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(SNO) — The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) on Sunday (just after midnight) released information on reports on the effects of the weekend heavy rains on the island. Rising water levels in various river basins have been reported. “In particular, NEMO is capable of monitoring (virtually) the Alba bridge and at 10:34 pm on 10.11. 2018, ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett is among this year’s recipients of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) Champions in Challenge Award. The presentation took place at the International Travel Crisis Management Summit (ITCMS) in London on Friday. The awards, sponsored by the New York-based mark eting communications firm Finn Partners, ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — An el­der­ly cou­ple of Ma­son Hall, To­ba­go, say they have been left trau­ma­tised fol­low­ing an ear­ly morn­ing or­deal with po­lice of­fi­cers of the To­ba­go Task Force. Eu­ck­lyn Chap­man, 64, and her hus­band, Ce­cil, 69, of Cro­ton Lane, said peo­ple dressed as po­lice of­fi­cers showed up at their res­i­dence around 4 am yes­ter­day ...

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(BBC) — Tanzanian President John Magufuli has sacked both the agriculture and trade ministers, and threatened to deploy the military over a cashew nut crisis. Traders have been given a Monday deadline to buy crops from farmers at an approved price, and not below. If this does not happen, Mr Magufuli said he will send ...

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(CMC) – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says the Bahamas has been selected as the only Caribbean country to compete among 10 other startups from Latin America and the Caribbean for the “Most Innovative” title in December. The Washington-based financial institution disclosed that “PO8” by Matthew Arnett is the Bahamian startup that was selected. The ...

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(CMC) – Cuba’s Minister of Tourism, Manuel Marrero, says the island will reach the over four million tourist mark by the end of this year. Marrero who was speaking during a recent meeting with tour operators, travel agents, airline representatives and media in Milan, Italy, said as part of the island’s tourism development plan, there ...

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(CMC) – Veteran calypsonian, Calypso Rose will be awarded the Grand Prize for World Music when she attends the Sacem Grand Prix in France next month. Calypso Rose, 78, the holder of Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago —the country’s highest award ,is among a list of awardees that in­cludes Eng­lish song­writer Ed ...

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(CMC) – The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says new exhibits to be displayed at its headquarters here seek to promote inclusive development through local art in the Caribbean and Latin America. The Washington-based financial institution said its cultural center will open “A City of Questions: DC Artists Encouraging Inclusive Development” on Tuesday. “The exhibition gathers ...

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(SNO) – A home owner of Inglewood Acres, Grand Riviere, Gros Islet is lucky to be alive today after a wall collapsed during the weekend’s heavy rains, damaging his house and pickup van, extensively. John d’Auvergne escaped with only minor bruises to his feet, but he is counting his blessings because the debris smashed through ...

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — Three Venezuelan men are expected to appear before a Point Fortin magistrate tomorrow for having a Kel-Tec Sub 2000 machine gun and a total of 348 rounds of ammunition. South Western Division police arrested the men on Friday at about 7 pm at a house in Icacos Village in Cedros. Police searched ...

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