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Belize govt’ starts ‘Entrepreneurship & On-the-Job Skills Training Service’

The Department of Youth Services, Ministry of Youth, Sports, and E-Governance of Belize informs the public of the opening of the “Entrepreneurship & On-the-Job Skills Training Service,” formally known as the Youth Apprenticeship Program and Enterprise Development.

Ex ‘NDTV’ journalist Nidhi Razdan falls in ‘Harvard’ Phishing scam

A well known Indian Journalist of one of the premier news channel, 'NDTV' Nidhi Razdan, announced that she had fallen for a phishing strike and that Harvard University had not actually offered her a job.

Guyana govt’ to develop online portal for youths to register training interest

 President of Guyana, Dr. Irfaan Ali, announced plans to develop an online portal to allow young people with specific training needs in all areas, including the hospitality sector, to register their interests.

Jamaica PM launches Amber/HEART NSTA Coding Academy

 Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness presents launched the first-ever Amber/HEART NSTA Coding Academy at a virtual event. 

Belize: Rodwell Signs agreement for Corazon Creek Solar Hybrid Project

Rodwell Ferguson, Minister of Public Utilities and Logistics of Belize, signed an agreement with the cdw Stiftung Foundation to electrify Corazon Creek Village in the Toledo District.

YouTube suspends US President Trump channel

American online video-sharing platform Google-owned YouTube suspended Donald Trump’s channel and removed a video for breaking its policy against inciting violence.

FB prohibits ‘stop the steal’ phrase on its platforms

Before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20, social media company 'Facebook' has announced to ban all content with the phrase “stop the steal” on its platforms.

Telegram would launch paid features for business and power users in 2021

Popular encrypted messaging platform Telegram would begin pay-for services in 2021, Telegram founder Pavel Durov announced last week in a statement, as the growing company required "at least a few hundred million dollars per year".

New COVID-19 variant scaring whole world

South Korea is accelerating efforts to launch a coronavirus vaccination programme it announced the detection of its first cases of the virus variant initially identified in the UK.

Guyana Prez Dr Ali announced One Laptop Per Family initiative in year 2021

Guyana President Dr Irfaan Ali has announced the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) initiative re-introduction in the year 2021.

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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.