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Catastrophic flooding devastates Trinidad and Tobago

By Eve George Caribbean News Now Senior Correspondent PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — A very active rainy season in Trinidad and Tobago has left hundreds of residents marooned in their districts and homes, with just as many seeking shelter on higher ground from massive flooding ravaging the countryside. According to a statement from the ministry […]

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Puerto Rico issues again highlighted in Florida election

By Caribbean News Now contributor FORT LAUDERDALE, USA — Post-hurricane issues in Puerto Rico have again been highlighted during the senate election campaign in Florida between outgoing governor, Republican Rick Scott, and Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson. When Scott led a delegation of utility providers to Puerto Rico last year to help the hurricane-ravaged island, he […]

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RSS deployment in St Kitts-Nevis quickly followed by reports of abuse

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Following the recent deployment of Regional Security System (RSS) personnel to reinforce policing in St Kitts and Nevis reports surfaced last week of a severe beating administered by members of the RSS and local police on Wednesday afternoon. A St Kitts resident, identified as Eric ‘Juni’ Thompson, said he was beaten […]

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CAL seeks Guyana-NYC, Miami and Toronto flights

By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — It has been more than five years since Caribbean Airlines expressed an interest in launching direct flights from Georgetown, Guyana, to New York, Miami and Toronto and this goal was reiterated on Wednesday in Georgetown during a visit by chief executive officer (CEO) of Caribbean […]

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St Kitts-Nevis opposition leader slams recent public opinion survey

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Leader of the opposition St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP), Dr Denzil Douglas, has dismissed the recent release of the results of CADRES public opinion survey by regional pollster Peter Wickham as “an exercise in dupery and unprofessionalism.” Wickham’s press release claimed to have surveyed 1,000 persons across the Federation and concluded, […]

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Catastrophic flooding devastates Trinidad and Tobago

By Eve George Caribbean News Now Senior Correspondent PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — A very active rainy season in Trinidad and Tobago has left hundreds of residents marooned in their districts and homes, with just as many seeking shelter on higher ground from massive flooding ravaging the countryside. According to a statement from the ministry […]

The post Catastrophic flooding devastates Trinidad and Tobago appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

Puerto Rico issues again highlighted in Florida election

By Caribbean News Now contributor FORT LAUDERDALE, USA — Post-hurricane issues in Puerto Rico have again been highlighted during the senate election campaign in Florida between outgoing governor, Republican Rick Scott, and Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson. When Scott led a delegation of utility providers to Puerto Rico last year to help the hurricane-ravaged island, he […]

The post Puerto Rico issues again highlighted in Florida election appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

RSS deployment in St Kitts-Nevis quickly followed by reports of abuse

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Following the recent deployment of Regional Security System (RSS) personnel to reinforce policing in St Kitts and Nevis reports surfaced last week of a severe beating administered by members of the RSS and local police on Wednesday afternoon. A St Kitts resident, identified as Eric ‘Juni’ Thompson, said he was beaten […]

The post RSS deployment in St Kitts-Nevis quickly followed by reports of abuse appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

CAL seeks Guyana-NYC, Miami and Toronto flights

By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — It has been more than five years since Caribbean Airlines expressed an interest in launching direct flights from Georgetown, Guyana, to New York, Miami and Toronto and this goal was reiterated on Wednesday in Georgetown during a visit by chief executive officer (CEO) of Caribbean […]

The post CAL seeks Guyana-NYC, Miami and Toronto flights appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

St Kitts-Nevis opposition leader slams recent public opinion survey

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Leader of the opposition St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP), Dr Denzil Douglas, has dismissed the recent release of the results of CADRES public opinion survey by regional pollster Peter Wickham as “an exercise in dupery and unprofessionalism.” Wickham’s press release claimed to have surveyed 1,000 persons across the Federation and concluded, […]

The post St Kitts-Nevis opposition leader slams recent public opinion survey appeared first on Caribbean News Now.

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National Hurricane Center

No current storm in NHC Atlantic Wallet 4

No current storm in NHC AT4 as of Mon, 22 Oct 2018 06:30:24 GMT
 
 
 

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