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By Nickieta Sterling KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Tourism minister Edmund Bartlett says Jamaica has welcomed one million visitors to its shores in the first nine weeks of 2019. He said this has provided foreign exchange earnings of approximately US$800 million. “The industry is now at the peak of its growth, and the beauty about us […]

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NEW YORK, USA — Cannabis is steadily being adopted as a medical alternative for various applications. Primarily, consumers are using cannabis to treat a wide range of conditions such as chronic pain, cancer, epilepsy, AIDS, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Tourette’s. In most cases, patients suffering from medical conditions are normally prescribed a drug that has serious […]

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By Anthony L Hall Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is the homeland ‘only of the Jewish people,’ in a new jab at the country’s Arab minority ahead of April’s election. … Arabs comprise about 20 percent of Israel’s 9 million residents. They have full citizenship rights but have faced decades of discrimination. (The Associated Press, March […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders On 12 March, the Council of the 28-nations European Union (EU) placed 15 small territories on a list of what it calls ‘non-cooperative jurisdictions”. What the EC considers these territories to be “non-cooperative” about reveals the raw exercise of power by the strong over the weak. In this case, the firm […]

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By Adrian Loveridge All indications are that many of our visitors are becoming even more savvy or perhaps better described as creative in how they actually book and pay for holidays, tourism services and the various type of accommodation offerings. One such area of usage and growth are websites like TopCashback currently with separate operational […]

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By Wellington C. Ramos Prior to our independence on September 21, 1981, it was Great Britain’s responsibility to solve the territorial dispute with Guatemala. Since that date there are some Belizeans like our Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington, who believes that after we attained our independence it is now our responsibility, to make an attempt to […]

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Dear Sir: The discovery two weeks ago of a seahorse in North Bimini Bay in The Bahamas may very well be the sign that, with the temporary stoppage of dredging within the mangroves, these unique treasures may be returning to the area. It was a juvenile seahorse, which indicates the possible presence of adults in […]

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Dear Sir: I wish to bring to your attention an untenable situation that currently exists on Trinidad and Tobago’s roads particularly the Priority Bus Route (PBR), that is inimical to the rule of law, public safety, courtesy and the exercise of due care for road users in general, thereby creating a clear and imminent danger […]

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Dear Sir: Today, Tuesday 12th March, 8 am, Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) reported another oil spill, this time at the Port of Port of Spain on the Waterfront. When FFOS visited there was a dense concentration of oil around the Port of Spain Harbour near to an industrial barge. Eye witness reports […]

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