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The Russia/Ukraine conflict and Caribbean food security

[ad_1] With several Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries now having openly admitted that the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will impact – to an extent that is still unclear – on the food security of the region, the question arises once again as to whether the region, as a whole, does not continue to ‘play […]

Sunday League 50-over tourney bowls off on Sunday

[ad_1] Sports Jelani Beckles 8 Hrs Ago Two additional positive test results within the Ireland cricket team has forced the postponement of the second One Day International against West Indies. – SUREASH CHOLAI THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Cricket Board Sunday League Premiership I 50-over tournament will bowl off with four matches being played, on Sunday. […]

Cryptocurrency a ‘double-edged sword’ in Ukraine-Russia war, experts say – National

[ad_1] Cryptocurrency has emerged as a “double-edged sword” in the war between Russia and Ukraine, but experts say it’s more likely to support citizens on both sides of the conflict than help oligarchs and other officials skirt economic sanctions. The invasion of Ukraine, now stretching into its second week, has spawned western sanctions directed at […]

Andrew Myrie invests almost US$300,000 into dream studio | Entertainment

[ad_1] With almost $45 million riding on his latest investment, chief executive officer of the label formerly called UIM Records, Andrew Myrie, is optimistic about the prospects. “I dedicated approximately 12 years of my music production career to UIM. I am looking at it like a previous catalogue and looking at the studio I have […]

Bonner, Holder earn West Indies tense draw

[ad_1] NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – The unflappable Nkrumah Bonner once again proved he was worth his weight in gold, combining with all-rounder Jason Holder to nullify England’s attack and secure West Indies a draw on a compelling final day of the opening Test here yesterday. Arriving at the crease half-hour before tea when West […]

'Power partnerships'

[ad_1] IN the past year we’ve witnessed everything from border closures to staffing shortages push supply chains to breaking point – patterns of demand have changed, container costs have increased and backlogs developed. While the pandemic has created much of the disruption, ongoing environmental changes, economic volatility, political uncertainty and now the crisis in Ukraine […]