NY Congresswoman to have Lunch Talk in Kingston

Kingston, Jamaica, October 15, 2018 /JamaicaPressReleases/ — Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke is a Brooklyn native and of proud Jamaican heritage. In the 115th Congress, Congresswoman Clarke serves on the Energy and Commerce Committee, the Committee on Small Business, and the Ethics Committee. She has also succeeded her pioneering mother, former City Council Member Dr. Una S. T. Clarke, making them the first mother-daughter succession in the history of the City Council. Congresswoman Clarke is a recipient of the prestigious APPAM/Sloan Fellowship in Public Policy and Policy Analysis, has served on the New…

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Caribbean Ministers of Health meet to approve plan on health system resilience in the face of climate change

  Third Global Conference on Health and Climate convenes health authorities and experts from PAHO/WHO to develop an Action Plan for Small Island Developing States in the Region  Washington, D.C., October 16 2018 (PAHO / WHO) — Ministers from across the Caribbean region met today in St George’s, Grenada to ensure that those living in Small Island Developing States (SIDS), who are on the front line of increasing health impacts of climate change, are prepared and protected. The III Global Conference on Health and Climate: Special Focus on Small Island Developing…

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The Rotary Club of Liamuiga Donates School Supplies

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts: On Wednesday 29th August 2018, the Rotary Club of Liamuiga held its Back to School Supplies Distribution Project at the St. George’s Anglican Church Hall (Old Girls School) on Victoria Road. The project ceremony commenced at 4:30 pm and was chaired by Secretary Kaii Mills.  The students and other attendees learned about the purpose of Rotary and the importance of education from presenters Director Deniece Alleyne and President Natasha St. Juste. President Allese Clarke of the Interact Club of Cayon High School assisted in presenting backpacks containing…

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MISS UNIVERSE CANADA VISITS ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

ST. JOHN’S ANTIGUA, (AUGUST 27, 2018) – Having secured this trip as a prize for winning the pageant in 2017, Lauren and her mother ‘Laurie’ journeyed to the twin island paradise on August 19th to see what our islands have in-store for them. The mother and daughter pair quickly got the ball rolling by checking into one of the most laid back, all-inclusive, adults-only resort, and the Award-winning – Pineapple Beach Club. The hotel hosted the duo in their renowned Chairman’s Suite that is perched atop of the resort’s premises, boasting…

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OVER 900 PERSONS BENEFITED FROM GOVERNMENT’S HURRICANE RELIEF ASSISTANCE

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, September 1, 2018 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister)– The vision and compassion of the Team Unity Government, in launching the Hurricane Relief Fund (HRF), has made more than 900 families happy as they were the beneficiaries of hurricane relief assistance to restore their homes damaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. An update on the success of the highly acclaimed programme was given by Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris at his press conference on Thursday, August 30. The honourable prime minister indicated…

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Government welcomes significant investment by Nutrimix

Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in delivering the Feature Address at the Sod Turning Ceremony for Nutrimix’s Next Generation Hatchery on Wednesday 15 August, 2018, lauded the Nutrimix Group for their major undertaking in agriculture and reaffirmed the commitment of the Government to partner with the private sector to support business activity which develops and grows the economy in alignment with the Administration’s vision. Describing the Nutrimix investment as a significant one from the private sector, Prime Minister Rowley said “the launch for the construction…

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EXPERIENCED POLICE OFFICERS FROM JAMAICA TO HELP IMPROVE THE INVESTIGATIVE EFFORTS OF THE ROYAL ST. CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS POLICE FORCE

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, August 16, 2018 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – Retired Detective Inspector of Police of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Ms. Marcia Garrick and retired Senior Superintendent Colin Pinnock, the two newest additions to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, today (Thursday, August 16) met with Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris where they expressed their desire to help turn around the crime situation in St. Kitts and Nevis. The two retired officers from Jamaica were brought in by the Ministry of National Security…

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Venture Credit Union to celebrate its 19th Annual 5K Run and Fun Walk

VENTURE Credit Union will be celebrating its 19th Annual 5K Run and Fun Walk on Sunday 16th September, 2018 at No. 32 Southern Main Road, Couva. To commemorate this occasion a Media Launch is set for Wednesday 15th August 2018 at T & T North Room, Radisson Hotel Trinidad, Wrightson Road Port of Spain, starting at 10:00 a.m. On behalf of VENTURE 2018 5K Committee, I wish to formally invite you to the launch. Please see attached the program for the launch and I hope that you will make every…

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TIFA Album Now Available for Pre-Order | Jamaica Press Releases and News

New York, USA, July 15, 2018 /JamaicaPressReleases/ — New York, USA (Shuzzr PR): Dancehall Diva, Princess, Savior, lyricist, formidable contender for the Queen of Dancehall title, TIFA, isn’t holding back any punches in her slated album release titled “Curry Goat & Champagne”. The album which will be released officially on August 10TH, 2018 will not just showcase the artiste fierce and edgy lyrical skills she has delivered over the past 10 years. Officially available now for preorder on iTunes, Curry Goat & Champagne gives fans three exclusive tracks. JA Party produced by…

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POST-JUDGMENT APPLICATION IN GUYANA LAND APPEAL DISMISSED BY CCJ

Port of Spain, Trinidad. The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed a postjudgment application, brought by Mr. Deonarine Natram, to reopen the court’s recent decision in Narine v Natram. In the previous judgment, dated 10th May 2018, the CCJ had settled a dispute over land in Guyana between two brothers, Mr. Kowsal Narine and Mr. Natram. The CCJ declared that Mr. Narine had been in possession of the disputed property since 1991 and that any right Mr. Natram had to the land had been ended. In June 2018, Mr.…

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