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Minister slams online video of mom beating girl – Trinidad & Tobago Express

Minister slams online video of mom beating girlTrinidad & Tobago ExpressThe opinion on the incident expressed yesterday by Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers' Association (TTUTA) first vice-president Antonia De Freitas was that “posting the video may not have achieved a healthy outcome for both parents and children”.Video of mother beating 12-yr-old for "looking for man" on FacebookBreaking News Trinidad and TobagoDebate starts over public scoldingTrinidad Guardianall 3 news articles » Continue reading → Read more

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Walden University Adds New Research-Focused Ph.D. in Nursing

Share New program joins Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) to prepare new leaders for the nursing profession MINNEAPOLIS, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Continuous advancements in nursing science research, education and practice are increasing the demand for nurses with doctoral degrees. To … Continue reading →

Caribbean Leaders Must Create Right Mix To Attract Investors Says Antigua-Born Scholar

Share CaribPR Wire, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 21, 2014: “Caribbean leaders should encourage, embrace and affirm the flow of capital that is positive, sustainable and healthy for the region.” That’s the advice of Antigua-born scholar, Dr. Isaac Newton, as he gears up to … Continue reading →

Seaborne Starts San Juan-Santo Domingo Route

Share SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Seaborne Airlines, the fastest growing airline in the Caribbean, is pleased to announce that its non-stop daily service from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan (SJU) to Las Americas … Continue reading →

Entertainment

Video of Abuse Disguised as Discipline Goes Viral in Trinidad & Tobago – Global Voices Online

Video of Abuse Disguised as Discipline Goes Viral in Trinidad & TobagoGlobal Voices OnlineNote: Global Voices has neither linked to nor embedded the original video out of respect for the rights of the child and the laws relating to abuse and domest... Continue reading →

Business

Atradius Collections Expanding in Latin America with Presence in Brazil – PR Newswire (press release)

Atradius Collections Expanding in Latin America with Presence in BrazilPR Newswire (press release)A lot of multinationals are basing their Latin American operations in Brazil, using it as a platform for expansion into South America. As global customers grow their business … Continue reading →

Sports

World Cup’s road to Brazil remains bumpy – Los Angeles Times

World Cup’s road to Brazil remains bumpyLos Angeles Times… one of soccer’s sacred spiritual homes, for the game’s most important tournament. It will be a powerful, uplifting tribute to the “beautiful game” that Brazilians have shaped for decades and the … Continue reading →

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Walden University Adds New Research-Focused Ph.D. in Nursing

Share Tweet MINNEAPOLIS, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Continuous advancements in nursing science research, education and practice are increasing the demand for nurses with doctoral degrees. To help prepare new leaders in these expanding fields, Walden University is now offering an online … Continue reading

‘King Kong’ Comment Gets Caribbean-Born Crossing Guard Sacked

Share Tweet Jon Seymour (London Evening Standard image) News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. April 23, 2014: A Caribbean immigrant who has served as a school crossing guard for the Carlton Primary School in Kentish Town for more than a decade, … Continue reading

Caribbean Leaders Must Create Right Mix To Attract Investors Says Antigua-Born Scholar

Share Tweet Dr. Isaac Newton News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. April 21, 2014: “Caribbean leaders should encourage, embrace and affirm the flow of capital that is positive, sustainable and healthy for the region.” That’s the advice of Antigua-born scholar, Dr. Isaac Newton, as he … Continue reading

U.S. Ackee Ban Remains In Effect

Share Tweet The ackee fruit. By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. April 18, 2014:  While many Jamaican nationals may look forward with longing to ackee and saltfish this Easter weekend, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is … Continue reading

U.S. Ackee Ban Remains In Effect

Share Tweet The ackee fruit. By NAN STAFF WRITER News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. April 18, 2014:  While many Jamaican nationals may look forward with longing to ackee and saltfish this Easter weekend, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is … Continue reading

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