British Airways plan to resume some flights days after high winds and heavy rain batter Florida

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Relief efforts have begun in the wake of Hurricane Irma which battered and blasted through the Caribbean then Florida. Leaving behind a trail of mass devastation, nearly six million people were evacuated from Florida including holidaymakers over the weekend . Now, in her aftermath and with Hurricane Jose close on Irma’s tail, there could still Read More

CIBC forecasts 0% economic growth for Trinidad & Tobago in 2017

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Sunday, September 10 2017 @ 09:52 AM AST Contributed by: AleemKhan Views: 69 Shane Lowe, CIBC FirstCaribbean analyst says in Q3 report released last week: “At the end of its recent Article IV mission to Trinidad and Tobago, the IMF highlighted that while economic growth remains weak, additional exploration, refinery upgrades and improvements in the Read More

Trinidad & Tobago oil & gas prices up, EOG Resources tells SEC

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Monday, September 11 2017 @ 12:00 AM AST Contributed by: AleemKhan Views: 80 * EOG RESOURCES SEC FILING SHOWS: * TRINIDAD & TOBAGO OIL AND GAS PRICES RISING – – OIL UP 36% – – GAS UP 32% * THOUGH NOT BACK TO 2014 LEVELS… * …PRICES FIND SUPPORT ABOVE 2016 FLOOR New York-listed EOG Read More

‘Our duty to honor and reciprocate’: Cayman sends aid to beleaguered Caribbean

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Although they escaped Irma’s devastation unscathed, long-time residents of the Cayman Islands well recall the aftermath of a catastrophic hurricane. “Many of us remember Hurricane Ivan and the help our sister territories provided to us during that difficult time,” Deputy Police Commissioner Anthony Ennis said Saturday. “It is our duty to honor and Read More

Festive Fundraiser a Foodie’s Delight

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By Jennifer Eden One of the culinary world’s most anticipated evenings of the year is almost upon us, with chefs, sommeliers, food critics and fine-wine lovers gearing up for the 40th anniversary of An Evening on the Beach, the annual St. Vincent Meals on Wheels of Los Angeles fundraiser. Held each year at the Jonathon Read More

St. Kitts and Nevis receives support from OECS, as Hurricane Irma recovery efforts continue

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(Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – St. Kitts and Nevis’ post Hurricane Irma relief efforts were significantly boosted over the weekend, as the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) coordinated a regional response to the needs of the twin-island Federation, as well as the needs of the other islands affected. On Read More

Stricter security needed at Guyana’s maritime ports following cocaine bust in rice shipment

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The five bags in which the cocaine was found in a container with a shipment of rice at the Kingston Container Terminal, Jamaica. General Manager of one of Guyana’s largest rice distributors Nand Persaud and Co. Limited has called on government to implement stricter security at all of the main entry ports utilized by shipping Read More

Pensioner dies after Corentyne hit and run

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Andre Buchan A Corentyne pensioner became Guyana’s latest road fatality victim after he was killed in a hit and run accident on the Tain Corentyne Public road. Dead is Andre Buchan called Nalvan of Lot 51 Block 4, Tain Settlement, Corentyne. According to information received, the accident occurred at around 7 O’clock Sunday night. It Read More

Norton’s shift to Department of Culture, Youth and Sport will aid political mobilisation

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Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton’s recent takeover of the Department of Culture, Youth and Sport is expected to assist in government’s political mobilisation of Amerindians, political analysts said. When a source close to the minister was asked whether the added ministerial responsibility of the Vice Chairman of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Read More

Artworks attributed to Dubuffet and Van Gogh will headline Woodshed Art Auctions’ Prestige Collection sale, Sept. 20

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Framed oil on Masonite painting attributed to Jean Dubuffet (Fr., 1901-1985). An oil on Masonite painting attributed to Jean Dubuffet (Fr., 1901-1985) and a pen and brown ink drawing by Vincent Van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890) are up for bid. “Consignors to our September sale have amazed me. The list of what they’ve sent reads like Read More