Category: St. Kitts & Nevis

Caribbean Trivia Online Quiz

Caribbean Trivia Online Quiz

| February 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Following the successful Caribbean Christmas Quiz 2017 that saw three big winners take away, 4th prize, a beautiful drinks hamper from Jewel Isle Rum Punch,  won by Dawn Lindo-Morgan from Jamaica; 3rd prize, two boxes of patties from Port Royal Patties, won by Margaret St John from Grenada; 2nd prize, a beautiful food hamper from Tropical Sun won by […]

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Christmas Quiz Grand Prize Draw tomorrow

Christmas Quiz Grand Prize Draw tomorrow

| December 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Answer to last week’s question number #11 is BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.  All of the persons to provide the correct answer to question #11 were as follows: Magdelene Daniel from St Lucia Vashtine McCalla Smith from Jamaica based in London Nicole-Rachelle Moore from Trinidad and Tobago based in London Margaret St John from Grenada based in London Dawn Lindo-Morgan from Jamaica based in London Shalisa […]

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EU regional program committees to meet in French Guiana next week

EU regional program committees to meet in French Guiana next week

| December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

 EU regional program committees to meet in French Guiana next week, with representatives of OECS, ACS, CARICOM and several Caribbean Countries CAYENNE, French Guiana — The European regional cooperation program INTERREG  Caraibes will be holding its fourth Monitoring Committee and third Selection Committee meetings on

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Question #10 of Caribbean Christmas Quiz out now

Question #10 of Caribbean Christmas Quiz out now

| December 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Answer to last week’s question number #9 is DOMINICA.  First person to provide the correct answer to question #9 was Dianne Phillips from Trinidad and Tobago. CONGRATULATIONS Dianne, you have been entered in the grand finale draw on Friday 22nd December 2017.

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Caribbean Christmas Quiz Prize Draw Tomorrow

Caribbean Christmas Quiz Prize Draw Tomorrow

| November 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Answer to last week’s question number 5 is BARBADOS.  First person to provide the correct answer to question #5 was Margaret St John from Grenada based in London. CONGRATULATIONS Margaret, you have been entered in the draw tomorrow Friday 24th November 2017. RULES:  In order to qualify…Send answer to: quiz@caribdirect.com along with full name, mobile number and Caribbean country […]

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Just Caribbean Breakfast in Lakes a big hit with Asian Visitors

Just Caribbean Breakfast in Lakes a big hit with Asian Visitors

| June 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Archway Guesthouse, the only Caribbean B&B in the Lake District UK continues to be a big hit in that part of the world and has now won a number of Trip Advisor Awards and has now added a Gold Award for 2017 by Hotels.com for exceptional standards and service. The couple Denis & Anita St. […]

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Trinidadian chef endorses Caribbean Food Conference

Trinidadian chef endorses Caribbean Food Conference

| June 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Trinidadian Sabrina Zeif a talented and vibrant cook whose colourful international background strongly influences her original style of cooking, endorses the Caribbean Food and Drink Conference on 18th August 2017 at Lambeth College south London. Born in Trinidad, Sabrina’s Caribbean roots sparked her love for flavourful international food. Trinidadian heritage is mixed, embracinga fiery fusion […]

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Princeton to Rename Spaces for T. Morrison, Sir A. Lewis

Princeton to Rename Spaces for T. Morrison, Sir A. Lewis

| May 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nobel Laureates Sir Arthur Lewis (L) and Toni Morrison (R) In a press release Tuesday, the University announced that it will rename West College and the major auditorium in Robertson Hall of the Wilson School in honor of University Professor Emerita Toni Morrison and Nobel Laureate and former University Professor Sir Arthur Lewis, respectively. The […]

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Women as Political Leaders – not a gender issue

Women as Political Leaders – not a gender issue

| April 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Modern history is showered with women as political leaders and Heads of government.  When women first emerged in these roles, it was regarded as ‘breaking a glass ceiling’ – a breakthrough for the female gender in occupying high positions once regarded as the preserve of men.  There was truth in that sentiment at the beginning […]

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The weakness of assaults on second citizenship

The weakness of assaults on second citizenship

| April 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIPs) are operated, in one form or another, by many countries, including the US, Canada, and several European Union (EU) nations.   Yet, commentators in various media single out Caribbean countries and Malta for adverse comment. The adverse comments start with the inferred condemnation that CIPs are inherently bad.  But this blanket […]

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