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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The European Union (EU) on May 28, launched a 28 million euro Regional Climate Resilience Building Facility, the largest grant-funded resilience building project in the Caribbean to date. Implemented by the World Bank and the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility, this will provide financial resources for technical assistance, disaster insurance and resilient investment […]
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Bandits have again attacked the La Bayee  Zion Seventh Day Adventist Church and the adjoining La Bayee Primary School. The attack on Sunday was the second in less than a month. Church spokesman Eustace Monrose told St Lucia Times that the intruders ransacked the principal’s office. Monrose said that an assessment of what was stolen […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), in partnership with St Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority (SVGTA), will be providing a platform for the region to address some of the most pressing issues facing Caribbean tourism at the region’s premier conference on sustainable tourism development in August. In what will be the first international […]
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By Adrian Loveridge I was fortunate enough to attend the very first Caribbean Aviation Meet-Up hosted in Dominica during 2016 and use the word ‘fortunate’ without reservation, as even after over 50 years being deeply involved in a wide range of tourism ventures, still found the event refreshingly informative and frankly, inspirational.  The 4th annual […]
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By Dr Neals J. Chitan From the latter part of the 20th century, the issue of personal rights and freedoms have taken center stage in local and international discussions and forums, demanding civic responsibility from “the powers that be” in a bold attempt to ensure people’s rights to self-expression. Although this freedom of expression movement […]
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By Cdr. Bud Slabbaert In about one week I’m chairing the 4th annual Caribbean Aviation Meetup conference on St Maarten/St Martin. I’m often asked for advice from speakers. Here we go….   Many conferences suffer from boring presentations. Killer presentations are absolutely rare. Higher standards should be set. Those higher standards may be quite different […]
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Dear Sir: Boeing 747, first flight February 9, 1969. Introduction to service January 22, 1970, with Pan American World Airways. According to manufacturers, 747’s are capable of 20,000 cycles, so if that’s two flights per day at eight or more hours each, we are looking at 30 years. If a passenger 747–400 starts service in […]
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