Limiting the effects of climate change

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By Zadie Neufville KINGSTON, Jamaica, (IPS) – Caribbean scientists say fishermen are already seeing the effects of climate change, so for a dozen or so years they’ve been designing systems and strategies...

Trinidad and Tobago businessman selected as University of the West Indies Chancellor

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago businessman, Robert Bermudez, has been selected as the next Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI). Education Minister, Anthony...

Selling Guyana

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President David Granger seeks European investors LONDON, England (CMC) – President David Granger told European investors, today, that Guyana has the most exciting investment prospects in the Caribbean, and that the country...

Jamaica gets a new Commissioner of Police

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – A new Commissioner of Police has been appointed in Jamaica. He is George Quallo. Speaking at his installation as the island’s 29th Commissioner of Police on Friday, Quallo pledged to...

Millions in damages caused by heavy rains in Jamaica

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KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – The Jamaica government says preliminary estimates for damages, caused by rain over the past few days, could reach at least half a billion dollars. Local Government and Community...

Prime Minister Chastanet confirms cut in subvention to St. Lucia National Trust

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By Ernie Seon CMC Correspondent CASTRIES, St. Lucia, (CMC) — Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, says cash flow problems being experienced by his government is the main cause for the removal of the...

Bring back hangings

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Following the discovery of the decomposing body of a 22-year-old policewoman who went missing last week, law enforcement officials have vowed to bring the killer to swift...

Tourism minister says opposition makes marketing Dominica very difficult

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ROSEAU, Dominica (CBN4) -- The challenge of marketing Dominica as a tourist destination is growing increasingly difficult says tourism minister, Senator Robert Tonge. Speaking on local radio this week, Tonge did not mince words...

The Guyana United Movement promotes unity with weekend celebrations

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The Guyana United Movement (GUM) has announced a weekend of activities in order to promote unity among Guyanese residing in the United States of America. The weekend of activities will include a...

World’s premier financial conference coming to Jamaica

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, – Jamaica’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) will the 42nd Annual Conference of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) later this year, when critical global regulations that guide all...

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