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Shelly-Ann Fung appointed Chief Executive Officer of VIP Attractions

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Shelly-Ann Fung KINGSTON, Jamaica – VIP Attractions, operators of Club Mobay and Club Kingston airport lounges, the travel portal Jamaica Experiences and Stay Connected communication services, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Shelly Ann Fung as Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2017. Ms. Fung brings a wealth of experience to the post, Read More

Economic citizenship due diligence issues extend beyond the Caribbean

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By Caribbean News Now contributor TORONTO, Canada — An alert generated on Saturday, July 1, by the regional advance passenger information system (APIS) in relation to a Chinese national with a St Kitts and Nevis passport departing from Canada and transiting through Antigua en route to St Kitts has raised questions about the integrity of Read More

Crighton Instills the Value of Proper Behavior Captured in a Book Trailer

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The Christmas Spryte Encounter: Bad Behavior Crighton Instills the Value of Proper Behavior Captured in a Book Trailer WILLARD, MO, UNITED STATES, July 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Nanette Crighton pens The Christmas Spryte Encounter: Bad Behavior, a piece that encourages values and proper deportment to children. The book The Christmas Spryte Encounter: Bad Behavior Read More

Commentary: Caribbean nations turn to renewable energy

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By Liam TimmonsResearch Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs The Caribbean faces several challenges to its energy sector, which harm the region’s people and potential for economic growth. The Caribbean power generation sector receives 87 percent of its energy production from imported fossil fuels, despite the availability of solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass Read More

Aliann Pompey Invitational Meet fixtures released

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Jul 07, 2017 Sports 0 The fixtures for the Aliann Pompey Invitational Meet slated for July 15th at the Lenora Stadium has been released.With the Banks DIH Men’s 100m being the headliner and featuring the famed Kim Collins of St. Kitts & Nevis among a number of regional and international stars, the event promises a Read More

Radical shakeup being proposed for Caribbean’s educational system

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Jul 07, 2017 News 0 “The way is which education is delivered regionally has to change fundamentally and at all levels,” so said St Kitts and Nevis’s Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minster Shawn Richards when he addressed the media, The officials during the briefing on Wednesday evening. Wednesday evening, at the Grenada Radisson Hotel, Read More

Bayou Bennett & Daniel Lir: One of World’s Only Married Filmmaker Teams Share Victory with Telly Awards Win

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http://www.dreamteamdirectors.com One of the World’s Only Married Filmmaker Teams; Bayou Bennett and Daniel Lir Share Victory with Telly Awards Win and Reveal Secrets to Success. We tend to work on projects that improve the world. We don’t work on projects that are negative and feature violence and disturbing imagery with no greater message.” — Bayou Read More

COMMENTARY: The relevance of regional integration in the face of extreme nationalism

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Rol-J Williams Dr. Leroy Calliste, styled the Black Stalin penned for our consideration,“CARICOM is wasting timeDe whole Caribbean gone blindIf we don’t know from where we comin’Then we cyah plan where we goin’ ”. Although these words were penned over a quarter-a-century ago, the recent events- not only in St. George’s, Grenada, but also since Read More

COMMENTARY: The relevance of regional integration in the face of extreme nationalism

3 months ago Editor Comments Off on COMMENTARY: The relevance of regional integration in the face of extreme nationalism
Rol-J Williams Dr. Leroy Calliste, styled the Black Stalin penned for our consideration,“CARICOM is wasting timeDe whole Caribbean gone blindIf we don’t know from where we comin’Then we cyah plan where we goin’ ”. Although these words were penned over a quarter-a-century ago, the recent events- not only in St. George’s, Grenada, but also since Read More

IUCN and UN Environment Launch Promotional Videos on the Nagoya Protocol for the Caribbean

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The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) are increasing its efforts to help Caribbean countries boost fair access to their genetic resources and equitable sharing of benefit derived, through the release of two short videos on the Nagoya Protocol. The two videos – a short Read More