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Archives for May 5, 2019

Rugby Canada fires sevens coach Damian McGrath, names Henry Paul interim coach

by Canadian Press From KamLoopsMatter A sevens season that started in turmoil will end in uncertainty and a search for a new coach after Rugby Canada fired Damian McGrath on Friday. A sevens season that started in turmoil will end in uncertainty and a search for a new coach after Rugby Canada fired Damian McGrath […]

Top ways the world will manage climate change (beyond reusable water bottles)

By Michelle Schoffro Cook From Care2 We all know we need to do our part to manage climate change… well, almost everyone knows this scientific fact. We know we need to drive less, recycle, stop using plastic, eat organically and opt for less packaging and reusable bags. And, if you’re like me, you’re trying to […]

Some of us are born this way: Female athletes and testosterone limits

By Casey Legler From The Cut On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, Caster Semenya, the two time-Olympic champion and professional athlete who has competed in track and field since she was a child, lost an important battle in the fight around gender and sports. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) ruled that Semenya would have […]

No, you shouldn’t wash your raw chicken before you cook it

By Mike Wehner From BGR There are lots of rules out there when it comes to cooking meat, and, of all the common meats you might find yourself cooking, chicken seems to have the most strict rules of all. It’s understandable, since pathogens that can live in raw meat are nasty, and the ones known […]

This World Press Freedom Day, PM Harris reaffirms his administration’s unfailing commitment to a Free Press and Free Expression

St. Kitts & Nevis On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day 2019 (May 3rd), Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris reaffirms his strong support and respect for the free press, which he believes is “an enduring and unshakeable institution that is essential to maintaining a strong democracy here in St. Kitts and Nevis […]

Measles means quarantine for hundreds on cruise ship in Caribbean

From St. Louis Post-Dispatch A case of measles aboard a cruise ship has led health officials to quarantine hundreds of people on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. The island’s chief medical officer, Merlene Fredericks James, said authorities confirmed the case Tuesday and locked the vessel down in an effort to stymie the spread of the […]

Why sober living

Leaving an inpatient treatment environment is overwhelming. These factors can make it even more so: You were living with people who use drugs or alcohol You need a substantial amount of sobriety before returning home You don’t have a sober support system You are new to recovery and the 12-step program If this sounds like […]

LIAT committed to connecting the region, says company CEO

By Melanius Alphonse From Caribbean News Now BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – As LIAT shareholders and directors gathered for their meeting in Barbados on Tuesday, amid the regional airline’s financial and operational dilemma, chief executive officer (CEO) Julie Reifer-Jones gave the assurance [that] “LIAT is committed to connecting the region, flying to the 15 destinations across the […]

Website launches, offering a one stop site for all things Cayman

Website launches Website has now launched, offering a one stop site for all things Cayman. The website, which supports the newly published annual magazine title Your Cayman, offers an easy-to-use tool for visitors and residents to discover everything that the Cayman Islands has to offer. Reflecting the magazine’s fun, colourful, and informative style, includes maps, business listings, and menus, […]

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