Tag archive for ‘Caribbean’
By news On Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

FIFA begin talks on ambitious new competitions

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ZURICH (Reuters) – FIFA began talks on Monday over two new proposed competitions which could reshape international soccer and be worth billions More...

By news On Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

WEATHER WARNING: 2018 hurricane season to be MORE ACTIVE than devastating 2017 | Science | News

According to research from Colorado State University university, there is a 63 percent chance that a major hurricane – category three or higher – will hit the east coast of the US this year and a 52 percent More...

By news On Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Viral video shows cruise ship crash into Caribbean port breaking it | Travel News | Travel

A viral video has shown the moment a cruise ship fails to park properly when docking at a port in the Caribbean as part of its seven-day journey. The video, filmed earlier this week on April 10, shows the MSC Armonia More...

By news On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Vascular dementia: Get these in check to help prevent the disease | Health | Life & Style

Vascular dementia usually occurs over the age of 65 and is caused by reduced blood flow to the brain, which damages and then eventually kills the brain cells. This occurs after a stroke or series of mini-strokes, More...

By news On Sunday, March 4th, 2018

Caribbean holidays 2018: Time to take to the seas with a chilled cruise | Cruise | Travel

GETTY Caribbean cruising is the perfect solution to current British conditions I ask myself this while strutting my stuff in a pink catsuit to the strains of Super Trouper. And the answer, it seems, More...

By news On Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Cuban artist switches Havana’s neon lights back on

HAVANA (Reuters) – After dusk in Havana, an ice-blue neon sign illuminates the faded facade of the Cine El Megano, one of many abandoned movie houses in the Cuban capital, lighting up a once vibrant corner More...

By news On Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

How to live longer: Why moving to a hot country could increase your life expectancy | Health | Life & Style

The UK is famous for its grey, rainy days as well as boasting a lifestyle that never stops with people hardly ever taking time to focus on their health and wellbeing.  For many years brits have been emigrating More...

By news On Monday, January 29th, 2018

Two earthquakes strike Atlantic – tsunami info issued for South Africa | World | News

The two earthquakes struck in the same region of the coean around 1300 miles from the southern coast of South Africa. The first struck at 2.03pm GMT and registered 6.5.  The US tsunami warning centre said there More...

By news On Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Caribbean earthquake: TSUNAMI threatens Puerto Rico, Cuba and Mexico | World | News

Multiple tsunami warnings have been issued for hurricane devastated islands of Puerto Rico, the British and US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cuba and Nicaragua. The advisory of a “potential threat” has also More...

By news On Saturday, January 6th, 2018

Ali Campbell: ‘We went to Jamaica as soon as we could’ | Travel News | Travel

WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE HOLIDAY?  I spend my life on holiday. My most memorable one would be the first time I went to Jamaica in 1981.  As a reggae band we went there as soon as we could. We had some time More...