ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Kyle Maloney Of Tech Beach Retreat Ltd – Trinidad & Tobago Express Newspapers
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Kyle Maloney Of Tech Beach Retreat Ltd – Trinidad & Tobago Express Newspapers

WHEN Kyle Maloney learned that he would be the recipient of the coveted Entrepreneurship award (sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Unit Trust Corporation) in the Chamber’s annual Champions of Business Awards, it did not come entirely as a surprise.Why? “Well, I always felt we had a good shot,” he says, “Tech Beach is the…

HEALTH NEWS: Texas Providers Show Increased Interest In Birth Control Since Near-Total Abortion Ban
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HEALTH NEWS: Texas Providers Show Increased Interest In Birth Control Since Near-Total Abortion Ban

HEALTH NEWS: In September, Texas’ near-total abortion ban was in effect. Planned Parenthood clinics across Texas began offering information to all patients who came in about Senate Bill 8. They also offer condoms, emergency contraception and two pregnancy tests. The plan is to distribute 22,000 “empowerment kits” this year. “We felt it was very important…

FRONT PAGE: Air Pollution Disproportionally Affects People Of Color, Lower-Income Residents In DC
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FRONT PAGE: Air Pollution Disproportionally Affects People Of Color, Lower-Income Residents In DC

Newswise — WASHINGTON—The rates of death and health burdens associated with air pollution are borne unequally and inequitably by people of color and those with lower household income and educational attainment in Washington, D.C., according to a new study.Air pollution is considered the leading environmental risk factor to health, and recent efforts have successfully brought…

BUSINESS: Oxygen Independence For Barbados And Improved Health Security
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BUSINESS: Oxygen Independence For Barbados And Improved Health Security

Bridgetown, Barbados, Nov. 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In the face of ongoing COVID-19 cases across the island, the Government of Barbados is partnering with the US Southern Command, World Hope International, the US Embassy in Barbados, MAP International, and LIFT to deliver a new oxygen generation system, 3 million USD in vital pharmaceutical drugs,…

FRONT PAGE: COP26 Climate Deal Negotiations: Live Updates – The Washington Post
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FRONT PAGE: COP26 Climate Deal Negotiations: Live Updates – The Washington Post

Here’s what to knowCOP26 President Alok Sharma said he intends to close the summit today. “What has been put forward here is a balanced package,” he said. “Everyone has had a chance to have their say, and I hope that colleagues will appreciate that what is on the table here, whilst not every aspect of…

BUSINESS: Intermountain Foundation Gifts $1.2 Million to Nonprofits To Provide In-Home Visits for New Moms and Young Kids in Weber County
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BUSINESS: Intermountain Foundation Gifts $1.2 Million to Nonprofits To Provide In-Home Visits for New Moms and Young Kids in Weber County

Salt Lake City, UT — (ReleaseWire) — 11/12/2021 –Intermountain Healthcare is joining with the nonprofit organizations Prevent Child Abuse Utah and the United Way of Northern Utah’s Welcome Baby Program to coordinate in-home visiting programs for at-risk moms and young children in Weber County — an effort funded in part by a $1.2 million gift…

RELIGION: “It would be Davi against Goliath”, says Moro when he promised to fight for Brazil and for Justice
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RELIGION: “It would be Davi against Goliath”, says Moro when he promised to fight for Brazil and for Justice

This Wednesday (10), the former minister and former judge Sergio Moro, participated in an event in Brasilia to formalize his affiliation to the Podemos party. The party that Moro joined has announced him as the “future president of the Republic”, so it is expected that next year, in 2022, he will run in the presidential…

ECONOMY: Dutch Government Orders Partial Lockdown Amid Rising COVID Cases – Al Jazeera English
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ECONOMY: Dutch Government Orders Partial Lockdown Amid Rising COVID Cases – Al Jazeera English

Caretaker PM says government wants to ‘deliver a hard blow to the virus’ as COVID-19 cases surge in the Netherlands.Caretaker Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced a three-week partial lockdown amid surging COVID-19 cases in the Netherlands, saying his government wants to “deliver a hard blow to the virus”. The lockdown that begins Saturday…

ECONOMY: Israeli Couple In Turkey Suspected Of Espionage, Court Extends Remand By 20 Days – The Times Of Israel
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ECONOMY: Israeli Couple In Turkey Suspected Of Espionage, Court Extends Remand By 20 Days – The Times Of Israel

A Turkish court on Friday extended by 20 days the remand of an Israeli couple detained for photographing the palace of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, with local authorities saying they suspected them of espionage, as the episode appeared to be expanding into a diplomatic spat between the frequently sparring allies. The Foreign Minister Yair Lapid…

INDIA NEWS: Can world’s climate target and India’s development coexist?
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INDIA NEWS: Can world’s climate target and India’s development coexist?

INDIA NEWS: GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — India faces a difficult choice that will have consequences for the world. No country’s energy needs are expectedto grow faster in coming decades than India’s. Even under the most optimistic projections, a part of the demand must be met by dirty coal power — a key source of heat…

AFRICA NEWS: Africa: Why taking climate action supports global health and saves money #AfricaClimateCrisis
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AFRICA NEWS: Africa: Why taking climate action supports global health and saves money #AfricaClimateCrisis

Cape Town – What does climate change have to do with health? It’s all in your head, if you think about it. A United Nations Environment Program report looked at how higher temperature in cities would affect the health of those who live there . Cities will become even hotter because heat islands are created…

AFRICA NEWS: South Africa: Green Business College Tackles Hunger, Unemployment
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AFRICA NEWS: South Africa: Green Business College Tackles Hunger, Unemployment

Johannesburg — Like many nations hit by COVID-19, South Africa has seen rising unemployment and hunger since the onset of the pandemic. The Green Business College is one school that’s addressing these issues innovatively. It gives people the skills they need to grow their own produce and make enough money to support their families as…

BUSINESS: Virginia Beach, VA Author Publishes Memoir
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BUSINESS: Virginia Beach, VA Author Publishes Memoir

A Time to Lead and a Time to Follow, a new book by Scott Espinda, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. I arrived in Virginia Beach, Virginia-from Oahu, Hawaii. My father just died. I wish I could tell you that the haunted memories I have of him finding me and carrying him on…

ARIZONA NEWS: This Is The Fastest Shrinking County In Arizona – Patch.com
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ARIZONA NEWS: This Is The Fastest Shrinking County In Arizona – Patch.com

Skip to main contentTempe, AZScottsdale, AZTucson, AZYuma, AZPalm Desert, CALas Vegas, NVRamona, CABanning-Beaumont, CASantee, CAPoway, CAArizonaTop National NewsSee All Communities2021-11-03 U.S. population growth slowed over the last decade to its lowest rate since the Great Depression. The U.S. population is aging rapidly. While baby boomers have started to hit retirement age, challenging economic circumstances have…

NEV NEWS: Child Tax Credits Brings Nevada Families More Than $600 Million Since July – ThisisReno
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NEV NEWS: Child Tax Credits Brings Nevada Families More Than $600 Million Since July – ThisisReno

by Jeniffer Solis, Nevada CurrentNovember 2, 2021 Nevada families have received more than $600 million from expanded child tax credit direct payments since the program began in July. In October, more than 590,000 children in Nevada benefited from the credits, according to data released by the U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service.  Nationwide, more than…

BUSINESS: Newborn Town, 2021 Is A Year Of Global Giving
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BUSINESS: Newborn Town, 2021 Is A Year Of Global Giving

Searching for your content… HONG KONG, Nov. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — As a global social networking company, Newborn Town Inc. (9911.HK) faces the unique and challenging responsibility of giving back in the dozens of markets worldwide where its products are popular or growing among mobile users. Southeast Asia is just one region where the firm envisions…

FRONT PAGES: Enhanced Therapeutic Food Improves Cognition In Malnourished Kids
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FRONT PAGES: Enhanced Therapeutic Food Improves Cognition In Malnourished Kids

Newswise — A nutritional supplement popular in the U.S. and added to some types of yogurt, milk and infant formula can significantly improve cognition in severely malnourished children, according to a study led by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.The researchers found that when the omega-3 fatty acid known as docosahexaenoic…

AFRICA NEWS: Swaziland: End for Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy?
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AFRICA NEWS: Swaziland: End for Africa’s Last Absolute Monarchy?

After months of chaos and bloodshed, eSwatini Deputy Premier Minister Themba Masuku conceded that the kingdom needs to urgently implement sweeping reforms. Legalbrief reports that activists don’t believe the government’s offer to talk is genuine. They claim King Mswati III is living a lavish lifestyle while ruling over one the poorest countries on the planet,…

AFRICA NEWS: Malawi: ‘Give Solutions, Not Broken Promises to the Poor’
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AFRICA NEWS: Malawi: ‘Give Solutions, Not Broken Promises to the Poor’

Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has asked the 120 world leaders gathered in Scotland attending a two-day Climate Change Summit in to give the poor people across the globe ‘concrete answers’ on what actions they will take to limit global warming in order to save the planet. Chakwera, speaking at the Conference of the Parties (CoP26)…

OREGON NEWS – How One Indigenous Person Keeps Oregon Symphony Organized
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OREGON NEWS – How One Indigenous Person Keeps Oregon Symphony Organized

This series focuses on different aspects of Oregon’s contemporary Tribal culture and explores how traditional ways of life have continued forward throughout colonization and settlement of Oregon. This collection of writings and interviews showcases the history and resiliency of Oregon’s First Peoples. In this piece Steph Littlebird, an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of…

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