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Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit

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Top Trending News On The Web Honorary doctorate for Dominica Prime Minister October 16, 2018 – caribbeannewsservice.com Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit is to receive an honorary doctorate from the privately owned US-based Duquesne University in recognition of his leadership and advocacy on climate change. The conferment of the Degree of Humane Letters,… Prime Minister…

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Top Trending News On The Web Kanye West tells Trump MAGA hat made him feel like 'Superman' October 11, 2018 – CNN “There was something about putting this hat on that made me feel like Superman,” West said, as part of an extended soliloquy that spanned topics from his mental health to prison reform to…

Freelance journalist Eric Felton takes bestthe-best honours in CTO Travel Media Awards

Freelance journalist Eric Felton takes bestthe-best honours in CTO Travel Media Awards 10

CTO HONORS EXCELLENCE IN TRAVEL JOURNALISM AT MEDIA AWARDS CEREMONY DURING CARIBBEAN WEEK NEW YORK Freelance Journalist Eric Felton Takes Best-of-the-Best Award for National Geographic Feature NEW YORK, NY (June 8, 2017) – The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has crowned the winners in its annual Caribbean Media Awards competition and recognized journalists at the Caribbean…

IIPT Caribbean Celebrates Intl. Year of Sustainable Tourism forDevelopment in Mandeville, Jamaica

IIPT Caribbean Celebrates Intl. Year of Sustainable Tourism forDevelopment in Mandeville, Jamaica 12

IIPT Caribbean to Celebrate International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017   IIPT Caribbean together with the IIPT International Community Tourism Network and Countrystyle Community Tourism Network will be celebrating the launch of 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism on January 18 at the Mandeville Hotel, Manchester, Jamaica as the official UNWTO…

Former St Kitts-Nevis minister weighs in on Caribbean citizenship programmes

St Kitts and Nevis minister Dwyer Astaphan

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — With claims being made by the Dominica prime minister and various people on social media that Caribbean citizenship by investment programmes (CIPs) are being unfairly targeted by the CBS network in the United States, former St Kitts and Nevis minister Dwyer Astaphan has offered an explanation. “The media in the…