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Two vehicles were destroyed by fire at Bocage, Castries, Friday morning about 10.00 a.m. Mechanic Myron Zepherin told St Lucia Times that he was at home when he heard a noise and upon investigating, saw that a Rover Saloon was ablaze. Zepherin said he immediately summoned the Saint Lucia Fire Service which responded quickly. But […]

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) — The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda has indicated that the British entrepreneurial magnate, Sir Richard Branson – of Virgin Atlantic fame – has shown interest in investing in the financially challenged regional airline, LIAT. This was according the Chief of Staff within the Office of the Prime Minister, Lionel Hurst, who made the ...

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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Five countries, namely: Curacao, Grenada, Jamaica, St Maarten and Suriname adhered to the Caribbean Safe School Initiative and adopted the Antigua and Barbuda declaration on School safety during the second Caribbean Safe School Ministerial Forum. The forum was held from April 29 to 30, 2019 in Kingstown and hosted by the […]

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By Gerard Best BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – It’s easy to overlook but hard to overstate that the internet really is a network of humans. This lattice of professional and personal relationships, this internet of humans, includes those who design, build, maintain, secure and use the physical networks that make up the global internet. In the Caribbean, […]

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ATLANTA, USA —This winter, travelling from Detroit to two iconic destinations in the Caribbean will become much easier. Starting December 21, the airline will expand its Saturday-only service to winter seasonal daily flights, offering more connectivity between its Detroit’s Metropolitan Airport hub and Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica, as well as to Punta […]

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Discover Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico’s first-ever Destination Marketing Organization (DMO), 2019 Q1 lodging demand is on par with 2017 Q1 levels just 14 months post-hurricane Maria, signalling an unprecedented pace of recovery for a destination. Total demand for independent rentals is up 72 percent from 2017, Q1 levels, underscoring a […]

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By Antonio Guterres United Nations Secretary-General A free press is essential for peace, justice, sustainable development and human rights. No democracy is complete without access to transparent and reliable information. It is the cornerstone for building fair and impartial institutions, holding leaders accountable and speaking truth to power. This is especially true during election seasons […]

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The amazing clip shows the primate holding a smartphone in one hand and clicking on the screen with another. … When he gets bored, he goes back and clicks on a video of men playing with a snake. The ape seems to get disinterested quicker this time and soon clicks on another video of a […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders It’s no secret that the countries of the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) are divided over the response to the situation in Venezuela. Detractors of the CARICOM project and Caribbean integration have seized upon the obvious cleavage in the grouping to advance their view that not only is Caribbean integration […]

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By Tyrone Hodge “Persons without the knowledge of their history and culture are like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey In Anguilla, we the indigenous people seem to not know or choose to remember from whence we came. The Anguillians of today that are the millennials haven’t a clue and through no fault of […]

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