Sports and Recreation

first_imgWhether you’re looking to take in a game or cool off with a trip down a waterslide, you’ll find what you’re after in Burlington and Ocean counties.Fantasy Island Amusement Park320 Seventh St.Beach Haven, NJ 08008 609-492-4000www.fantasyislandpark.com This park with Victorian flair features thrilling rides, an arcade, boardwalk games, entertainment, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and more.GolfGolfing fans can play through on some of New Jerseys’ best golf courses in the region. Public, private and semi-private golf courses are all available. Burlington County is home to the highly acclaimed and challenging Pine Valley Golf Club. Ranked No. 1 in the world by Golf Magazine more than once, the private course is incredibly exclusive and out of reach for most nonmembers. Thankfully, the county is also home to the Golden Pheasant Golf Club, the Burlington Country Club, the Indian Spring Country Club and several other private and public courses. In Ocean County, you can play at the public Atlantis Golf Course, which was named one of the top 50 golf courses in New Jersey under $50 to play. Forge Pond Golf Course, another public course, was named “Best golf course in Monmouth/Ocean County” several years running. For a full list of golf courses in the region, visit the New Jersey State Golf Association at www.njsga.org. Jenkinson’s Boardwalk300 Ocean Ave.Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742 732-892-0600https://jenkinsons.com Jenkinson’s Boardwalk is fun for the whole family. The mile-long boardwalk features an aquarium, an amusement park, arcades and a Sweet Shop. Tee up at one of three mini-golf courses, batter up at the batting cages or eat up at the oceanside restaurants. No trip is complete without a visit to the beautiful sandy beach.River Cruises and Pirate AdventuresExplore New Jersey by boat on a river cruise. The River Belle and River Lady paddlewheel riverboats offer sightseeing and dining cruises along the Manasquan River, Point Pleasant Canal, Barnegat Bay and Metedeconk River. Climb aboard these authentic reproductions that capture the charm of 19th-century Mississippi paddleboats for historical sightseeing cruises, fireworks cruises, murder mystery cruises, dance cruises and more.If you’re looking for a swashbuckling adventure, sail with the Jersey Shore Pirates on the Sea Gypsy. Children can dress up like pirates, man the famous water cannons and embark on a treasure hunt on the high seas. Black Pearl Pirate Tours offer a similar experience for young pirates in training, as well as sunset cruises with a fully stocked bar for older buccaneers.For more information on river cruises and pirate adventures, visit the Ocean County Tourism website at www.oceancountytourism.com. Six Flags Great Adventure1 Six Flags Blvd.Jackson, NJ 08527 732-928-2000www.sixflags.com/greatadventure Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari and Hurricane Harbor thrill guests with coasters, shows, animals and water fun. Go from 0 to 128 mph in 3.5 seconds on the Kingda Ka roller coaster, experience the tallest and fastest drop ride in the world on Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom, or try to stay dry on the Congo Rapids whitewater river rafting experience.Team85 Fitness & Wellness8500 K Johnson Blvd.Bordentown, NJ 08505 609-298-8585http://team85fitnessandwellness.com Team85 Fitness & Wellness is a one-stop shop for all your fitness, sport, family and lifestyle needs. Team85 began with the vision of its CEO — former professional football player Kevin Johnson of the Cleveland Browns. Today, the 120,000-square-foot facility features state-of-the-art fitness and cardio equipment, an indoor turf field, batting cages, basketball courts, an indoor track, indoor swimming pools, salon and spa services, a cafe with internet, child care services and more. The facility offers programs for all ages and fitness levels.last_img read more

Odds & Ends: Mandy Gonzalez to Bring Her Fierce Vocals to Cafe Carlyle & More

first_imgMandy Gonzalez & Duncan Sheik to Make Café Carlyle DebutsHamilton star Mandy Gonzalez and Tony-winning composer Duncan Sheik will debut shows at Café Carlyle this fall. Sheik will appear from October 3-7 while Mandy Gonzalez: Fearless! will play the New York venue from October 24-November 4. Also set to fill out the Carlyle’s fall season are Grammy-winning vocalist Lani Hall (September 5-16), Broadway vet Rita Wilson (October 10-21), husband-and-wife duo John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey (November 7-18) and Grammy winner Steve Tyrell (December 5-31). Woody Allen will continue to perform on Monday nights with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band.Freaky Friday Co-Star Emma Hunton Sings from Disney’s New Hit MusicalBroadway veteran Emma Hunton is currently introducing Texas audiences to Disney’s new musical adaptation of Freaky Friday. Hunton is co-starring alongside Heidi Blickenstaff, bringing the show to its fourth city since its world premiere. On a break from performing at Houston’s Alley Theatre, Hunton stopped by Good Morning Houston to sample the moving, belty tune “No More Fear.” Check out the Spring Awakening vet below and don’t miss Freaky Friday at the Alley Theatre, running through July 2! View Comments Tony Nominee Tom Edden & More Cast in Mae West’s The DragMae West’s 1927 play The Drag will appear in London as part of the National Theatre’s Queer Theatre series at the Lyttelton on July 10 at 7.30pm. Director Polly Stenham has lined up a dynamite cast led by Tom Edden, who landed a Tony nomination in his Broadway debut alongside James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors. Also joining the cast of the story that follows a respected, married socialite who is keeping his homosexual tendencies under wraps will be Fisayo Akinade, Arun Blair-Mangat, Niamh Cusack, Richard Dempsey, Sacha Dhawan, Adetomiwa Edun, Jodie McNee, Cyril Nri, Sule Rimi and Adrian Scarborough.Clive Owen-Led Broadway Revival of M. Butterfly Releases Mysterious Teaser TrailerThe much-anticipated new production of David Henry Hwang’s M. Butterfly is getting ready take Broadway. Led by Oscar nominee Clive Owen and directed by Tony winner Julie Taymor, the revival will play the Cort Theatre beginning on October 7. In anticipation of the show’s return, the production has released a chilling trailer teaser. Give it a watch below and check out the exciting play when it heads back to the Great White Way!last_img read more

August 1, 2012 News and Notes

first_img News and Notes Alan Mishael of Miami Beach presented “Empowering Foster Parents and Other Court-appointed Custodians to Make the System Work Better for Children” to the Daniel Memorial Institute’s National Foster Care Conference in Orlando. Allison Lane of Balkan & Patterson in Boca Raton has become president-elect of the Palm Beach County Chapter of FAWL. David Levin of GrayRobinson in Miami graduated from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Miami program. Adrian Alvarez of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske has become a director of the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association. Fred Karlinsky, Rich Fidei, and Jennifer Erdelyi of Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate in Ft. Lauderdale co-wrote an article titled “State Taxation of Non-U.S. Risk Premium — An Unintended Consequence of the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act?” that was featured in the Summer 2012 edition of Wholesale Insurance News (WIN) Magazine, a publication of the American Association of Managing General Agents. Robert L. Parks of Coral Gables has been elected chair of the board of visitors for the National Judicial College. Timothy C. Garding of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick in Tampa has been elected to the board of directors of the Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the Arts. Stephen Reisman of Peckar & Abramson in Miami served as co-editor for Construction Defects, a 384-page book published by the ABA’s Forum on the Construction Industry. The firm’s Gary Stein and Adam Handfinger co-wrote Chapter 8, “Alternative Dispute Resolution.” C. Douglas McDonald of Carlton Fields in Tampa was elected to the board of directors for the Ferguson-White Inn of Court. Christopher Marlowe of The Haggard Law Firm in Coral Gables presented “Handling Child Drowning Cases in Today’s Legal Environment” for a Louisiana Association for Justice webinar. Michael A. Moné, vice president, supply chain integrity and senior regulatory counsel, quality and regulatory affairs, for Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio, received the Outstanding Pharmacy Alumnus Award from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy and was the commencement speaker at the May graduation ceremony. Suzette A. Maylor of Aldridge│Connors in Boca Raton has become a member of the board of Women in Distress of Broward County, Inc. Philip W. Engle of Roswell, Georgia, has been selected as chair of the North American Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. John L. Holcomb of Hill Ward Henderson in Tampa has been awarded the Hillsborough County Bar Association Trial & Litigation Section’s Michael A. Fogarty “In the Trenches” Award. Francisco J. Gonzalez of Gonzalez & Shenkman in Wellington has become chair-elect of the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce. Jacob T. Cremer of Hopping Green & Sams in Tallahassee spoke at the National Conference of Forest Landowners about legal developments affecting forest landowners and consultants nationwide. Edward Canterbury of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt in Ft. Myers has been appointed to the Red Cross Philanthropy Committee for Lee and Collier counties. Julio C. Jaramillo of Miami was appointed second vice president of The Florida Bar Foundation Kelly A. Zarzycki of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick in Tampa received the Hills-borough County Bar’s Outstanding Young Lawyer Award. Gary Farmer, Jr, of Farmer, Jaffe, Weissing, Edwards, Fistos & Lehrman spoke to students at Heron Heights Elementary School in Parkland on the importance of the Bill of Rights. Eduardo Palmer of Eduardo Palmer, P.A., in Coral Gables traveled with Gov. Rick Scott to Madrid, Spain, as part of a trade delegation of Florida business leaders and government officials. Sonny Holtzman of Miami has been appointed to the Intelligent Transportation Systems Program Advisory Committee and to the board of directors of the Center for Urban Transportation Research, based at the University of South Florida. James W. Middleton of Smith, Gambrell & Russell in Jacksonville was inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America. Bob de la Fuente of Tew Cardenas in Miami was appointed to Downtown Miami’s Property Incentives Committee. David W. Henry of Alvarez Sambol & Winthrop in Orlando, Lawrence M. Watson of Upchurch Watson White & Max in Maitland, and Bruce A. Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale presented a panel discussion about “Mediation Techniques and Update on Mediation Law” at the 16th Annual Florida Liability Claims Conference in Orlando. Mark Stein of Higer Lichter & Givner in Aventura discussed “Deadly Internet Sins” at the Social Media Strategies Summit in Miami. Jason Silver of Morris | Hardwick | Schneider in Miami was elected a director at-large of the Dade County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section. Edith Osman of Carlton Fields in Miami has joined the board of directors of Florida’s Children First. Grace H. Yang of GrayRobinson in Tampa was elected to the board of directors for the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Tampa Bay. Annabella Barboza of Phelan Hallinan in Ft. Lauderdale has been named to the board of directors of the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association . Slade V. Dukes of St. Petersburg was selected to serve on the Florida Office of the Attorney General’s Seniors vs. Crime Board. Tom Shults of Kirk-Pinkerton in Sarasota has been appointed to the Sarasota County Historical Commission. Dorothy Watson of Foley & Lardner in Orlando was honored with the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association’s New Attorney Award of Excellence for her commitment to pro bono work. Kristyne E. Kennedy of Cole, Scott & Kissane in Orlando was installed as the 79th president of the Orange County Bar Association. Michael Cohen, Florida Lawyers Assistance executive director, presented a panel discussion on “Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Attorney Impairment” at the ABA Equal Justice Conference in Jacksonville. Cohen also spoke at the Martin County and Indian River County bar associations on the “Role of Florida Lawyers Assistance in Addressing Impairment in the Legal Profession.” Lawrence G. Walters of Walters Law Group in Longwood presented “Advertising Best Practices for Online Gaming Sites” at the UNLV School of Law in Las Vegas. Keith Grossman of Grossman Law & Conflict Management in Ft. Myers was a guest on Bill Dueease’s blogtalk radio show “Go to Play Every Day and Call It Work.” Grossman discussed managing relationships, and specifically managing conflict, within the workplace as well as at home. Paul Siegel of Miami wrote an article on recently proposed private trial legislation which was published in the Daily Business Review. He also delivered a lecture on private trials at Daniels Kashtan Downs & Ormas in Miami. Shannon Hartsfield Salimone of Holland & Knight has written an article, “Inmates and Health Privacy: What the Corrections Industry Needs to Know About HIPAA,” published in the May/June 2012 issue of Correctional Health Care Report. Elizabeth Alt of Law Offices of Charles Ruse, Jr., in Ocala was named “Provisional of the Year” by the Junior League of Ocala. Joseph H. Serota of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske was recently named of counsel to the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. Brian R. Lambert of the Tampa office of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, and Christopher Z. Staine of the Sarasota office, presented Parts I and II of the ABC’s of Florida Construction Lien Law before the Associates Builders and Contractors. Tad Delegal of Jacksonville presented “Well, It’s Your Fault Anyway; The Insurance Industry’s Role in Attorney Overbilling, and Some Ideas to Address It,” at the annual meeting of the Association of Life Insurance Counsel in Sawgrass. Manuel Farach, of counsel with Richman Greer, has been named chair of the Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics. Mark Stein of Higer Lichter & Givner in Miami spoke on “Deadly Internet Sins” at the Social Media Strategies Summit in Chicago. Spencer Kuvin of Cohen & Kuvin in Delray Beach was appointed to the board of directors for the Hanley Center in West Palm Beach. Joe Sirven and Lily Vidal of Holland & Knight have written an article, “The Art of Lending on Art,” published by the American Bankers Association’s ABA Banking Journal in May. Barnaby L. Min, zoning administrator for the City of Miami, spoke at the Asian American Pacific Islander Celebration before the Miami Veterans’ Affairs Healthcare System. Arthur “Buddy” Jacobs of Jacobs Scholz & Associates in Fernandina Beach was honored with the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation’s Carl Weinhardt Award “recognizing his many achievements and leadership in state historic preservation arenas and his valuable service to the Florida trust for historic preservation.” Heather Siegel Miller, of the Miami and Boca Raton offices of Broad and Cassel, has been named to the board of directors of Spectrum Health, Inc,. Vicky Garcia-Toledo of Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod has been appointed chair of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Real Estate Committee. Jonathan P. Huels with Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando has been elected to the board of directors for the Christian Service Center. Mayanne Downs of GrayRobinson in Orlando was named to the University of Florida’s Law Center Association Board of Trustees. K. Tyler Hill of Hill Ward Henderson graduated from the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Tampa. August 1, 2012 News and Notes August 1, 2012 News & Noteslast_img read more

Master plan of tourism development of Osijek-Baranja County presented

first_imgThe final version of the Master Plan for Tourism Development for Osijek-Baranja County was presented at the Osijek County Hall. Prior to the adoption of the Master Plan by the County Assembly, a consultation process with the interested public was opened. The entire work of making the study cost HRK 349.000,00, and it was entrusted to the company Horwath & Horwath consulting Zagreb dooIt is a key document that has the task of setting long-term goals for tourism development. This document was made in three phases, and each phase was individually verified by the Council for Continental Tourism of Osijek-Baranja County. In the first phase of the project, the focus was on analysis and assessment of the situation. The second phase refers to the development of a tourism development strategy, while the third phase includes an investment plan, destination competitiveness development activities, a marketing and sales system development plan, and a time plan.As tourist attributes of Osijek-Baranja County, the master plan identified Kopački rit, rural households, wines and wine cellars, the Drava and the Danube, gastronomy, culture of abundance, plains, Đakovo and the state stud farm, and the city of Osijek. The master plan envisages focusing the county’s market offer on short breaks (enogastronomy, rural tourism, culture, events, selective forms of tourism), touring, health and wellness.This document envisages the division of Osijek-Baranja County into four experiential zones: Podravlje, Baranja, Osijek and Danube, and Đakovo region. Each experiential zone has its own slogan that has the ambition to define it in the shortest possible way. Thus, Baranja is the Pannonian joie de vivre, Đakovo – the Golden Embroidery of Culture and History, Osijek and the Danube – the city park of culture and entertainment, Podravlje – active and fun Podravlje. As key development projects of the private sector, the masterplan defines a golf resort, Slavonske dvore / Pannonian resort, health and wellness resort, two wine and wellness hotels, fisherman resort and glamping resort.Osijek, TvrđaPanoramic balloon Slavonia as a unique tourist attraction Key public sector projects are the Slavonia Panoramic Balloon, the Slavonia Interpretation and Visitor Center, the Urban Rehabilitation of the County’s Small Town Centers, the expansion of the Đakovo State Stud Farm, the improvement of river cruise infrastructure and the regional brown signaling system at the regional level.The masterplan envisages that Slavonski dvori / Pannonian resort will be located in an attractive location with an authentic Slavonian-Pannonian ambience and scenography, ie in an endless plain. Alternatively, the resort can be located along river banks or in less elevated locations overlooking the Pannonian plains and landscape. The wine hotel should be located within the vineyards or on a hill overlooking the vineyards. In other wine-growing regions, it is common practice for hotels to be located in vineyards.In case the Slavonia panoramic balloon project is realized, it would be a unique tourist attraction in the Republic of Croatia. Steel cables would raise and lower a balloon filled with helium, and a panoramic basket would have a capacity of 30 people.Author: Mario Jukićlast_img read more

Unique parapoxvirus found in 2 US deer hunters

first_img Though parapoxvirus infections in humans can mimic anthrax or localized orthopox virus infections, staining techniques can differentiate the viruses, and microscopic examination reveals the hallmark size and appearance of parapoxvirus, they noted. Epidemiologic and clinical clues include exposure to ruminants, a benign disease course, and the slow development of the lesion. Genetic analysis of amplified sequences from the two patients suggested they were part of the pseudocowpox virus clade, but unique from isolates from Asia, Europe, and the United States. Microscopic evaluation of both patients’ specimens revealed oval-shaped viruses that suggested parapoxvirus. Biopsy examination was similar for both patients, showing extensive epidermal hyperplasia and dilated vascular spaces lined with swollen endothelial cells and inflammatory-cell infiltrates in the stroma. Large eosinophilic inclusions in the cytoplasm of some keratinocytes stained intensely with antiparapoxvirus antibodies. The Virginia patient’s biopsy also showed a few areas of neutrophilic infiltrates mixed with necrotic cell debris between the dermis and epidermis. For both patients, universal “pan-pox” polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and parapoxvirus-specific real-time PCR testing confirmed the infections. The virus species has not been isolated in or shown to cause clinical illness in free-range white-tailed deer in the United States, they added. Deer-associated pseudocowpox viruses might have spilled over to deer species in the United States and Europe, with growing deer populations in the United States putting the animals in more frequent contact with cattle, the group wrote. In both cases, the hunters, one from Virginia and one from Connecticut, cut their fingers in November 2008 while field dressing deer that appeared healthy at the time of death, according to the researchers, who reported their findings in the Dec 30 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Jan 3, 2011 (CIDRAP News) – Two similar skin infections in hunters who field dressed white-tailed deer led to the identification of a new parapoxvirus, which can mimic other infections and lead to diagnostic delays, according to researchers from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Patients with parapoxvirus infections typically have a single lesion, developing over 4 to 8 weeks, that progresses through four stages—papule, vesicle, shallow annular ulcer, and scab—that heals with little or no scarring. The researchers noted that although parapoxvirus infections are a risk for farmers and others who have close contact with ruminants, human infections linked to deer species have rarely been reported—only three times previously in the United States. Roess AA, Galan A, Kitces E, et al. Novel deer-associated parapoxvirus infection in deer hunters. N Engl J Med 2010 Dec 30;363(27):2621-7 [Abstract] The clinical course was similar for both patients. About 7 weeks after the field dressing injury the hunters sought medical care for a nodule at the wound site that didn’t heal. In the case of the Virginia patient, doctors removed and biopsied the lesion, but it recurred about a month later. The Connecticut hunter was treated with antibiotics, and his doctors biopsied the lesion. In both instances, specimens were sent to the CDC for evaluation. Rising deer populations in the United States can increase human exposure to deer-related zoonotic infections, including rare ones such as parapoxvirus, which can be prevented by wearing protective equipment such as gloves when contacting the bodily fluids of the animals. Infections can recur, and smallpox vaccination doesn’t block parapoxvirus infection. The group noted that human infections are likely underreported, because many patients may not seek medical care because of the usually self-limited nature of the disease.last_img read more

CARICOM signs on to Mechanism of Montevideo in response to situation in Venezuela

first_img Tribute to Sir Everton Weekes: Climbing to the Top –… Statement by the Chair of the Caribbean Community The… The governments of Mexico, Uruguay and CARICOM, in response to the call of the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, agree that the most appropriate way to address the complex situation that prevails in Venezuela is through dialogue for a negotiation, from a position of respect for International Law and Human Rights. The historical stance of our countries is and will always be to privilege diplomacy over other alternatives, as it is the only way to achieve sustainable, legitimate and effective peace and stability. Therefore, we propose the Montevideo Mechanism, based on our legitimate interest and willingness to assist the Venezuelan people and the actors involved find a solution to their differences. This initiative is offered to the Venezuelan actors as a peaceful and democratic alternative that privileges dialogue and peace, with the aim to create all necessary conditions for an inclusive, comprehensive and lasting solution. This Mechanism, evidence of an active, proactive and conciliatory diplomacy to bring the disputing parties closer together,  avoid conflict and violence,  is guided by the principles of non-intervention, legal equality of the States, peaceful solution of the controversies, respect for human rights and self-determination. Jun 6, 2020 CARICOM Heads Meet Friday – Handover of Chairmanship to… You may be interested in… Jul 10, 2020 Based on the experience of the signatory countries in processes of mediation and peaceful conflict resolution, we propose to establish a four-phased process, which will develop during a reasonable period of time, previously agreed by the parties: Jun 30, 2020 Jul 2, 2020 Statement by the Chairman of the Caribbean Community… Dialogue Phase: Creating conditions for direct contacts among the actors involved, in an environment of security.Negotiation Phase: Strategic presentation of the results of the previous phase to the counterparts, seeking to find common ground and areas of opportunity to allow the relaxation of positions and identify potential agreements.Commitments Phase: Construction and subscription of agreements based on the results of the negotiation phase, with the characteristics and time-frame, previously agreed upon.Implementation Phase: Materialization of the commitments assumed in the previous phase with the international accompaniment. The subscribers of this statement agree that the complexity of the circumstances should not be a reason to dismiss the diplomatic channels for dispute settlement, and reiterate our decision to help restore the tranquility of the Venezuelan people, through dialogue and peace, reducing tensions between political forces and avoid the threat or use of force. Likewise, our governments reiterate their concern about the serious humanitarian situation and respectfully exhort all parties to guarantee the validity of the Human Rights and the freedoms established in the UN Charter, subscribed by Venezuela. This Mechanism is our proposal to guarantee a peaceful and democratic solution that prevents an escalation of violence. In the event that the parties decide to communicate, we would invite Mrs. Rebeca Grynspan, former Vice-President of Costa Rica and current Ibero-American Secretary General, Mr. Enrique Iglesias and Mr. Bernardo Sepúlveda, ex Foreign Ministers of Uruguay and Mexico, and Sir David Simmons, former Chief Justice of Barbados, as a high representative of CARICOM, personalities of recognized international experience and moral quality, to accompany this Mechanism. Montevideo, 6th of February, 2019. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… CARICOM-Mexico-Uruguay-led Conference on the Situation in Venezuela to be held Wednesday in MontevideoOPM, St.Kitts-Nevis  –  The Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) – Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis – and members of his delegation touched down early Tuesday morning in Montevideo, Uruguay, where a CARICOM-Mexico-Uruguay-led conference on the situation in Venezuela is set to…February 6, 2019In “Barbados”CARICOM Secretary-General meets Mexico’s Foreign MinisterIn the course of a short visit to Mexico on 7 March 2019, the CARICOM Secretary-General, H. E Irwin Larocque, pursued several areas of priority interest to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). His meeting with the Foreign Minister of Mexico, H.E. Marcelo Ebrard, facilitated a timely exchange of views on the…March 10, 2019In “CARICOM”PM Harris to lead CARICOM Delegation to Uruguay for International Conference on Venezuela(Press Secretary, St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister) The Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) – Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, the Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis – will lead a delegation to Uruguay, where an international conference focusing on the ongoing political upheaval in Venezuela is set…February 4, 2019In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApplast_img read more

Kontor poaches CBRE rising star

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Chart expand liquid cylinder repair capacity

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Chinese gas equipment manufacturers reflect on 2017

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Picture of the Day: Dhaka Dredging Moves Ahead

first_imgDhaka WASA Drainage (O&M) Circle has recently launched the Urban Dredging Demonstration Project (UDDP) as part of the Water Operators Partnership (WOP) between Dhaka WASA and Vitens Evides International (VEI).The launch is part of a recently started 10-year dredging program by Dhaka WASA to clean all canals in the capital of Bangladesh.[mappress mapid=”19095″]Press Releaselast_img