Dancehall investigation

Dancehall investigation

Two dancehall music videos have led to a police investigation. Alkaline’s “After All” and Masicka’s “Infrared” features scenes with high-powered weapons and glamorizes crime. The authorities launched the investigation after a woman is dressed in police uniform in seen performing Continue reading

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Corporations want Guyanese sugar

Corporations want Guyanese sugar

Several international companies and business executives are looking invest in the Guyana Sugar Corporation, according to United States-based investment broker, Wesley Kirton. Senior government and corporation officials have confirmed that among those exploring the possibility of investing in Guysuco are Continue reading

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Bahamas winning fight against human trafficking

Bahamas winning fight against human trafficking

The Bahamas has upheld the top position in the fight against human trafficking for the third consecutive year. The islands have maintained the Tier 1 Ranking in the Trafficking in Persons Report, which reflects the government’s efforts to reduce the Continue reading

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It is carnival again

It is carnival again

Although Miami/Broward Carnival is two months away, there many options to “dingolay” away. For the next month, carnival will be celebrated in five different countries including right next door in Canada.

BARBADOS

Barbados’ Crop Over festival started in May with Continue reading

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Trade policy summit discusses plan for Caribbean

Trade policy summit discusses plan for Caribbean

Global issues affecting trade in the Caribbean were discussed at a two-day workshop in St.Lucia in late June. International and regional stakeholders tackled the trade policy challenges impacting the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States and Caricom countries at the June Continue reading

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Portia’s final bow

Portia’s final bow

Jamaica’s first female prime minister has retired after 43 years of political service to the country. Portia Simpson Miller gave her final speech to Parliament on Tuesday. The minister recounted the highs and lows of her experience and thanked her Continue reading

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