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Jamaica College Old Boys Association of New York (JCOB-NY) lauded for its significant contribution to the advancement of science and technology in the Diaspora and Jamaica
Minister of Science, Energy and Technology Dr. the Hon Andrew Wheatley has lauded the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of New York (JCOB-NY) for its significant contribution to the advancement of science and technology in the Diaspora and Jamaica...Read More
Thousands to Join Activists, Elected Officials, Celebs and Local Residents in Molding Agenda for Midterm Elections, Census, Voting Rights, Redistricting, DACA and Civil Rights Advocacy...
Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte and Senator Kevin Parker both representing the Flatbush Community along with The NYS Haitian-American Delegation Assemblymembers and Haitian Unity Day Planning Committee members: Michaelle Solages, Kimberly Jean-Pierre, Clyde Vanel, Ellen Jaffee and Senator David Carlucci...
CASTRIES, St Lucia (CMC) — The St Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) has launched an investigation into the cause of a fire that destroyed the Folk Research Centre (FRC) that houses the most extensive collection of the island’s cultural artefacts and history.
Chief of Justice Ivor Archie swore Weeks in at a ceremony at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port Spain at 10 a.m. local time, replacing Anthony Carmona. A retired judge from the Appeal Court, Paula Mae Weekes was the only presidential nominee proposed by the government. Weekes graduated from law school and has a remarkable career in both public and private spheres.
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC) – Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell has called for a “ re-opening of the dialogue on the Caribbean Court of Justice” less than two years after the electorate voted to reject the Trinidad based court as the island’s final court.