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Nevis Premier Brantley meets with new executive of ‘Chamber of Industry and Commerce’ to discuss economic recovery

Nevis Premier Mark Brantley recently met with the Nevis Chapter of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CIC) executive to discuss how the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) also the private sector can partner to develop the economic recovery on the island.

Religious groups serve admirably during pandemic: Slough MP Dhesi

Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, UK Labour Member of Parliament for Slough, made his parliament remarks that Churches, mosques, Hindu mandirs, Sikh gurdwaras, and other faith groups have served admirably during the pandemic.

Consignment of AstraZeneca vaccines reaches Dominican Republic

A consignment of made-in-India COVID-19 vaccines has been received in the Dominican Republic as India’s ‘Vaccine Maitri’ programme reached the Caribbean.

Mexico begins COVID-19 vaccination of senior citizens

Mexico started applying COVID-19 vaccines to senior citizens in more than 300 municipalities of the country from Monday. 

Mounting poverty in Russia upsurge the Political opposition

Protests have been taking place in Russia for some time. Navalny is the face and one reason for these protests, but the country's growing poverty and income crisis is also forcing people to do it.

Honorary investment advisor selected to promote Jamaica in Japan

JAMPRO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade have officially selected Rodney Reid as an honorary investment advisor (HIA) to promote Jamaican investment and trade opportunities in Japan.

Belize Joins the International Solar Alliance

Rodwell Ferguson, Minister of Public Utilities, Energy, and Logistics, has signed the framework agreement on behalf of the Government of Belize to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA) officially.

“I extend condolences to family & friends of Cecil Roy July,” says Jamaican PM Holness

Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness paid tribute to Cecile Roy July on 16th February 2021 through social media account. 

Jamaican cricketer Chris Gayle’s new song ‘Blessings,’ releases on all digital platforms worldwide

 Former West Indies cricketer & Jamaican star made his new beginning with his new music single, 'Blessings, ' released on 15th February 2021. 

Zimbabwe receives 200,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines from China

A plane carrying Zimbabwe’s first coronavirus vaccines, 200,000 doses donated by China, came in the capital Harare on Monday.

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Curfew hours remain 8:00 pm to 5:00 am daily: PM Holness

The islandwide curfew hours of 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. daily will remain in place until Tuesday (March 23), as the Government continues to revise measures to control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

St Lucia :Schedule for roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine

The Ministry of Health of St Lucia informed that the public that Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign has commenced.

Belize participates in the Green Climate Fund Transformational Climate Financing for the Caribbean Regional Dialogue

The Prime Minister of Belize, John Briceño, participated in a high-level session with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) executive and regional leaders to discuss some of the climate vulnerability challenges that Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are facing.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit announces new health centers in Clifton & Roseau

Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit announced that Clifton & Roseau would soon get a new Health Centers accepting people's longstanding demand.

Belize to get 25,000 COVID-19 vaccines from India by March 6

The Government of Belize announced on Monday that it would get the first batch of 25,000 COVID-19 Astra-Zeneca vaccine jabs from the Government of India by March 6, 2021. 
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