? A new study from Rice University and Rutgers University finds educators are encouraging aspiring journalists to look for work outside the news business. “Professionalizing contingency: How Journalism Schools Adapt to Deprofessionalization,” will appear in […]
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By Ray Chickrie For decades Caribbean leaders have talked about an air-link between the Caribbean and Accra, Ghana, but now the idea is picking up pace after the visit of Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo to the Caribbean in June 2019. The issue was discussed between president Akufo-Addo and his Caribbean counterparts in Guyana, Barbados and […]
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By Dr Neals J. Chitan From our extensive crime reduction work across North America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean, I have concluded that the community-driven crime and homicides that plague our Caribbean region can be seriously mitigated by creating a thirst for success among our boys. If the truth be told, we will agree that […]
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Dear Sir: On Tuesday, April 16, of this year, Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson, who is also minister of finance in the Turks and Caicos (TCI), presented her People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) government’s 2019/2020 draft budget before the House of Assembly that included a new tax policy introducing a General Sales Tax (GST) in the TCI that […]
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Dear Sir: We in Trinidad and Tobago have a concern about climate change. We may have noticed that the days seem hotter, our wet, dry and hurricane seasons seem to have become unpredictable; there are droughts, when the rains do come there is massive flooding and we have seen more violent hurricanes than usual. All […]
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