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ST JOHNS, Antigua – Grammy-nominated artist and Soca King of the World, Machel Montano joins forces with the government of Antigua and Barbuda, the United Nations and Norway to combat plastic pollution. The Hodges Bay Resort and Spa, Antigua’s newest, luxury resort nestled on turquoise blue waters on the northern side of the island was […]

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By José Adán Silva MANAGUA, Nicaragua (IPS) – Eight months of social and political crisis in Nicaragua have hit the exercise of independent journalism in the country, with 712 cases of violations of the free exercise of journalism, one murdered reporter, two in prison and dozens fleeing into exile, in addition to several media outlets […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England – The World Medical Association (WMA) has again called for Taiwan to be given observer status at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. The WMA argues that the inclusion of Taiwan is a health matter and not a political issue. The World Health Assembly is the decision-making […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  A 29-year-old po­lice con­sta­ble, who was set on fire by her Coast Guard of­fi­cer boyfriend dur­ing an ar­gu­ment yes­ter­day, re­mained ward­ed in crit­i­cal con­di­tion in hos­pi­tal, on Sun­day. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, around 4 am, WPC Kel­ly-Ann Humphrey and her boyfriend, who is a chef in the Coast Guard, were at their apart­ment at Bound­ary […]

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Whenever we publish a story containing negative or embarrassing facts concerning the regional operations of Sandals Resorts International or its owner, Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, the trolls, no doubt paid by Sandals, emerge from their subterranean lairs and try to spin reality using their own “alternative facts”. So it was following the recent publication of our […]

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By David Jessop In a more normal world, a communication produced by the European Commission (EC) setting out the main elements of Europe’s future policy towards Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) might only be of passing interest. However, at a time when international relations are in flux, and Washington has claimed the right to […]

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Lyndon Cooper was re-elected president of the Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. at the organisation’s 32nd Ordinary Congress held on Saturday, May 4 at the Bay Gardens Hotel. Joining Cooper for the next four years are Boniface Stephen Regis, who was elected first vice president; Mary Campbell, second vice president; Emmanuel Bellas, vice president (southern ...

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Dear Sir: There was a time when Moruga went from a regular water supply to a period of over ten years without pipe borne water. In less than one year a Panday led United National Congress (UNC) government returned water to the community in an initiative entitled “water for all”. Today many villages that were […]

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