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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Tues 11 Aug 2015 - The seasonal influx of Sargassum seaweed on Caribbean beaches has got the attention of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) and tourism policymakers and practitioners across the region.
 
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The series of town-hall meetings hosted by the West Indies Cricket Board continued on Friday in Jamaica.
President and Vice President, Dave Cameron and Emmanuel Nanthan, were the two main speakers.
 The meeting was dominated by cricket aficionados mainly from the corporate area clubs and other long standing officials. The questions, typical of town-hall meetings were varied but the audience zoned in on key issues like:
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The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) says the region should expect more partnerships between media entities in light of the state of the current market conditions.
 
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By Dr. Anesa W. Ahamad, MD, MSC, FACR, DABR

Did you know that a blood test at age 45–50 can predict a man’s lifetime risk of dying of prostate cancer more so than his family history or ethnicity? Did you know that a man can increase his risk of prostate cancer by taking certain vitamins and supplements?

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World football governing body FIFA has turned down a protest by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) alleging that St. Vincent and the Grenadines used an ineligible player during a World Cup Qualification game.

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The Royal Barbados Police Force is requesting the assistance of the public to identify a man said to be in his early 30’s and is currently in a serious condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

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The Special Olympics Barbados team had a wonderful experience at the 2015 Los Angeles Special Olympics World Games.

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