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Efforts Intensify To Market The Country’s Citizenship By Investment Program

Efforts intensify to market the country’s Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) as both safe and secure, thereby making it easier to attract the attention of reputable investors. On Tuesday, the first of its kind Invest Caribbean conference opened at the Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa, with a focus to further sensitize persons about the benefits of investing in the ...

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Call It a Near Miss.

Call it a near miss. An accident at the Paynter’s junction could have ended with tragic circumstances this afternoon (Thurs.). But as Andy Liburd reports, thanks to the quick response of bystanders and emergency services and one sturdy boulder, lives were saved.

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Carnival 2015 Comes To A Close

The Caribbean’s greatest summer festival, Antigua’s Carnival kicked off with a kaleidoscope of colours on July 28 with the Lighted Street Parade and concluded with a last lap jump up through the streets of St. John’s on Tuesday night. Pageantry, Pan, Calypso, Soca and Mas and yes the Burning Flames were among the major highlights. Azara Lavia looks back at ...

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Earthquake hits east of St Lucia

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Thursday May 14, 2015 – There has been another earthquake in the region. A 4.7 magnitude tremor was recorded east of St Lucia around 10:16 a.m. today, according to the University of the West Indies (UWI) Seismic Research Centre. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/earthquake-hits-east-of-st-lucia#ixzz3a7qjbzxA

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Trinidadians promised $100 houses under People’s Partnership government

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Tuesday May 12, 2015 – People who have been living in Housing Development Corporation (HDC) units for over 30 years are being promised they will get the chance to buy those houses for just TT$100 (US$15.89) if the People’s Partnership (PP) wins the next general election. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/trinidadians-promised-100-houses-under-another-peoples-partnership-government#ixzz3ZvmT0BFd

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Five Jamaican cops arrested for corruption

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Friday May 8, 2015 – Five police officers have been arrested on suspicion of corruption and larceny. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/five-jamaican-cops-arrested-for-corruption#ixzz3ZfStZ8yD

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Purported ISIS group hacks St Vincent Government website

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent, Monday May 4, 2015 – The St. Vincent and the Grenadines government is taking steps to get its website back up and running after it was hacked yesterday by a group claiming to be affiliated with radical Islamist group ISIS. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/purported-isis-group-hacks-st-vincent-government-website#ixzz3ZTiunrMB

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2000 lb great white shark back in Bahamas waters

NASSAU, Bahamas, Monday March 9, 2015 – A great white shark weighing 2,000 pounds (908 kilos) returned on Friday to the waters of the northern Bahamas where a GPS device attached to the marine predator confirmed it had roamed before, the non-profit OCEARCH organization said. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/news/2000-lb-great-white-shark-back-in-bahamas-waters#ixzz3UYdEQaKs

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