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Weather Conditions And Climate Change

The long term average for the Atlantic basin is 12 named storms for the entire hurricane season, and with the 13th named storm forming over the weekend, one local government minister says the effects of climate change cannot be denied.

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CARICOM Delegation Visits Bahamas And TCI

Chairman of CARICOM Dr. Keith Mitchell and Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin Larocque led a delegation to Turks & Caicos Islands and the Bahamas on Friday and Saturday, for a first-hand view of damage from hurricane Irma.

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Fishermen On Shore

Inclement weather leaves fishermen without a livelihood for a couple of days. They say this is what they do to feed their families, however this is the work of the almighty and they just have to wait until the raging seas subsides.

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PWU Calls For Improvements At The Mt. Gay Hospital

Public Relation Officer of the Public Workers Union Brian Grimes says the general dilapidated condition and staffing at the Mt. Gay hospital remains the same and believes the government must step to the plate to address those issues. Grimes says ...

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Heavy Flooding Affects The Distribution Of Aid Relief

Now that assessments have been carried out in some if not all of the hurricane affected countries, regional and international aid has started flowing in. Services in some areas have been restored as the islanders pull themselves to recovery.

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