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Haiti, St Lucia included on latest US list for Visa Programmes

WASHINGTON (CMC): Two Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are included in six new countries whose nationals have become eligible to participate

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UB40 former member Astro dies after short illness

Source: BBC News British vocalist and former member of UB40 Terence Wilson, better known by his stage name Astro, has

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68% Of Adults — A Record High — Support Legalizing Marijuana

Source: Forbes Magazine For the second year in a row, a record-high majority of Americans support legalizing marijuana, according to a

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Facebook announces name change to Meta in rebranding effort

Source: The Guardian Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the social media giant will change the name of its holding company to Meta,

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SIDS do not need death sentence – Mottley

Source: Jamaican Gleaner EDINBURGH, Scotland (CMC): Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Monday urged the international community to agree to


Parliament in Barbados elects first ever President

Mason won the support of all members of the House of Assembly and all but one senator during a joint


Cayman Island looking to re-open borders

Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan stated that he’s hoping that American Airlines ought to resume flights to Grand Cayman with the


Barbados, volcanic smoke has been sighted coming from the Canary Islands. 

On Thursday morning, the Barbados Meteorological Service reported visible volcanic smoke coming from the La Palma Volcano, which is located


Jamaica takes top Caribbean honours in World Travel Awards

World Travel Awards awarded Jamaica trophies for Caribbean’s Leading Destination, Caribbean’s Leading Cruise Destination, and Caribbean’s Leading Tourist Board. Sangster


LinkUp Radio Empowers Immigrant and Multicultural Communities Through Life Improvement Education

Flourshive | October 12, 2021  |  1 min read David Annakie is an immigrant of Jamaica and in September 1996 decided