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April 24, 2019

Barbados

Bigger than you think

Source: Barbados Today Barbados imported over 100 million individual plastic bags in 2017 – that is enough plastic to wrap around this island 368 times. It also imported… Link: Bigger than you think

Barbados

Moise cleared in money laundering investigation

Source: Nation Newspaper PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – An investigating judge has cleared President Jovenel Moise of any involvement in a money laundering case that the authorities have… Link: Moise cleared in money laundering investigation

Jamaica

Triple killing rocks quiet Manchester community

Source: Jamaica Star Residents from the community of Top Bellefield were left devastated yesterday after the murder of three people in the usually quiet area. Dead are Uriah… Link: Triple killing rocks quiet Manchester community

Jamaica

Clarendon cop dies in crash

Source: Jamaica Star The May Pen Police division is now mourning the death of one of its own following a motor vehicle accident. Detective Constable Clive Wedderburn, 33,… Link: Clarendon cop dies in crash

Jamaica

JET releases new Save Cockpit Country production

Source: Jamaica Star Last Thursday, the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) released its latest production under the Save Cockpit Country campaign. The new public service announcement (PSA) from JET… Link: JET releases new Save Cockpit Country production

Jamaica

Festive affair at Mooney’s grave digging

Source: Jamaica Star The rituals accompanying the death of a loved one in Jamaica are a grave digging, a nine night, and a funeral service followed by a… Link: Festive affair at Mooney’s grave digging

Jamaica

A good fisherman and a decent human being

Source: Jamaica Star Denzil Edney Findlay has been eulogised as a master fisherman. The man of the sea, who hails from Parottee, but spent much of his life… Link: A good fisherman and a decent human being

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St. Lucia

“I Am Not A Politician!”

Source: St. Lucia Times Outspoken Saint Lucia religious leader, Seth Ampadu, has defended his comments about a recent incident in parliament, declaring that he is not a politician. Ampadu,… Link: “I Am Not A Politician!”

Barbados

Nasty business

Source: Barbados Today Since the April 1 ban on single use plastics came into effect, people have raised concerns about the effectiveness of the alternatives available on the… Link: Nasty business

Barbados

More than a word change

Source: Barbados Today In recent years, the Oistins Fish Festival, along with other local festivals has been labelled a dying tradition and as such, its rejuvenation and transformation… Link: More than a word change

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Barbados

Prince memoir to be released in October

Source: Nation Newspaper LOS ANGELES – An unfinished memoir that Prince was writing before his 2016 death will be released in October, with previously unseen photos and other… Link: Prince memoir to be released in October

Haiti

iciHaiti – Bahamas : Two Haitians face justice in Freeport

Source: Haiti Libre Two Haitian nationals Arty Alexis (33) and Myrtha Bertrand-Jeantinord (49) appeared before Chief Justice Debbye Ferguson at the Freeport Court of First Instance (Grand Bahama… Link: iciHaiti – Bahamas : Two Haitians face justice in Freeport

Bermuda

Anthem Returns To Disembark Sick Passenger

Source: Bernews On Tuesday [April 23] the Anthem of the Seas cruise ship returned to the island as a passenger needed hospital treatment. A Bermuda Maritime Operations… Link: Anthem Returns To Disembark Sick Passenger

Bermuda

Video: Peppercorn Ceremony In St George’s

Source: Bernews Following a tradition that began over 200 years ago, the annual Peppercorn Ceremony is taking place in St George’s this morning [April 24] and you… Link: Video: Peppercorn Ceremony In St George’s

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