What's Up Caribbean v3.0

A community-based project involving the occupants of the Clyde Gollop Night Shelter for Homeless Men and the Hindsbury Primary School will be officially opened today Friday April 24th 2015 at 10.00 a.m. at the Hindsbury Primary School.

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Official Message from the Caribbean Tourism Organization

We have been blessed with a beautiful environment, in which to live, work and invest.  We welcome over 25 million visitors, who, for generations, have been coming to our region for rest, relaxation, respite and rejuvenation.

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Counting of the votes in the 2015 election did not finish until 4.30 a.m but when it was all over it was The Anguilla United Front (AUF) who won 6 of the 7 seats with the other seat going to Independent Palmavon Webster in Island Harbour.

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OECS Director-General, Dr. Didacus Jules

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States is positioning itself to do more business with Martinique.

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The British Council today announced Shakespeare Lives, an unprecedented global programme of events and activities celebrating Shakespeare’s life on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016.

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The Caribbean Court of Justice, or CCJ, on Monday began itinerant sessions in Belize for the first time to ensure that it was "accessible to the people of the Caribbean Community, which it serves."

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Belize Police are investigating a theory of a murder, suicide that occurred on the weekend.

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