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Trinidad MP arrested; US seeks extradition

Trinidad MP arrested; US seeks extradition

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- Following his indictment in the US on eight counts of racketeering, fraud and money laundering, Trinidad member of parliament Jack Warner, former regional vice president of FIFA, was arrested and taken into custody on Wednesday afternoon.

Guyana's new president defends size of cabinet and renaming of ministries

Guyana

Guyana's new president defends size of cabinet and renaming of ministries GEORGETOWN, Guyana (GINA) -- President David Granger has dismissed claims that the new APNU/AFC coalition government in Guyana is a “large government,” and pointed out that there are fewer ministries than those under the previous administration. “It is the amalgamation of the ministries...

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More Caribbean governments should invest in LIAT, say regional PMs

Travel

More Caribbean governments should invest in LIAT, say regional PMs BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) -- Vincentian Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves and Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Brown have urged Caribbean governments that are not major shareholders of regional airline LIAT to change that status by giving meaningful financial support to the airline.

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ECLAC study on foreign direct investment puts focus on Caribbean

ECLAC

ECLAC study on foreign direct investment puts focus on Caribbean SANTIAGO, Chile -- The Caribbean receives higher amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI) when compared to other developing economies, according to a newly published report from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Entitled “Foreign Direct Investment in..

Caribbean to improve climate resilience with US$10 million programme

Climate

Caribbean to improve climate resilience with US$10 million programme WASHINGTON, USA -- The Caribbean region will increase its resilience to climate change by enhancing the adaptive capacity across the region through a US$10.39 million grant approved by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) through support from the pilot programme for climate resilience.

Haiti to get US$50m grant for cleaner water and better sanitation in cholera hot spots

Haiti

Haiti to get US$50m grant for cleaner water and better sanitation in cholera hot spots WASHINGTON, USA -- About 300,000 people from Haiti’s cholera-affected rural areas and small towns will benefit from increased access to clean water and sanitation as a result of a US$50 million grant from the International Development Association (IDA) approved on Wednesday by the World Bank.

British Virgin Islands to host regional parliamentary conference

British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands to host regional parliamentary conference ROAD TOWN, BVI -- The British Virgin Islands (BVI) will host the 40th annual conference of the Caribbean, Americas and the Atlantic Region of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA). Over 70 parliamentarians drawn from member states of that body are expected to arrive in the BVI in July.

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Carnival comes to communities across Antigua-Barbuda

Antigua & Barbuda

Carnival comes to communities across Antigua-Barbuda ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- With the early launch of the 2015 Carnival Celebrations, the Antigua Barbuda Festivals Commission (ABFC) is ready and set to bring Carnival into communities across the island with the unveiling of the 2015 Carnival Road Shows.  The aim of the 2015 Carnival Road...

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Let's Talk Business: There is never enough time in a day, or is there?

Business

Let's Talk Business: There is never enough time in a day, or is there? It’s odd that I would choose this topic to write about, as I would be the first to utter the words, “There is never enough time in a day!” A day in the life of Billie Bowe looks a little like this: get up, shower, take daughter to school, attend client meetings, write articles for three columns, conduct interviews...

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Commentary: Prepare, the Ingrahamites are near!

Opinion

Commentary: Prepare, the Ingrahamites are near! Ever since the opposition party in The Bahamas, the Free National Movement, elected their leader, Dr Hubert Minnis, in a snap mini-convention and with Dr Minnis having staved off and cut off a surging challenge from his fellow opposition member of parliament colleague, Mrs Loretta Butler-Turner...

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Commentary: Garifuna leaders meet with St Vincent opposition leader in New York

Opinion

Commentary: Garifuna leaders meet with St Vincent opposition leader in New York In 1797, after the British finally defeated the Garifuna people after years of resistance, they removed them from their native homeland “Yurumein”, now known as St Vincent and the Grenadines, to Baliceaux, an adjacent island. On this island, after their Garifuna nation was dismantled, they were...

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Letter: From promises to policy to fruition

Letters

Letter: From promises to policy to fruition At a public meeting in Valencia tonight, chairman of the PNM, Franklin Khan, promised road from Valencia to Toco and Ferry Service between Toco and Scarborough. No doubt many are hoping that these plans, though overdue, considered the increased traffic on the waterfront, reef protection...

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WIPA 'disappointed' in treatment of Chanderpaul by WICB

Sports

WIPA 'disappointed' in treatment of Chanderpaul by WICB KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The president and the executive of the West Indies Players’ Association has expressed its “immense disappointment” over the treatment by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) of Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who has given over two decades of service to West Indies cricket.

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Smile and Wave wins first Heineken Star Cup in Puerto Rico

Sports

Smile and Wave wins first Heineken Star Cup in Puerto Rico SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- The Puerto Rico Heineken International Regatta (PRHIR) and the Puerto Rico International Dinghy Regatta ended with great results, after three days of intense competition at The Yacht Club in Palmas del Mar, Humacao. Past 2 in the afternoon, the vessels started arriving...

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Cuban national baseball team to play Baltimore Orioles this year

Sports

Cuban national baseball team to play Baltimore Orioles this year HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- Cuba's national baseball team will face the Baltimore Orioles this year, at a date yet to be fixed. The president of the Cuban Sports Institute (INDER), Antonio Becali, told the press that there will be an exhibition game with the Orioles, which will take place on the island during 2015.

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