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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — The Eastern Caribbean island of Grenada has been selected as the venue for the fifth regional meeting of the Caribbean Internet Peering and Interconnection Forum, CarPIF, set for June 12 to 13. The annual international event, which draws Internet giants like Facebook and Google to the region, is focused on developing […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua and Barbuda, has been voted Best Attraction in the Caribbean. Nelson’s Dockyard, the only continuously working Georgian naval dockyard in the world, topped the category in the annual Ten Best Readers’ Choice Award, as voted by USA Today readers. Declared a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural […]

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BBC News:-  A US maths professor has received praise after images of him looking after a student’s baby during class went viral on social media. Baby Assata was brought to the lesson by her father, Wayne Hayer, who had been unable to find a babysitter. After explaining his situation, Professor Nathan Alexander held the child for […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders The United States of America, Canada and the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean together share the deeply-held values of democracy and human rights more than the majority of other countries in the Western hemisphere. The long history of slavery and indentured bondage in the English-speaking Caribbean, linked to the courageous act […]

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By David Jessop Health tourism is an enormous and highly competitive global business. Reliable estimates indicate that by 2021 the worldwide health tourism market will reach somewhere between US$46.6 billion and US$125 billion per annum and is experiencing a compound annual growth rate of somewhere between 13 and 19 per cent. In contrast the World […]

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By Jean H. Charles I have always suspected that the Haitian electorate in the United States has the strength of a laser beam that can make or break a candidate at election time. Like the Hassidic Jews, the Haitian electorate, when boosted by a proper leader who can explain the benefits of supporting one candidate […]

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By Drexwell Seymour Background Information: In December 2005, Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) Bank opened its doors in the Turks and Caicos eventually serving three islands, Providenciales, North Caicos and Grand Turk. In April 2010, the Financial Services Commission made an application to the court to liquidate the bank and appointed two individuals who did […]

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Dear Sir: “I am sure that the operation of the AIA [Argyle International Airport] will prove the politically jaundiced doomsayers wrong again” (Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister, St, Vincent and the Grenadines [SVG], February 6, 2017). *** “ONE OF the most remarkable developments in this country’s history has been the construction of the Argyle International […]

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Dear Sir: The People’s National Movement (PNM) is obsessed with tagging the Kamla Persad-Bissessar-led People’s Partnership (PP) government as over-spenders. It seems to me if you have money in the treasury to spend, then you should spend it! The PP spent the money on highways, roads, hospitals, schools and national safety apparatus. They also gave […]

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The Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL), through its President, Miguel Fevrier, has issued the following statement on the recent hospitalization of Journalist, Rehani Isidore. The statement is reproduced below: The Media Association of Saint Lucia over the weekend learned of the hospitalization of HTS/Radio 100 Journalist and Presenter Rehani Isidore. As our colleague continues […]

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