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Archives for April 2, 2019

Five OECS social entrepreneurs nominated for participation at the One Young World Summit 2019

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 — As part of the OECS Commission’s commitment to drive youth development in the region, it has become a nominating agency for the One Young World (OYW) Summit held in London, United Kingdom, from 22 – 25 October 2019. This Summit seeks to encourage peer to peer learning, mentorship by leading figures in various sectors […]

Nominations open for the 2019 CHIEF Awards

Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) to recognize tourism best practices  MIAMI (April 2, 2019) – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is inviting nominations for the Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) Awards from the region’s tourism and hospitality sector as it recognizes outstanding initiatives that are making a difference in the industry.  […]

Foods that lower cancer risks

By Dr. Blaylock From Newsmax Most cells in the body divide between 50 and 60 times and then die. This phenomenon is called the Hayflick limit. But cancer cells can divide forever and are immortal, unless purposefully killed. Cancer cells are different from normal cells in other ways. First, they have severely damaged chromosomes (a […]

Success! Beagles in fungicide study released to Michigan Humane Society

By Laura Goldman From Care2 If it wasn’t for an undercover Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) investigation, 36 beagles would still be locked inside cages at the Charles River Laboratories in Michigan, forced each day to eat a new Corteva Agriscience fungicide. Instead of suffering what must have been excruciating pain, those dogs are […]

The Temple

By Trey Ratcliff From Stuck In Customs NERD TIME I woke up thinking about oxygen and how our cells covert the O2 molecule into CO2. I don’t know why I was thinking so hard about it, but I had to go jump on the internet to do some research. Anyway, I found out the following […]

Guyana Gov’t dual citizenship MPs resign

By Denis Chabrol From DemeraraWaves Guyana’s President David Granger on Monday received and accepted the resignation of all APNU+AFC coalition Members of Parliament (MPs) who are holders of dual citizenship. The MPs are Guyanese-American Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, and Guyanese-Britons Rupert Roopnaraine, Carl Greenidge and Dominic Gaskin. These members will not be returning to […]

Mobile app security threats and secure best practices

By KC Karnes From Clever Tap Is your mobile app secure?   It shouldn’t come as a surprise that mobile apps are targeted by hackers, given the rapid adoption and increased usage globally. By some estimates, one out of every 36 mobile devices has high-risk apps installed.1 An even more sobering mobile app security statistic […]

Gregory Pollonais aspires to make an international impact through acting

POS, Trinidad (Sonique Solutions) – From a tender age Trinidad-based actor and producer Gregory Pollonais has always had a fascination with the arts in particular the world of film. With a creative mind and determined spirit, he is currently pursuing his passion for film on a professional and international scale. As a young boy growing […]

34th Concacaf Ordinary Congress reports solid 2018 results; reaffirms commitment to long-term growth and increased football investment

Las Vegas, Nevada (Thursday, March 28, 2019)– The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) held today its 34th Ordinary Congress in Las Vegas, Nevada where delegates unanimously re-elected President Victor Montagliani to a second term in office for the period 2019-2023. The Canadian, who was elected President in May 2016, was […]

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