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ST JOHNS, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority has unveiled its new global summer campaign, #WhatCoolLooksLike, which is expected to convey the trendiness of the destination and its appeal as the ideal summer vacation spot for visitors looking for enjoyable experiences. The campaign draws on what makes the country unique and seeks to […]

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LONDON, England — Gambling is strictly regulated in the United Kingdom both online and on land. Whereas gambling actions on land have decreased substantially over the past few years, the online gaming business is more lucrative than ever in the UK. According to British daily tabloid The Mirror, what makes online gambling so appealing is […]

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Sky News:- Nine nurses working on the same maternity ward are all heavily pregnant and due to give birth at around the same time. The odds-defying baby boom provoked plenty of excitement upon its official reveal by Maine Medical Center, which said each of the women were expecting to welcome a new child over the next […]

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By Melanius Alphonse The government of Saint Lucia reported tourism arrivals increased in 2018 with 1.2 million tourists, including 800,000 cruise passengers and growth of 10.2 percent and expected through March 31, the influx of an additional 125,434 travellers. Minister for tourism, Dominic Fedee said that “everything possible is being done to ensure that Saint […]

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By Melissa Martin People in all countries tell stories about their history. Communities are hubs for talking and listening. Every person has a story, and every person is a story. So families are full of stories. “When families are invited to share their stories, folktales and culture, there are a number of benefits for children, […]

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Dear Sir: I have written over the years about the economic development of Singapore. However, the week I spent there provided me with the physical evidence of its stupendous economic achievements. This is a small country that saw its population grow from 1.63 million in 1960 to some 5.73 million today on a land mass […]

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Dear Sir: The trend should be regular shutdowns and protests against this uncaring and uncouth government. I think the nation should have had enough by now: job losses upon job losses week after week; mis-speak and double-speak regularly as if no one in power is sure exactly what’s going on. Meanwhile, we have a chairman […]

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Dear Sir: Terrorism, not only when it is practised, with maximum barbarity, by the authentic, distant descendants of the Prophet Muhammad, but also by white nationalists who believe in the unproven theory of racial purity of the so-called French aristocrat, Joseph Arthur de Gobineau (July 14, 1816, – 13 October 1882), “that civilizations decline and […]

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Dear Mark Cummins: Sir, I am requesting an urgent rectification to a wrongfully created a dangerous situation. I am also repeating what you may already know, I am advised, to address, and repeat the circumstances of this said situation to the PS of MTW and M. Sir, This said situation of which MTW Technical Officers […]

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – Former senior team manager, Ricky Skerritt, is the new president of Cricket West Indies (CWI). He defeated the incumbent, Dave Cameron 8 – 4; his running mate, Dr Kishore Shallow, who challenged Emmanuel Nanthan, also won the same margin. Grenada’s prime minister, Dr Keith Mitchell said Skerritt and Shallow, would “lift the […]

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