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Archives for February 24, 2019

Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua and Barbuda, has been voted Best Attraction in the Caribbean

From Antigua Nice Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua and Barbuda, has been voted Best Attraction in the Caribbean. Nelson’s Dockyard, the only continuously working Georgian naval dockyard in the world, topped the category in the annual 10Best Readers’ Choice Award, as voted by USA Today readers. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016, Nelson’s Dockyard, which […]

5 children’s books that celebrate the spirit of Black History Month

By Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez Welcome to  Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. Black History Month is often misunderstood as […]

Hospitals and health centers in Belize are set to become more safe, “green” and resilient to natural disasters

Ministry of Health is implementing the Smart Health Facilities Project, with technical cooperation from PAHO/WHO and financing from the United Kingdom and the European Union. The Belize City, 22 February 2019 (PAHO)- Eleven hospitals and health centers and a laboratory in Belize will be retrofitted to make them safer, “green” and able to continue operating […]

PUPPERS Act to end ‘Barbaric’ VA dog experiments reintroduced to US Congress

By Laura Goldman From Care2 Many people—including Democrats and Republicans in Congress and plenty of veterans themselves—oppose the horrific, taxpayer-funded experiments that some Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities perform on dogs. How terrible are these experiments? Dogs have undergone surgeries that forced them to have heart attacks or vomit repeatedly. Portions of their brains have been removed […]

Jaw-dropping video shows Virgin Galactic pilots blasting into space

By Mark Kaufman From Mashable The spaceship Unity left Earth Friday morning and then successfully glided back down to California’s Mojave desert. Virgin Galactic pilots Dave Mackay and Mike Masucci flew the aerospace company’s fifth-supersonic powered test flight — with a working passenger aboard, chief astronaut instructor Beth Moses. After taking off from a runway attached […]

Here’s what it looks like when a rescue dog saves someone buried in snow

By Nicole Gallucci From Mashable By now everyone should be well aware that we are incredibly blessed to live in a world where there are dogs. But you can never really have too many reminders, so here’s another. For your weekly dose of Dogs Are Absolute Angels, we invite you to turn your attention to a video that Mountain Rescue […]

The invasive, predatory lionfish can also be lovely

From 7News Belize Also at the launch was a Sarteneja based jewelers group that is doing its part to control the lionfish population. Courtney Weatherburne spoke to the Vice Chair of Be-lioness. Courtney Weatherburne reportingThese are just a few selections from the Belioness jewelry collection. They are all crafted from the fins or body parts […]

1st Hilton in Cayman

NCB Group Partners with Curio Collection By Hilton NCB Group are pleased to introduce the first Hilton Hotel in the Cayman Islands. Curio Collection by Hilton Expands Presence in Caribbean with Signing of Hilton’s First Hotel in the Cayman Islands Set to open in 2021, the hotel reinforces Hilton’s growth in the Caribbean GRAND CAYMAN, […]

OECS population urged to participate in sentencing guidelines for Eastern Caribbean Court

CMC From St Lucia Online CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Feb 21, CMC – The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC) is urging various stakeholders, including legal practitioners, litigants, social workers, mediators, probation officers as well as the police to participate in a public consultation on sentencing guidelines for the courts in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. “The […]

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