Caribbean News

Cuba's new president: What to expect of Miguel Daz-Canel

May 04, 2018

Cuba has a new president – and for the first time in six decades, his last name is not Castro.

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Team Bahamas turns in respectable performances in the DR

May 03, 2018

The Bahamas Bowling Federation (BBF) has sent a team to compete in the Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Bowling (CONCECABOL) 2018 Senior and Super Seniors Tournament. The tournament began on Sunday and ends this Saturday in the Dominican Republic. The senior men's team includes [...]
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Agenda Announcement of the 4th International Health and Wellness Tourism Congress

April 27, 2018

he meeting has become the main health tourism event in Central America and the Caribbean,

and a proper setting to generate synergies, new businesses, and knowledge transfer.

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Caribbean Management Consultants Partner for Success at CICMC

April 26, 2018

The Caribbean Institute of Certified Management Consultants (CICMC) recently convened in Curacao for its 10th Anniversary Annual Conference which was hosted by the CICMC-Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) Interim Chapter...

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Prince Charles voted in to lead the Commonwealth, succeeding the Queen

April 20, 2018

The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) wrapped up days of high-level intense sessions and agreed that His Royal Highness Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, 69, succeeds his mother Queen Elizabeth II as head of the Commonwealth of Nations...

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Trio representing The Bahamas at tennis tourney in Barbados
Trio representing The Bahamas at tennis tourney in Barbados

April 17, 2018

The tennis journey across the Caribbean continues for three young Bahamian athletes as they engage in play in Bridgetown, Barbados, this week. Female player Sydney Clarke and junior men Donte Armbrister and Jacobi Bain are all in the main draw of the C.O. Williams Barbados [...]

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Discussions centre on cervical, and treatment of other female, cancers, at CGCS Symposium

April 09, 2018

Regional and international health experts met in New Providence over the weekend to discuss a number of major issues relating to women’s health during the Caribbean Gynecological Cancer Society’s (CGCS)Third Annual Symposium...

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Haitian Migrants Apprehended
Haitian Migrants Apprehended

April 09, 2018

Coral Harbour Base, 09 APR. ‘18 (RBDF): A total of 50 Haitian migrants were returned to their country over the weekend after they were apprehended in Bahamian waters during a joint effort with the United States Coast Guard...

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Caribbean Cruise on Disney Dream to Bahamas
Caribbean Cruise on Disney Dream to Bahamas

April 06, 2018

Wesley Johnson took his 11-month-old daughter on a Caribbean cruise to test whether a splash of 'Disney whimsy' really does make getting there half the fun...

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The Cruise: How Much Does it Cost to Sail on the Royal Princess
The Cruise: How Much Does it Cost to Sail on the Royal Princess?

April 06, 2018

In the new series of The Cruise, the Royal Princess sails the Caribbean, calling at Grenada, the Bahamas, Antigua and Bonaire. Tempted? Here’s everything you need to know...

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Flow Caribbean President Proud of CARIFTA Sponsorship
Flow Caribbean President Proud of CARIFTA Sponsorship

April 06, 2018

Flow Caribbean President Garry Sinclair was in Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, over the weekend, and he expressed pride in the company he represents being a part of the CARIFTA movement...

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Barbados' Kyle Gale a Man to Watch
Barbados' Kyle Gale a Man to Watch

April 06, 2018

Barbadians will most remember the 2018 Carifta games, not for maintaining their place as the number four Caribbean athletic nation, or for the three gold medals earned, but for the man who almost erased a record of the legend, Usain Bolt.

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Filling the Void: China's Expanding Caribbean Presence
Filling the Void: China's Expanding Caribbean Presence

April 06, 2018

The Peace Ark sailed smoothly into Havana Harbor, floating past the aging brick Morro Cabana fortress under a luminous yellow sun. The Ark’s 416 crew members disembarked on a warm Friday afternoon in October 2011 without much pomp, pageantry, or even a token media presence...

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Caribbean Business- This Caribbean Bank May be Coming to the NY Stock Exchange
Caribbean Business- This Caribbean Bank May be Coming to the NY Stock Exchange

April 06, 2018

A Caribbean based, Canadian owned bank may soon be listed on the New York Stock Exchange...

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A breakdown of The Bahamas' medals at CARIFTA
A breakdown of The Bahamas' medals at CARIFTA

April 06, 2018

The Flow CARIFTA Games Bahamas 2018 came to a close on Easter Monday night at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium with Jamaica once again dominating the medal count, and The Bahamas placing second. In total, The Bahamas collected 35 medals - six gold, 14 [...]

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Christmas Credit Card Cheer for TCI Winner
Christmas Credit Card Cheer for TCI Winner

April 05, 2018

Turks and Caicos islanders Jamesly Prosper and Olga Kudrytska couldn’t believe their luck at winning $1,000 cash-back from CIBC FirstCaribbean as part of the bank’s regional “All is Bright” Christmas campaign...

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UB Reinvigorates Alumni Connections in Turks and Caicos Islands
UB Reinvigorates Alumni Connections in Turks and Caicos Islands

April 05, 2018

University of The Bahamas (UB) is reinvigorating its relationship with the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) as alumni of the former College of The Bahamas are eager to form the first international alumni chapter of UB...

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#FLOWCariftaGames: Jamaica dominates 200m

April 03, 2018

As they did in the 100m on Saturday, the Jamaicans swept all four gold medals in the 200m on today's third and final day of the 47th CARIFTA Games in the Bahamas but only Under 17 champion Briana Williams managed to complete a sprint double...

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Caribbean American Teen Claims Triple Gold At CARIFTA Game

April 03, 2018

A 15-year-old Caribbean American teen and Florida high schooler is now a triple gold medalist. Briana Nichole Williams, running for her parents’ homeland of Jamaica at the just concluded 2018 CARIFTA Games in the Bahamas walked away with the three gold medals for her adopted country.

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Guyana hauls in a record nine medals at CARIFTA Games

April 03, 2018

Triple jumper Princess Brown and 800m specialist, Joanna Archer added CARIFTA Games bronze medals to their resume yesterday as Team Guyana completed a successful sojourn here in The Bahamas where the 47th edition of the event was held...

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