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PNP’s Spokesman Delano Franklyn has rejected a claim by Opposition Leader Andrew Holness that party President and Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller was pressured into calling the general election.

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Barbados Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy, says 2015 was a stellar one for Barbados’ tourist industry as long-stay arrivals grew by 13.7 per cent, which translated into some 591,892 persons visiting the island during the period. 

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LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, announced today the complete removal of fuel surcharges on all new tickets booked, effective 1st March 2016.

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Two days after turning himself into police, former prisoner Dave Benjamin has faced the court for killing an American tourist hours after she arrived in Grenada.

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All three of the USA's biggest airlines are allowing some customers to cancel or postpone their trips if they’re ticketed to fly to areas affected by Zika. 

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The United Nations General Assembly has identified St. Vincent and the Grenadines among nine countries that are not allowed to vote in the current 70th Session because of arrears in paying their dues.

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended its travel warning to another eight countries or territories that pose a risk of infection with Zika, a mosquito-borne virus spreading through the Caribbean and Latin America.

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