Rivers APC Sympathises With 16 Final Year Medical Students

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Rivers State chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) has sympathised with 16 stranded final year medical students from the state studying abroad. In a statement signed by its State Chairman, Davies Ibiamu Ikanya, and issued on Monday in Port Harcourt, the opposition party in the state said, “After due and careful study of the Save Read More

Red Eye Outbreak in Grenada

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by Linda Straker Health officials in Grenada have confirmed that the country has reached the required number of cases where it can declare that there is an outbreak of conjunctivitis otherwise called Pink/Red Eye. The Epidemiology Unit in the ministry which is headed by Dr Shawn Charles, shared the information with senior members of the Read More

Red Eye Outbreak in Grenada

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by Linda Straker Health officials in Grenada have confirmed that the country has reached the required number of cases where it can declare that there is an outbreak of conjunctivitis otherwise called Pink/Red Eye. The Epidemiology Unit in the ministry which is headed by Dr Shawn Charles, shared the information with senior members of the Read More

Succeeding Squadron: Four contenders vie for Democratic nod for Downtown’s Senate seat

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The Villager file photos(Left to right) Former Councilman Alan Gerson, Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh, and District Leader Paul Newell are among the four contenders maneuvering for the backroom support of the Deomocratic Party county committees to secure the party’s ballot line in the November election to replace retired state Sen. Daniel Squardon, who announced his surprise Read More

Guyana hiring health workers to send to hurricane-battered British Virgin Islands

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Guyana  would be rushing health workers to storm-battered British Virgin Islands (BVI) to provide medical and technical support to that United Kingdom dependency, government here announced. The Ministry of Public Health, through the office of the Chief Medical Officer. is recruiting medical staff and professionals who will work along with the Civil Defense Commission (CDC). Read More

Over 100 Prison Inmates Escape Because Of Hurricane Irma

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Over 100 high-risk inmates escaped a British Virgin Islands prison after it was partially destroyed by Hurricane Irma, according to a British junior minister Tuesday. “We had a serious threat of a complete breakdown of law and order in the British Virgin Islands (BVI),” junior foreign minister Alan Duncan said to Parliament. “The prison was Read More

5 restaurants where the views are as amazing as the food

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Dasheene, St. Lucia.Ladera Resort/Facebook Michelin-starred chefs, standout tasting menus, and extensive wine lists can only get you so far. When it comes to the world’s greatest meals — ambience is as big a factor as any. That’s why we’re all about these 10 next-level restaurants where mouthwatering plates are met with jaw-dropping scenery. View As: Read More

5 restaurants where the views are as amazing as the food

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Dasheene, St. Lucia.Ladera Resort/Facebook Michelin-starred chefs, standout tasting menus, and extensive wine lists can only get you so far. When it comes to the world’s greatest meals — ambience is as big a factor as any. That’s why we’re all about these 10 next-level restaurants where mouthwatering plates are met with jaw-dropping scenery. View As: Read More

Antigua’s ambassador urges US to honor WTO debt to aid Barbuda relief effort

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Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador in Washington wants the US government to finally make good on its outstanding World Trade Organization financial obligations to help Barbuda rebuild after Hurricane Irma. On Tuesday, Voice of America published an interview with Ronald Sanders, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States and the Organization of American States for Read More

PM Skerrit warns against mass evacuation to Dominica from Irma-affected countries

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Skerrit thinks it is a badly conceived idea for Dominicans to move to the island from Irma affected countries Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has advised Dominicans against mass evacuation to Dominica from Irma-affected islands in which they are residing. He said at a press conference on Monday that the idea is a badly conceived one Read More