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VOX: Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that every woman of reproductive age get at least 400 micrograms of folic acid, a B vitamin, every day. The CDC can make this recommendation because of the groundbreaking work of scientist Lucy Wills. In the 1920s, her work in India led to the discovery […]

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The aunt of one of the two young men who died after the motorbike on which they were travelling collided with a car at Richfond, Dennery, Saturday night, has expressed concern over the posting on  social media of graphic images from the accident. “My concern, I don’t know if it is government – I don’t […]

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Press Release:– The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring and pedestrian public that road markings from Gros Islet to Castries along the Castries –Gros Islet Highway are scheduled to recommence on Tuesday May 14, 2019.  These markings include the re-marking of the edge and center lines. Motorists are asked to be […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring and pedestrian public that road markings from Gros Islet to Castries along the Castries–Gros Islet Highway is scheduled to recommence on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. These markings include the re-marking of the edge and center lines. Motorists are asked to ...

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com ROSEAU, Dominica – Last Wednesday, the opposition United Workers Party (UWP) of Dominica indicated that their [thus far unidentified] plans for housing development in Dominica “will be different from what is being offered” by the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) under the leadership of Prime Minister […]
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By Wellington C Ramos Caribbean News Now contributor BELMOPAN, Belize – In the Referendum Election held in Belize, Wednesday May 8, 2019, approximately 65 percent of the registered voters or 148,500 cast their vote. The results were yes-53,388 and no-43,029, out of 96,417 of the total votes that were cast. This turnout percentage was even […]
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GEORGETOWN, Guyana – CARICOM trade ministers meeting in Guyana on April 29 approved a range of recommendations aimed at positioning the region’s rum industry to take advantage of the global market better. The measures address a host of domestic and international issues that affect the competitiveness of the industry, which is considered the region’s premier […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England – An interim statement released by Commonwealth Observer Group (COG) chairman and former Bahamas prime minister, Hubert Ingraham, laid out the group’s initial observations. Ingraham described the vote as “credible, transparent and inclusive.” The results revealed that 55,388 people voted yes (or 55.37 percent) and 43,028 voted no […]
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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad –– The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), in collaboration with Montserrat stakeholders, have created a new video entitled “Our Changing Fisheries: Voices from Montserrat.” The video features local voices and perspectives from fisherfolks, coastal and marine resource users on changes being experienced in Montserrat’s fisheries sector, in the context of climate […]
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