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(SNO) — The Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL) Miguel Fevrier on Monday revealed that HTS/Radio 100 journalist Rehani Isidore “continues to fight for his life” in hospital. In a video statement, Fevrier said MASL learnt of Isidore’s hospitalisation over the weekend but did not give any reason for the journalist’s hospitalisation. In addition, St. ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — An international businessman, who describes himself as a “proud Kittitian”, is so fed up with the lack of construction progress and broken promises at Caribbean Galaxy’s Ramada resort in St Kitts and Nevis that he is prepared to wager EC$5 million (US$1.85 million) with the firm’s […]

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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s royals unveiled a new protocol on Monday for users of their social media channels, asking for kindness and warning of possible police action following a rise in abusive comments, often aimed at Prince Harry’s pregnant wife Meghan. Abusive and even threatening remarks have become commonplace on the comment sections and Twitter […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now Associate Managing Editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Recently, Caribbean airline LIAT’s chief executive officer Julie Reifer-Jones acknowledged that the company is in need of a US$5 million cash injection to stay afloat. Reifer-Jones said stakeholders will be called upon to make adjustments as part of the efforts to […]

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A study on adolescents in St. Lucia has identified several concerns for this key demographic, which represents 16 per cent of the island’s population, the Barbados-based UNICEF Office for the Eastern Caribbean Area said Monday. It said that the study titled “Adolescent Well-being and Equity in Saint Lucia,” was developed by the St. Lucia government […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor ABU DHABI, UAE — Guyana and Suriname attended the 46th Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) under the title “50 years of Islamic cooperation: Road map for prosperity and development”, which started on Friday and ended on Sunday. Heading the Guyana delegation […]

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NEW YORK, USA — As political tensions continue to escalate in Venezuela, a United Nations independent human rights expert has called on the government to “take all necessary measures to guarantee judicial independence,” following concerns that some pressure may have been placed on the country’s justice system “to act against the political opposition”. “All Venezuelan […]

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WASHINGTON, USA (PAHO) — The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called for countries in the region of the Americas to prepare for a timely response to possible outbreaks of dengue. The disease is endemic in the Region and, since its reintroduction in the 1980s, has caused cyclical outbreaks and epidemics every three to five […]

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By Jewel Fraser PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (IPS) — The Caribbean Climate Smart Accelerator launched last year June with the backing of Virgin’s Richard Branson has given itself five years to help the region become climate resilient. Its CEO Racquel Moses, who was appointed in January of this year, told IPS the climate smart accelerator sees itself […]

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