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MESSAGE ON WORLD DIABETES DAY

Monday 14th November, This year’s World Diabetes Day comes at a time of unprecedented international action to confront this and other non-communicable diseases.

Just two months ago, the United Nations General Assembly held its first-ever High-level Meeting on the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases, producing a strong Political Declaration with time-bound commitments. Among these was a pledge to make it possible for more people to get quality medicines for diagnosing and treating diabetes by the year 2013.

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JINGLE ALL THE WAY TO MANGO BAY BARBADOS, ENJOY 'BOOK SEVEN, PAY FIVE' PROMOTION

HOLETOWN, Barbados (Nov. 10, 2011) - Vacationers can stuff their stockings early this year with two free nights at the boutique, all-inclusive, Mango Bay Resort (www.MangoBayBarbados.com) in Barbados through the "Book Seven, Pay Five" promotion.  This offer is valid on new reservations made by Dec. 9, 2011 for travel Dec. 10 - 24, 2011.

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CLUB INTERVAL GOLD POINTS TO INCREASED SALES

Miami, FL, November 9, 2011 - Interval International, a prominent worldwide provider of vacation services and an operating business of Interval Leisure Group (Nasdaq: IILG), has exceeded expectations with Club Interval GoldSM, a points-based exchange and membership program designed specifically for owners of fixed- or floating-week timeshares. Since the spring launch, 16 resort developer clients, representing 25 timeshare resorts, are selling the program and reporting measurable sales increases.

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BIM VENTURES ENTREPRENEUR EXPANDING BUSINESS IN CARIBBEAN

BARBADOS (November 9, 2011) - Determined to make La Rosa Couture Inc. synonymous with leadership in the region's garment manufacturing industry, Barbadian entrepreneur Rozana Moseley is living her dream and loving it.

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WINDIES CRICKET TEAM IN “HIGH SPIRITS”, SAYS WICKETKEEPER DENESH RAMDIN

Friday, October 28th 2011 – Kingston, Jamaica: It has been a good week for the West Indian cricket team. Currently touring Bangladesh where they drew in the first Test – despite bad weather delaying play - and are preparing for the second Test to begin tomorrow in Dakha. Speaking ahead of the second Test, West Indies wicketkeeper, Denesh Ramdin, spoke exclusively to www.digicelcricket.com about the team’s feelings on the Series so far, their hopes for Test Matches to come, and his own personal joy at being back with the Windies.

“The series has been really good so far,” he said, sounding upbeat.

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