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POINTE-À-PITRE, Guadeloupe – Every two years, BirdsCaribbean holds its international conference. The meeting is the largest of its kind, attracting hundreds of guests from the region and beyond. This year, the meeting will be held on the island of Guadeloupe from July 25-29. BirdsCaribbean is the largest conservation group in the region. Its members come […]
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PENNSYLVANIA, USA – AMResorts®, an Apple Leisure Group® (ALG) related brand, recently announced a new resort brand management deal that will bring Dreams® Resorts and Spas to El Macao in the Dominican Republic. Upon opening in the second quarter of 2020, Dreams Macao Beach Punta Cana will be the 11th AMResorts branded property on the […]
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Consultants are on island this week to be part of a broad-based stakeholder consultation with members of the National Safe Schools Committee. The consultation brings together education officers, the police, and the Ministry of Health on the Model Safe Schools Programme, an initiative designed to incorporate comprehensive disaster risk management considerations into education sector policies. […]

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MIAMI, USA – The governor of the US Virgin Islands Albert Bryan Jr is extremely encouraged by the response of investors to the tourism opportunities and incentives offered by the territory. He noted that the potential of the US Virgin Islands excited a lot of interest at last week’s Caribbean Hotel and Resort Investment Summit […]
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By Melanius Alphonse After the 2000’s, the world’s economic centre of gravity shifted from the developed economies towards emerging economies. China, Latin America and Caribbean countries (LAC) in the global economy have emerged as key actors. These moves at the global level significantly increased economic links between China and LAC. Meanwhile, in the last twenty […]
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By H.E. Bader Almatrooshi One of the most growing challenges encountered these days in the Caribbean is access to energy. This region is highly dependent on imported oil, and other fossil fuels for transport and electricity, accounting for millions spent every year in this sector. No doubts, this dependency negatively impacts the overall competitiveness of […]
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By Akilah Holder While re-reading African-American Professor Dr. Joy Degruy Leary’s book, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, the following passages took on new meaning for me as I remembered the gay rights movement and the extreme to which it has gone to legitimize that lifestyle: “By the time of Madison, it was generally accepted among many […]
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