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E-VISAS FOR ENTRY INTO ANTIGUA?

Antigua and Barbuda's Acting Chief Immigration Officer Annette Mark has announced that the government will be introducing an e-visa for immigrants who need visas to enter the twin island.

Read more: TIMES, THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'........
 
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SIX 'QUAKES ATTRACT ATTENTION

Port of Spain -- On Thursday, at 07:01am, 7:52am, 11:16am, 11:29am, 11:36am and 12:23pm local time, earthquakes occurred north-east of Barbados. The events were located between latitudes of 13.83°N to 13.99°N and longitudes of 58.51°W to 58.70°W.

Read more: DID YOU FEEL ANY?
 
Hits: 576 Created on 08 July 2015 Written by PHILLIP CUPID Category: CARIBBEAN
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OECS COUNCIL OF MINISTERS ON TOURISM MATTERS TO MEET

Castries ---- The OECs Council of Ministers on Tourism matters will meet for a second occasion in Grenada, on Thursday, July 9th, 2015.  The Ministerial meeting will be convened under the theme: OECS Economic Union: Pushing the Tourism Envelope.

Read more: GRENADA WILL HOST
 
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THE CCJ CELEBRATES TEN YEARS

Port-of-Spain - The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt Hon.Sir Dennis Byron is hopeful that all member states of Caricom will give the CCJ a 10th anniversary gift of "full accession" to the Court. Sir Dennis made the statement at the anniversary celebrations of the Court at its headquarters in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Thursday evening.

Read more: THE "PEOPLE-CENTERED" COURT
 

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