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Replay Destinations and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to open the most anticipated resort in the Caribbean in 2021

MONTREAL, Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Appointed by acclaimed resort development company Replay Destinations, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will manage one of the most highly anticipated projects in the Caribbean – Half Moon Bay Antigua, a spectacular 132-acre oceanfront resort set to open in 2021. Rosewood Half Moon Bay  will accommodate guests in 47 pavilion-style suites which include an ...

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Replay Destinations and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to open the most anticipated resort in the Caribbean in 2021

MONTREAL, Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Appointed by acclaimed resort development company Replay Destinations, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts will manage one of the most highly anticipated projects in the Caribbean – Half Moon Bay Antigua, a spectacular 132-acre oceanfront resort set to open in 2021. Rosewood Half Moon Bay  will accommodate guests in 47 pavilion-style suites which include an ...

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Jamaicans Slam UK PM on Twitter After Independence Greeting

By NAN Contributor News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. Aug. 8, 2018: UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, may have thought she was being culturally sensitive when she saluted Jamaica on its 56th independence anniversary Monday with a tweet that said simply: “Today marks 56 years of Jamaican independence. The contribution of Jamaicans in the UK and abroad is huge – long ...

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Jamaicans Slam UK PM on Twitter After Independence Greeting

By NAN Contributor News Americas, LONDON, England, Weds. Aug. 8, 2018: UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, may have thought she was being culturally sensitive when she saluted Jamaica on its 56th independence anniversary Monday with a tweet that said simply: “Today marks 56 years of Jamaican independence. The contribution of Jamaicans in the UK and abroad is huge – long ...

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U.S. Slaps Charges On This Former Caribbean Government Minister

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY., Tues. Aug. 7, 2018: U.S. federal authorities on Monday charged a former Caribbean minister of government with laundering bribes from an insurance company in his homeland. Donville O’Neil Inniss, the former Minister of Industry of Barbados in the Democratic Labor Party (DLP) government, appeared in a Tampa Court Monday to answer charges ...

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West Indies Lose T20 Series Against Bangladesh In South Florida

By NAN Sports Editor  News Americas, LAUDERHILL, Fl, Mon. Aug. 6, 2018: The West Indies cricket team disappointed South Florida Caribbean cricket fans again Sunday night with a second straight loss that handed the Bangladesh Tigers the Twenty20 International series win. A slow batting performance led to the Windies losing again Sunday night, but this time by the Duckworth method ...

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West Indian American Day Carnival Association President Dead At 75

By NAN Contributor News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Mon. Aug. 6, 2018: Head of the West Indian American Day Carnival Association, (WIADCA), of New York, William R. (Bill) Howard, passed away Sunday at his home in Brooklyn, weeks before this year’s annual carnival celebration. A press statement from the organization said Howard, 75, was found dead in his Brooklyn home by ...

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West Indies Lose First T20 Match-Up In South Florida

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, LAUDERHILL, Fl, Sun. Aug. 5, 2018: Sloppy fielding and a slow run-rate combined to leave the West Indies cricket team nursing a loss last night in their first T-20 match-up in South Florida, much to the disappointment of many of their fans. Despite a knock of 43 respectively by both Andre Fletcher and Rovman ...

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Former Third World Member To Be Laid To Rest Next Week

By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 3, 2018: Former member of the internationally acclaimed band, Third World, Irvin “Carrot” Jarrett, is set to be laid to rest next week. His wife, Alisia Jarrett, made the announcement on Facebook, noting that the celebration of the renowned percussionist turned health and wellness healer, will be held on ...

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New York Times Stands By Guyana Story Despite Criticism From Nationals

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 3, 2018: The New York Times is standing by its man Clifford Krauss, or at least his story, “The $20 Billion Question for Guyana,” despite the condemnation it continues to elicit in Guyana, in its US Diaspora and globally. On Thursday, a spokesperson from The Times told News Americas: ...

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