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Dominica’s tourism sector ready to welcome visitors after TS Erika

readyROSEAU, Dominica--“Dominica is open for business and ready to welcome visitors to its shores.”

So said Minister for Tourism and Urban Renewal Robert Tonge as he provided an update on the status of the tourism sector, following the devastation caused by Tropical Storm (TS) Erika in late August.

Air access to the destination has resumed with LIAT, Seaborne and Winair offering daily flights...

Reparations Committee: Withdraw Queens’ names from Suriname’s highest mountains

reparPARAMARIBO--Suriname’s National Reparations Committee NRCS has filed a request with President Desi Bouterse that...

World’s largest hotel company expanding with new 450-room resort in Barbados

wyndNEW JERSEY, United States--Wyndham Hotel Group, the world’s largest hotel company, has announced plans for further...

Accelerated coral bleaching expected to damage 38 per cent of reefs by year-end

coralQUEENSLAND, Australia--The biggest mass coral destruction event ever recorded could be underway in the third major...

Conference to focus on challenges in Caribbean valuation & construction

ConstWASHINGTON D.C.--With many important challenges and developments in valuation and construction in the Caribbean –...

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