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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Twelve thousand pounds of mangoes were exported on Thursday(June 13) to the United States. The mangoes – ‘Julie’ and ‘East Indian’ – were the first set to be exported from Jamaica to the US in 20 years. Export of the mangoes, which is being facilitated through the Mango Irradiation Programme, is expected ...

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(AFP) — Joe Root scored his second century of the World Cup as England crushed the West Indies by eight wickets in Southampton on Friday with 16.5 overs to spare. The host nation won the toss and made the most of favourable bowling conditions on a day when the rain finally relented, bowling the West ...

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AFP:– A Caribbean airline that helps bind together the region’s many island nations has been saved from going under — at least for now — by a rescue plan led by the government of Antigua and Barbuda. The 45-year-old LIAT, owned by a handful of regional governments, provides vital service between 15 Caribbean countries, connected by […]

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Saint Lucia Thursday morning officially broke ground for the construction of the first Fixed Based Operation (FBO) at Hewanorra International Airport. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says the new facility  will provide premium services to private and corporate air-crafts. Writing on his official Facebook page, Chastanet disclosed that Caribbean aviation services provider I.A.M. Jet Centre Group […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England – According to a leaked internal report obtained by the BBC and recently reported that the Commonwealth Secretariat in London is in “urgent need” of reform; there are “deep concerns” about the governance structures of the organisation which “lacks clarity” and requires to be “more transparent and accountable”, […]
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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Nine players set to feature for West Indies “A” in their upcoming home series against India “A” next month are among 15 players chosen to attend a Cricket West Indies High Performance training camp, starting Monday, June 17, aimed at enhancing their red-ball cricket skills. Test fast bowler Shermon Lewis and ...

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By Burcu Hacibedel and Priscilla Muthoora WASHINGTON, USA  – Rising economic growth has reduced inequality in low-income and emerging market countries over the years. In good economic times, young people working helps reduce inequality in both groups of countries. But when growth slows down and jobs are lost, more young people out of work in […]
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Press Release:- The Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship ‘RFA MOUNTS BAY’ will pay a visit to Barbados from the 14 – 17 June 2019, as part of the UK’s preparations to provide regional support this Hurricane Season. Equipped with heady duty vehicles, a Royal Navy Wild-Cat helicopter and personnel from 24 Commando Royal Engineers; RFA Mounts Bay […]

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT DATE: 14TH JUNE, 2019 FORECASTER: E. FRANCIS PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY AND HAZY. PRESENT WEATHER AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT IS CLOUDY AND HAZY. PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 31 C OR 88 F. LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 25 C OR 77 F. ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor GRAND TURK, TCI – “Expressions,” a top-rated talk show on Radio Turks and Caicos (RTC) has been forced off the air by the ministry of home affairs, public utilities and transportation, a government official confirmed Wednesday. Some are calling the move, an attack on freedom of speech. Goldray Ewing is […]
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