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Caribbean Hurricane Aftermath – 10 Things That Have Become The New Norm For Crucians After Hurricane Maria

Caribbean Hurricane Aftermath – 10 Things That Have Become The New Norm For Crucians After Hurricane Maria
Published on Oct 20 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, News, Top Stories, U.S.V.I
An elderly resident of Estate Ruby clutches a pack of batteries given to him by Albert Bryan, Jr. of Operation Rebuild the Virgin Islands. (Melody Rames image) News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: It’s been a month since Hurricane Maria slammed into St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, turning...

Caribbean ET Round-Up

Caribbean ET Round-Up
Guyanese-born, Barbados-based singer, producer, song writer, musician and label owner, Eddy Grant, has released a new album after many years. News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. Oct. 20, 2017: Officials in Barbados are considering naming a street after its most famous daughter. The name of Westbury...

For Richard Branson The Time Is Now For Caribbean Leaders To Build A Renewable Energy Future

For Richard Branson The Time Is Now For Caribbean Leaders To Build A Renewable Energy Future
Sir Richard Branson among the ruins of his Necker Island on the BVI following the passage of Hurricane Irma. (Twitter image/Sir Richard Branson) News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Thurs. Oct. 19, 2017: For Virgin Group Founder, Sir Richard Branson, the time is now for Caribbean leaders to lean in and embrace...

Son Of Ugandan Immigrants Challenging NY Caribbean American Congresswoman For Seat

Son Of Ugandan Immigrants Challenging NY Caribbean American Congresswoman For Seat
Adem Bunkeddeko is running with an aggressive agenda as a Democratic challenger to Congresswoman Yvette Clarke. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY. Weds.. Oct. 18, 2017: A 29-year-old Ugandan-American is challenging Brooklyn, NY Caribbean-American Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, 52, for her seat. Adem Bunkeddeko...

Top Jamaican Actor, Musician Among 2017 National Heroes Honorees

Top Jamaican Actor, Musician Among 2017 National Heroes Honorees
Published on Oct 16 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, Jamaica, News, Top Stories
Bunny Wailer received the OM at Jamaica’s National Heroes Day Awards 2017. (JIS image) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Oct. 17, 2017: An internationally recognized Jamaican-born actor and a top reggae musician were among total of 200 Jamaicans from across the nation of Jamaica and the Diaspora...

Daughter Of Famed Former West Indian Cricket Skipper Slams Back At Trolls

Daughter Of Famed Former West Indian Cricket Skipper Slams Back At Trolls
Published on Oct 15 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Entertainment, Features, Top Stories
Masaba Gupta, the love child of actor Neena Gupta and famed West Indian skipper and batsman Viv Richards has hit back at Internet trolls. By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 16, 2017: The daughter of a famed former West Indian cricket captain has slammed back at trolls who have called...

Enterprise Extends 2017 Disaster Relief Aid to Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria

Enterprise Extends 2017 Disaster Relief Aid to Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria
Published on Oct 13 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, News, Puerto Rico
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — As recovery work continues across Puerto Rico and damage estimates multiply in the wake of Hurricane Maria, the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation – the philanthropic arm of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand – is making three separate donations...

Bribery Perceived To Be Most Common In This Latin America and Caribbean Nation

Bribery Perceived To Be Most Common In This Latin America and Caribbean Nation
By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 13, 2017: A new report from Transparency International found that bribery is perceived to be most common in at least one Latin America and one Caribbean nation. A new report People and Corruption: Latin America and the Caribbean, based on...

Caribbean Diaspora Day Of Giving Raises Over USD 45K So Far For CDEMA

Caribbean Diaspora Day Of Giving Raises Over USD 45K So Far For CDEMA
Published on Oct 12 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, News, Top Stories, United States
The Caribbean Day of giving is raising money to help CDEMA help countries like Dominica following Hurricanes Irma and Maria. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 13, 2017: Over 30 Caribbean Diaspora media entities and organizations locked arms Saturday for what was dubbed simply...

This Caribbean Premier Urgently Needs The Help Of Linesmen

This Caribbean Premier Urgently Needs The Help Of Linesmen
This Richard Branson image shows part of the devastation in the BVI from Hurricane Irma. (Twitter image) News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 13, 2017: Hurricanes Irma and Maria left several islands without power as the storms took down electrical poles and left a tangled mess of downed poles and electrical...