1-800-789-3062

Dominica Diaspora Gets To Work In Aftermath Of Hurricane Maria

Dominica Diaspora Gets To Work In Aftermath Of Hurricane Maria
A screen grab of a video posted on Facebook of Hurricane Maria moving into Dominica on Sept. 18, 2017. By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Sept. 20, 2017: While many Dominicans in the US Diaspora are frantically trying to get news on their loved ones back homes, the Dominica Consulate...

Hurricane Maria Snatches Roof Off Home Of This Caribbean Prime Minister

Hurricane Maria Snatches Roof Off Home Of This Caribbean Prime Minister
Published on Sep 18 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Dominica, Features, News, Top Stories
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerritt of Dominica says his roof has been snatched off by Hurricane Maria. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Sept. 19, 2017: As Hurricane Maria barreled into Dominica as a category five storm last night with winds near 160 mph, it took off the roof of the...

Clarity, Charity And The Hurricane Irma Catastrophe In The Caribbean

Clarity, Charity And The Hurricane Irma Catastrophe In The Caribbean
Published on Sep 17 2017 // Caribbean, Features, News, Top Stories
Units inside the Tutu High Rise remain exposed to the outside more than a week after Hurricane Irma destroyed the building September 17, 2017 in Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. With sustained winds at 150mph, Irma blew completely through the Tutu High Rise building, killing one woman...

Why Is It Helpful to Use GPS Trackers?

Why Is It Helpful to Use GPS Trackers?
Published on Sep 17 2017 // Business, Caribbean
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Sept. 18, 2018: Everyone knows that we are living in the era of digital technologies, so Smartphones, computers, the Internet and different devices became an integral part of our everyday lives. Hence, nowadays the opportunity to track one’s location with the help...

Will Hurricane Irma Help Caribbean Governments Finally Wake Up From Their Slumber?

Will Hurricane Irma Help Caribbean Governments Finally Wake Up From Their Slumber?
Published on Sep 14 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Features, News, St. Martin, Top Stories
Residents collect water for showers in the Sandy Ground neighborhood at Marigot, one week after the passage of hurricane Irma on September 13, 2017 in Saint Martin. (Photo by Aurelien Morissard/IP3/Getty Images) By NAN Editorial Team News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 15, 2017: In case you missed...

Caribbean Sports – The IOC spares A Thought For Those Decimated Sports Organizations

Caribbean Sports – The IOC spares A Thought For Those Decimated Sports Organizations
Published on Sep 14 2017 // Breaking News, Caribbean, Sports
IOC President Thomas Bach. (Photo by Michele Tantussi/Getty Images) By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 15, 2017: The International Olympics Committee, IOC, is concerned about sports organizations decimated by Hurricane Irma and is putting its money where that concern is. A US$1...

The BVI Is The Off-Shore Home To Many Foreign Companies, But Will They Help?

The BVI Is The Off-Shore Home To Many Foreign Companies, But Will They Help?
This Richard Branson image shows part of the devastation in the BVI. (Twitter image) By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 15, 2017: The British Virgin Islands is what some refer to as a Caribbean “tax haven.” It is the registered home of tens of thousands of multi-national...

Where Have All The Celebrities Gone Caribbean?

Where Have All The Celebrities Gone Caribbean?
Former NBA Star Tim Duncan and Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg pitch in to bring awareness to the USVI Hurricane Irma Relief effort Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017. (Twitter image) By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 15, 2017: Celebrities and the rich and famous frequent many of the Caribbean...

Will Travel Marketing Agencies For Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Islands Do Anything To Help?

Will Travel Marketing Agencies For Hurricane Impacted Caribbean Islands Do Anything To Help?
Dogs stand near boats on the land on September 14, 2017 in Marigot on the French Caribbean island of Saint Martin, after the island was hit by Hurricane Irma. The Category 4 hurricane, which struck in 1995, killed 19 people in St Martin, Antigua, Barbuda, St Barts and Anguilla and left tens of thousands...

Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Gingerbread

Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Gingerbread
Published on Sep 14 2017 // Caribbean, Food
By Minna LaFortune News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept.15, 2017: One of my favorite spice is Ginger. I love it for its versatility and its flavor.  In the Caribbean and it’s Diaspora ginger is often used to make a favorite beverage called Ginger beer, and is put in the popular Caribbean drink ...