What's Up Caribbean v3.0

From March 3rd to 4th, 2015, the High Commission of Canada in Barbados and Canadian Export Development Inc. will co-host the Canadian Construction & Building Products Showcase.

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Day 1 of Agrofest 2015, got off to a great start yesterday at Queens Park Oval.

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The 5th Edition of Caribbean Fine Art (CaFA) Fair – Barbados is slated for March 11-15, 2015 and will be held at Divi Southwinds Resort.

 

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The Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman.

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By E. Glenford Prescott

Minister of Sports Cecil “Ces” McKie, left, FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, second right and other officials. (Photo: E. Glenford Prescott)

St. Vincent and the Grenadines can look forward to receiving more benefits from world football governing body, FIFA if presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein succeed in unseating current office holder, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter.

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Caribbean countries were on Wednesday expressing concerns over a new strain of HIV virus that has been identified by Cuban scientists. Research indicates that this strain CRF19CPX develops much faster into full blown AIDS than previous strains of the virus.

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Sahab Jamshidi, a Canadian physician from Hamilton apparently on holiday in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, has been arrested after the drowning death of a four-year-old boy, according to local police.

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