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BBC- Barcelona concluded the season by suffering a second humbling defeat in the space of a couple of weeks, following up their Champions League capitulation at Liverpool by losing the Copa del Rey final 2-1 against Valencia on Saturday night. Even though they were comfortable winners of La Liga, finishing 11 points clear of second-placed Atletico Madrid and a …
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NBC Sports- The Warriors’ road to a third straight NBA championship will run through The Six. Golden State will square off with Toronto in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night at Scotiabank Arena, thanks to the Raptors’ 100-94 win over the Milwaukee Bucks in Saturday night’s Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. …
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By Caribbean News Now contributor GRAND TURK, TCI – Drug seizures conducted as part of collaborative efforts to combat trafficking in Turks and Caicos and The Bahamas have already outpaced those of 2018. According to the United States Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Western Hemisphere, Cynthia Kierscht Friday significant gains were achieved as the Caribbean […]
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KINGSTON, Jamaica – From reggae and dancehall music to jingles extolling the virtues of everything from laundry detergent to fast food, the way to any Jamaican’s heart is through song — prompting Panos Caribbean, a media-savvy non-governmental organisation, to take a musical approach to spread its environmental message. The organisation has been successfully sharing critical […]
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ST JOHNS, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority (ABTA) has amped up regional trade and consumer marketing for the destination’s new summer campaign #WhatCoolLooksLike by taking promotional activities to Trinidad and Guyana this May. Leading the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority’s regional promotions was regional marketing consultant, Charmaine Spencer and marketing officer Raynel […]
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The fourth annual Caribbean Aviation Meetup conference will be held June 11-13 on St Maarten/St Martin. The conference is hosted by the tourism authorities of the two sides of the island and is supported by a number of major international aviation companies. The Caribbean Aviation Meetup conference (CARIBAVIA), is a results and solutions-oriented communication platform […]
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By Adrian Loveridge Barbados has been hugely successful in attracting new airlift and all our major markets have largely benefitted, most notably the United States. The new German Wings upcoming three flights each week from Frankfurt hopefully will dramatically increase our Continental European visitors. Not just from Germany, but from all the bordering countries that […]
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By Cdr. Bud Slabbaert The older I get, the more I start asking why, and I start questioning all the answers. Maybe it’s a remnant of the child in me. When children are getting to the age of three, they start asking questions. It heralds a sudden upsurge in their intellectual development. The very youngest […]
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By Arley Gill The Monroe Doctrine was hatched in 1823 by the United States of America. This policy by the Americans declares that any further efforts, by European nations to take control of any independent state in North or South America, would be viewed as “the manifestation of an unfriendly disposition toward the United States”. […]
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