What's Up Caribbean

By David Comissiong

The critical importance of the United Nations International Decade For People of African Descent becomes more and more apparent with each passing day!

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The Hero Caribbean Premier League 2015 got under way with a rematch of last year’s final as the current champions Barbados Tridents took on the Guyana Amazon Warriors.

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The ICC Annual Conference week will begin in Barbados on Monday 22 June with the Associate and Affiliate Members’ meeting, and will conclude with the IBC Board meeting on 26 June.

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Minister of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, Ronald Jones, has hinted that changes will be coming in September to address the use of cell phones within school.

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Contrary to persistent statements by Government officials during the recent budgetary debate conveying the impression that hotels are accessing duty free concessions under the revised Tourism Development Act (TDA), the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) has to state that this is not the case.

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The FIFA 11 for Health program was officially launched in Grenada last week at the National Stadium. The FIFA 11 for Health program is a football based health educational program designed for both boys and girls ages 11-12 years. Sixteen Schools were selected to be part of the program starting this September.

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Former Antigua and Barbuda diplomat,Sir Ronald Sanders, has criticised the decision of the European Union to name several Caribbean countries on a list of international tax havens as part of its crackdown on multinational companies trying to avoid paying tax within the union.

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