September 22, 2019

The three I’s of bad home inspection reports

By Tauscher Cronacher & Associates, LLC Buying a new home is a very exhausting as there’s a lot of work that must be done, with home inspection being the most tedious and time-consuming task that can spoil the home buying experience. Unfortunately, it is imperative, so either the buyer, the seller, or both are left with no […]

EPP Group masterplan to find cure for cancer

The EU can find a cure for cancer, if it combines its efforts in research, data and funding, says EPP Group Chairman Manfred Weber. Doctors and experts say it´s possible, and there just needs to be the political will. The EPP Group´s masterplan to find a cure, combining research and resources Europe-wide, can achieve that. […]

FedEx vs UPS vs USPS: The best shipping options for small business

There are about 11.9 billion packages shipped shipped each year. This number is only expected to rise as e-commerce continues to be a favorite way for consumers to shop. With shipping volumes rising, so are the number of service options available. This leads many individuals and businesses to compare FedEx vs. UPS vs. USPS. Use this guide […]

Geography and climate in the Caribbean region for beginners

If you are having thoughts of moving to the Caribbean region, you are in for a treat. The land is just beautiful, and a dream place for many. Nonetheless, you should put effort into learning about geography and climate in the Caribbean region. That will enable you to prepare for the move more easily, and […]

New Updates Diaspora Return Summit 7 days away

We are pleased to announce Haiti’s participation in the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly Week (UNGA WEEK) ecosystem program series. Haiti Tech Summit Presents the Diaspora Return Summit,   In partnership with Haiti Tech Group, Digital Ocean, Forbes, Africa Future Fund and the Global Startup Ecosystem.  It is with great pleasure that we […]

Commentary: OAS – Handmaiden to the tyranny of a minority

By Sir Ronald Sanders There have been many ignominious moments at the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) and many farcical decisions made, but they pale in significance when compared with the events of Wednesday, 11 September 2019. On that day 11 countries, accompanied by the illegitimate representative of the self-proclaimed “Interim […]

Martin: Suicide is not about dying

By Melissa Martin Individuals that die by suicide do not want to die. They want the excruciating mental pain in their brain to stop. They want the feelings of hopelessness and helplessness to go away. They want despondency and despair to depart. “Suicide prevention remains a universal challenge. Every year, suicide is among the top […]

Livescore football: important news quick and easy

A new season has started, and it means that livescore football will be very popular among fans from around the globe. A new season has started, and it means that livescore football will be very popular among fans from around the globe. Even the starting meetings gave us a lot of emotions and interesting impressions, so we […]

MOOC: Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean

From UNESCO The third and final edition of the MOOC “Inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Research, Policies and Management for Social Transformations” finished this month. Almost 4,000 people registered in the course, from more than 100 countries of the globe. During the three editions of the MOOC, more than 11,000 people from more […]

Trinidad grants over 3,000 Work Permits to Venezuelans

From Caribbean National Weekly PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago’s Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert says 3091 Venezuelans have so far received work permits for one year in the twin-island republic, based on the amnesty implemented by the government. Imbert who made the disclosure in Parliament on Friday said the just over […]