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CPL organisers happy despite changes – Trinidad & Tobago Express

CPL organisers happy despite changesTrinidad & Tobago ExpressAnd we're rolling into two big weeks next week with Jamaica and St Lucia, before we go to the finals in St Kitts.” For the first time, Grenada's National Stadium hosted the opening ceremony and the first three games before action moved on to Antigua ...Twenty20 showpiece hailed a success as numbers pick upStabroek NewsCPL organisers pleased with crowd responseJamaica Observerall 5 news articles » Continue reading →

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The Hepatitis C virus is the main cause of liver transplant in the world

Share WORLD HEPATITIS DAY, JULY 28th The Hepatitis C is a chronic illness, most commonly transmitted through blood-to-blood contact and it is 5 times more disseminated than the HIV infection. Is a silent illness considered by the World Health Organization … Continue reading →

Seaborne Appoints New Director of Business Development and Marketing

Share SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Gary Foss, President and Chief Executive Officer of Seaborne Airlines, announced the appointment of airline industry veteran Hector “Tato” Montanez as the regional carrier’s new Director of Marketing and Sales. In … Continue reading →

Jamaica’s Monty Alexander & The Harlem Kingston Express Get Ready To Roll Into Seattle

Share Monty Alexander’s Seattle performance will comes on the heels of the release of his new album Harlem-Kingston Express 2-The River Rolls. CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Mon July 21, 2014: With his new album riding high on the Jazz … Continue reading →


Anja Rubik models latest Mango Premium collection

Share Tweet Launched in 2013, the Mango Premium line is once again making news in the ready-to-wear world. To show off its Fall-Winter 2014-15 collection, the brand has enlisted the help of supermodel Anja Rubik. Email this page Share Tweet


How a crisis can benefit your portfolio – Fox Business

How a crisis can benefit your portfolioFox BusinessBy February Puerto Rico's $70 billion worth of municipal bonds were no longer investment grade. Illinois, which already has the worst credit rating among the 50 states, is struggling with how to address a potential budget shortfall of almost $2 billion.and more » Continue reading →


Indiscipline could cost West Indies cricket – Roberts – Indiscipline could cost West Indies cricket – RobertsESPNcricinfo.comDarren Sammy believes that Tino Best still has a part to play in the St Lucia Zouks’ 2014 CPL campaign despite his disciplinary problems. Best and Shoaib Malik were fined following a … Continue reading →

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Chikungunya Cases In The Americas Close To 475,000

Share Tweet News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. July 30, 2014: As all eyes turn to the Ebola outbreak in three West African nations, the number of chikungunya cases in the Americas continues to climb. The latest update from the … Continue reading

Dominican Republic Citizen Busted With Coke In Laptop

Share Tweet  News Americas, JAMAICA, N.Y. Weds. July 30, 2014:  A traveler had more than a laptop in her computer bag when she arrived at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers … Continue reading

Narcotics Smuggling Charges For U.S. Citizen Busted On Flight From Trinidad

Share Tweet News Americas, JAMAICA, N.Y. Weds. July 30, 2014:  A U.S. citizen arriving from Trinidad & Tobago on a recent flight into New York now faces federal narcotics smuggling charges. Elkan Barak Durham was ‘sniffed’ out by a U.S. … Continue reading

Colombian Cocaine Smuggler Jailed In U.S.

Share Tweet News Americas, TAMPA, FL., Weds. July 30, 2014: A Colombian man will spend the next 15 years and six months of his life in U.S. federal prison for conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, knowing … Continue reading

New Type Of Caterpillar Found In Jamaican Sour Sop Leaves

Share Tweet News Americas, BALTIMORE, M.D., Weds. July 30, 2014:  A new type of caterpillar was recently found in soursop leaves found in a Jamaican passenger’s luggage, a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) entomologist has confirmed. The caterpillar was discovered … Continue reading