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NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR CTO SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AWARDS 2017 ~ Awards to be presented in six categories; deadline for entries is Friday 24 March, 2017 ~ Amanda Charles BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, 5 December, 2016 - The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is rewarding destinations in the region that are demonstrating that sustainable tourism products and services are [More]
The legal argument over Brexit continues. Judges will decide if MPs should get a say on when the UK leaves the EU. Watch live on day two of the Government's appeal at the Supreme Court. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on Twitter: and Like us on Facebook: For more content [More]
Actress Vanessa Redgrave has directed her first film, Sea Sorrow, which shows the desperate reality of the migration crisis in Europe. She joined the Sunrise team to talk about the film. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on Twitter: and Like us on Facebook: For more content go to and download [More]
The "Big Six" energy companies are meeting at Westminster to discuss what they can do to help people struggling to pay their bills. The meeting comes as a charity warns more than half of people on fuel poverty are unaware of financial support that may be available to them. Harriet Hadfield reports. SUBSCRIBE to our [More]
National Focus for Monday December 5th, 2016 with Shaakira Pierre, Kerdisha St. Louis and Mc Pherson St. Luce. In the headlines…Prime Minister Skerrit congratulates 134 awarded retirees and Venezuela’s Miracle Mission makes its first trip to Dominica.
A court case that will decide the future of the UK and the EU: A legal challenge to Brexit argued that Theresa May cannot trigger Article 50 without MPs voting on the issue. The High Court ruled in favour of that challenge. Now the Government is appealing to the Supreme Court. Watch live on Sky [More]
A government review has warned that Britain is becoming more divided as the country grows more diverse. The report says school children should be taught British values of tolerance and respect, to help bind communities. Our Correspondent Lisa Holland went Oldham to examine the scale of the problem. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more [More]
National Focus for Friday December 2nd, 2016 with Kerdisha St. Louis and Mc Pherson St. Luce. In the headlines…Dominica and Ecuador sign visas waiver agreement, Dominica holds memorial service to celebrate the life of Fidel Castro, and several public officers to be recognized at the public service day awards ceremony on Friday.
Antigua and Barbuda celebrates historic arrival of the MS Anthem of the Seas Photo Caption: Royal Caribbean International’s ‘MS Anthem of the Seas’ on its inaugural entry into Antigua and Barbuda St. John’s, Antigua (December 2, 2016) – One of the largest cruise vessels in the world, and the largest [More]
UKIP's new leader Paul Nuttall says he can win Labour voters over to his Party. Labour MP Angela Eagle spoke on Sky News' Murnaghan programme, explaining no MP should take their seat for granted. Eagle was also asked whether her view had changed about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more [More]