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CIBC FirstCaribbean has adopted the Pediatric Ward of the Soufriere Hospital

CIBC FirstCaribbean has adopted the Pediatric Ward of the Soufriere Hospital as part of its 2014 Adopt-a-Cause Programme. The program has over the years contributed towards the work of a number of local community groups that add value to the lives of the elderly and youth on island. The annual Adopt-a-Cause Programme is a community-focused programme spearheaded by the bank’s employees, who identify and select organizations within their communities that can benefit from a helping hand.  Read more...

Nine of St. Lucia’s hotels claim top spots in world luxury travel

St. Lucia continues to receive high accolades for its thriving tourism sector and its hotels have continuously been ranked as some of the finest in the Caribbean. Nine of St. Lucia’s hotels have claimed spots in the luxury travel ideas and guides and UK’s leading travel magazine – Condé Nast Traveler- 50 Best Resorts in the Caribbean: Readers’ Choice Awards 2014.  Read more...

Four suspected Ebola cases in Spain test negative

Four suspected Ebola cases admitted to hospitals in Spain have tested negative for the virus in the initial rounds of tests, authorities have said. A passenger on an Air France flight arriving at Madrid’s airport was taken to hospital after he reported a fever and began trembling during the flight. He had travelled from Lagos, Nigeria to Madrid via Paris. He was brought to Madrid’s designated centre for treating Ebola patients in the city. Another man, who had later travelled in the ambulance that carried Ebola patient Teresa Romero Ramos last week, was also admitted to the hospital after reporting a fever.  Read more...

Trinidad is maintaining a ban on travelers from Nigeria

Trinidad and Tobago says it is maintaining a ban on travelers from Nigeria entering the country even though the World Health Organization (WHO) Monday declared the African country free of the deadly Ebola virus that has killed nearly 5,000 people. The decision of the Cabinet would stand until further notice as the Prime Minister said,” Health Minister Dr. Fuad Khan said, hinting at the possibility of relaxing the stringent rules. Read more...

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