US Treasury Office accuses Dominica Maritime Registry of violating Iranian sanctions

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The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has issued a finding of violation to the Dominica Maritime Registry, Inc. (DMRI) which is headquartered in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. According to the Treasury Office, the matter has to do with the violation of the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations (ITSR) in 2015, however Read More

David Thompson Health and Social Services Complex two years and going strong

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Minister of Health John Boyce. (FILE) MORE ARTICLES The David Thompson Health and Social Services Complex is performing exceedingly well. Related articles Health Minister John Boyce made this declaration while giving the feature address at a ceremony held at the St John polyclinic. While addressing all gathered to celebrate the complex’s second anniversary, the Minister Read More

Bonita C. Smith of Nspire Network to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

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LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — When women are healthy, they’re happy. And when women are happy, they can be more productive in their family lives and in their career. So if you had information on a breakthrough product that could change a woman’s life, would you share it? When Bonita C. Read More

Barbados moves closer to establishing its coconut industry

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MORE ARTICLES Barbados has taken an all-inclusive approach to developing its coconut industry. Related articles Growers, vendors, processors, and agricultural officials met at the Ministry of Agriculture’s Graeme Hall, Christ Church office, this morning, for the inaugural meeting of the Barbados National Stakeholders Platform (NSP) on coconuts. The discussion, which touched on several pertinent areas, Read More

INDEPENDENCE BABIES: ‘Independence Babies’ happy to celebrate today

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The original photo of the independence babies born in 1966. From left Margo Gibson, Kathryn Ann Thornton, Darian Clarke, Roger Browne and Fabian Maynard. (FILE) MORE ARTICLES They are a special group – born on the same day that Barbados celebrates its nationhood. They are the Independence Babies and throughout November, the NATION will be Read More

WHO: 1 in 10 medicines in the Caribbean substandard or falsified

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MORE ARTICLES GENEVA – The World Health Organisation (WHO) says one in ten medicines in developing countries, including the Caribbean, is substandard or is falsified. Related articles The UN Health Agency yesterday warned that substandard or fake medicines that fail to prevent and cure disease – and could even cause death – are becoming more and Read More

AG: Barbados’ governance structure is sound

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Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite. (FILE) MORE ARTICLES Barbados can boast of a good governance structure, as it approaches its 51st Anniversary of Independence. Related articles This point was highlighted by Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite, as he delivered remarks during the 42nd Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture at the Frank Collymore Hall on Monday night. “Some Read More

Rain stalling Rihanna Drive renaming ceremony

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Many braved the rain in an attempt to witness the Rihanna Drive renaming ceremony. (Pictures by Reco Moore.) MORE ARTICLES Rain has delayed the start of the Rihanna Drive renaming ceremony at Westbury Road, St Michael. Related articles The ceremony was scheduled to start at 3 p.m. but the rain started this morning just as Read More

Girl is first Independence baby

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Annetta Eversley holding Janaee Aniyah Edwards while Kiwanis Club of Barbados Central distinbuished Lieutenant Governor Clora Tudor (left), president Loretta Skeete (third left) and others look on. (Picture by Nigel Browne.) MORE ARTICLES Annetta Eversley is the mother of the first Independence Day baby for 2017. Related articles At 3:44 a.m. she delivered her six Read More

Flood warning in effect until 8 p.m.

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MORE ARTICLES Barbados is under a flood warning until 8 p.m. today. Related articles The Barbados Meteorological Services said the combination of a trough system and the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone has been generating cloudy to overcast skies, rain, pockets of moderate to heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms across Barbados throughout the day. Fluctuations in Read More