November 18, 2019

Archives for April 7, 2019

Decriminalisation of sodomy in the Caribbean

From Leonardo Raznovich As part of the ongoing research that the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights is undertaking in the Caribbean, along with the IBA and the ILANUD, a group of almost 50 people which includes CEOs of top companies in the world, members of the judiciary, politicians, academics, members of the United Nations, the […]

2019 Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield begins

The Caribbean qualifying tournament will feature the participation of 13 clubs from 13 Caribbean Member Associations Miami (Friday, April 4, 2019) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) reminds media that the second edition of the Concacaf Caribbean Club Shield begins today and is scheduled take place April 5-15, 2019 […]

Opinion: Several of the ALBA leadership have syphilitic brain damage.

By Jolly Green Unfortunately, Nicholas Maduro has completely flipped his lid. He should now be declared unfit to be Venezuela’s President due to being incapacitated by mental illness. Here is what Maduro is recently saying about the US “Venezuela is demonstrating to the world that it is a testing ground for new cybernetics.” “Electromagnetic war […]

Thales gets agent to arbitration table

From Intelligence Online In a small victory for Thales in its legal spat with its former Gulf agent Nabil Barakat, on March 20, Central District of California judge David Carter ordered Barakat’s company Wamar International(IOL 821) to agree to an arbitration process, in keeping with the terms of a contract the two parties signed in 2012. Barakat launched legal proceedings against […]

Dr. Bill McGraw releases new book on mercury toxicity

Mercury, The Ultimate Truth and Chronic Disease is the first book to tell the whole story of mercury toxicity, from the contamination of the environment to toxicity in plants and animals and elimination from the human body, and everything in between Boquete, Panama, April 3, 2019 – In his latest publication, the new book Mercury, The Ultimate […]

The View From Europe: More Caribbean professionals required in tourism management

By David Jessop From NAN News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. April 2, 2019: Try to discover the number of Caribbean citizens working in higher management roles in hospitality in the region or discover how many among them are women, and you will likely be frustrated. It is possible that someone, somewhere has managed to discover the […]

Barnes [Cayman Islands], Houston, Jackson honored at annual University Life Awards ceremony

From GO UTSA SAN ANTONIO —Lacee Barnes (women’s track & field), Julie Houston(women’s golf) and Jhivvan Jackson (men’s basketball) each were honored at UTSA’s annual University Life Awards ceremony Thursday night. Barnes received the Outstanding Sophomore Award, while Houston and Jackson were named Female and Male Athletes of the Year. Barnes won the Outstanding Sophomore Award, which goes to […]

Tolerating extremes

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio One of the more fascinating speakers I have heard is the MBL Radialstrahler, an expensive full range loudspeaker that pushes air with pulsating “balloons” (flexible metallic spheres) driven by the same voice coils we normally associate with cone drivers. These metal balloons move the air in a 360˚ pattern unlike the […]

70+ TT NPOs appeal to Independent and Opposition Senators on NPO Bill 2019

A new request yesterday by 70 Non Profit Organisations (NPOs) to delay the passage of legislation that will substantially impact their functioning has been rejected by Attorney General Faris Al Rawi. At their meeting with him, Al Rawi also declined to consider amendments that the NPOs’ representatives proposed to the legislation. The groups are now […]

Puzzles for Apr 8 2019 Number search/Sudoku/Word search/Crossword