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HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS COMPLETES $9.5 MILLION-DOLLAR

BUILDING TRANSFORMATION  Dorothy Maynor made the arts accessible to the young people in Harlem. Herb Alpert gave them a space worthy of the...

Missing Person Alert

Good Day,I am writing to share an urgent message with your news platform. There is a gentleman by the name of Claudin Noel, who is a boat captain at the...

Shaun Donovan is the Leader NYC Needs

By Rev. Dr. Johnny Ray Youngblood  Our next mayor must repair, rebuild, and reimagine New York City at this time of pain and loss. Shaun Donovan...

St. Vincent assumes chairmanship of the UN Security Council.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines will assume the chairmanship of the United Nations Security Council on Sunday. A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said...

World Bank approves US$5M Child Resilience, Protection Project in St. Maarten

The World Bank has approved a new US$5 million Child Resilience and Protection Project, funded by the St. Maarten Recovery, Reconstruction, and Resilience Trust Fund.  The...

Barbados to receive US$90 million from the IMF

 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Friday said Barbados could receive US$90 million in December under the Fund’s Extended Fund Facility (EFF) if the island completes another round of review...

Trans Guyana Airways to introduce weekly flights to Barbados.

The privately-owned Trans Guyana Airways (TGA) Tuesday announced that it would be introducing five weekly flights into Barbados beginning on November 1. The airline said that...

Police to lay more charges against a former government minister

 The chairperson of the main opposition, People’s National Congress Reform  (PNCR), Volda Lawrence, is due to appear in a magistrate’s court on Wednesday for the third time since the...

Players mental health crises in COVID-19 environment: Holder

West Indies Test captain Jason Holder has warned that players' mental health could be at risk if adjustments are not made to the bio-secure “bubbles,” which have allowed for...

Four Caribbean countries report COVID deaths

Four Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries have recorded deaths from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic over the past 24 hours. Two others have reported increased positive cases of the virus that...

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