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Minister's Resignation Could Test Haiti's Nascent Tourism Growth | TravelPulse

Saturday’s resignation of Laurent Lamothe, Haiti’s prime minister, is not expected by most observers to halt the country’s growing profile as a leading Caribbean tourism destination, an aim the former prime minister had been instrumental in implementing in recent years.But his absence may leave a void as a key supporter of Haiti’s emerging leisure travel industry has left the government.Lamothe announced his resignation in a television address that followed the release of a report commissioned by Michael Martelly, Haiti’s president. 49 more words

Haiti

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Makes Its Grand Re-Opening in New York City

The old and the new crash into each other beautifully in the former Carnegie mansion

TEXT AND PICTURE FROM SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE DATED: DECEMBER 12 2014 BY JIMMY STAMP… 195 more words

How to make personal injury claims?

If you have been involved in an accident with no fault of yours but someone else’s due to negligence or any other plausible reason, this creates a case of personal injury. 289 more words

Staines Solicitors

TGIF- No cap and trade still need regulations and tarriff

Free trade has been a world opener for us in Canada however it has also brought with it a lot of unpleasentness that we Canadians could have avoided. 555 more words

Enterprize

The science of why magazines are always out of date in GPs waiting rooms

TEXT AND PICTURE FROM TELEGRAPH, UK DATED: DECEMBER 12 2014 BY SARAH KNAPTON

It is a curious phenomenon that magazines in doctor’s waiting rooms are always out of date. 100 more words

Is Part-Timing A Bad Thing?

 

The unfortunate truth nowadays is that there are more part-time jobs than full-time jobs available, but is this really a bad thing or simply a change in how humans will work? 517 more words

Business

LSE Art Exhibition Installation on Consumerism

Consumerism affects us all, on a day to day basis we are always looking for that great deal on the new product that most of the time we don’t even need, this then turns us into vindictive creatures always grabbing at the shelves to buy the next product at the cheapest face value to make ourselves happy. 76 more words

Photography