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  • Prime Minister of Barbados Echoes Government’s Commitment to Economic GrowthPrime Minister Freundel Stuart of Barbados has reiterated Government’s commitment to private sector-led growth. While delivering the feature address today at the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s luncheon at Hilton Barbados, Mr. Stuart reassured the business people that Government’s commitment had not abated. “Private sector-led growth cannot continue to
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  • Joe Biden Praises CARICOM for Efforts Supporting Normalization of US – Cuba Relationship    The United States’ Vice President, Joseph Biden, thanked the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for its “encouragement” to his country to “make the change” with Cuba. CARICOM has been advocating for an end to the economic and trade embargo on Cuba by the US as well as for an end
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  • Jamaica’s PM Talks with the Congressional Black Caucus on US – Cuba RelationsPrime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller says Jamaica’s annual call at the United Nations for the lifting of the embargo against Cuba is likely to be replaced by an even more strident advocacy for international action against trafficking in children, which she said is a global scourge requiring
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  • Dominica Ascends in Caribbean Court of JusticeThe President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), The Right Honourable Sir Charles Michael Dennis Byron, has issued the following statement: “The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has noted the announcement by the Honourable Mr. Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica, on his country’s accession to the CCJ’s Appellate Jurisdiction. The Court welcomes
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  • No Discrimination against African Nationals, says Trinidad & Tobago’s National Security SenatorImmigration Statistics Show No Discrimination against African Nationals – December 10, 2014   The Minister of National Security, Senator the Honourable Gary Griffith says this country and its immigration laws do not in any way discriminate against African immigrants. In response to public comments on the recent deportation of illegal African
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  • Japanese Government Donates Medical Supplies to Bustamante Hospital in JamaicaMinister of Health, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson (2nd right), shakes hands with Japan’s Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Yasuo Takase (left), during the handing over of medical equipment by the Japanese Government to the Bustamante Hospital for Children in St. Andrew on December 11. Looking on is Board Chairman, South
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  • Countries pledge action to reduce child obesity in the AmericasCountries of the Americas took a giant step forward in the fight against the rising epidemic of obesity when they unanimously signed the new 5-year plan of action for the prevention of obesity in children and adolescents. This was signed during the 53rd Directing Council of the Pan American Health
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  • Charles S. Coffey, O.C. to receive inaugural G. Raymond Chang AwardCharles S. Coffey, O.C. to receive inaugural G. Raymond Chang Award at the sixth annual University of the West Indies Toronto Benefit Gala The University of the West Indies recently announced that Mr. Charles S. Coffey, O.C., will be honoured as the inaugural recipient of the G. Raymond Chang Award
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  • World Renowned Jamaican Public Health Professional appointed by JDCFJAMAICAN DIASPORA CANADA FOUNDATION APPOINTS WORLD RENOWNED PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST AS DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT In light of the current public health emergency in Jamaica, The Jamaican Diaspora Canada Foundation (JDCF) has created a position of Director of Public Health and Environment within the Board
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  • Senior Police Office says more Leaders Needed to Transform CommunitiesWhile volunteers Shanna Johnson and Stephan Walker were congratulated for their service as teachers to the Orleans Homework & Reading Assistance Programme, one senior member of the Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) lamented the lack of positive leaders in society. Speaking at the programme’s inaugural graduation ceremony last Saturday at
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  • T & T Government Minister calls on University to Develop Courses for Local ContentMinister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal Karim has called on the University of Trinidad & Tobago to develop the course for local content, as he addressed the first Local Content Summit entitled Right. This was in response to the Local Content Chamber’s request for sending its members abroad
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  • Barbados Proud Of Its Human Rights RecordThis country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Maxine McClean, has identified promoting human rights as a top priority. She gave the undertaking to continue to promote and protect human rights, today during the opening ceremony for a human rights leadership seminar for Permanent Secretaries and Heads of
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