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Musical Heritage is key for Georgia, a state known for greats from Luke Bryan to James Brown, and they're looking for a passionate music fan to explore its vibrant music scenes and bring them to life via social media in it's #GeorgiaMusic Backstage Pass Contest. The contest will showcase Georgia's deep-rooted musical history and highlight music-focused experiences through Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and the ExploreGeorgia.org blog.

As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary this August with a series of activities and events taking place across the continent, including National Park Week taking place from 16-24 April during which visitors can explore the dedicated landscapes under free admission, take a look at Colorado's four stunning national parks by numbers.

The first ever Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) undertaken in the English-speaking Caribbean region has been completed at leading tertiary care hospital Health City Cayman Islands. The complex cardiac procedure was performed successfully last month on local Cayman Islands patient Dianna Merren by Health City's Senior Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist Dr. Ravi Kishore and Senior Cardiac Surgeon Dr. Binoy Chattuparambil.

As the Trinidad and Tobago film industry continues to thrive, the beautiful twin island Republic is thrilled to announce that Trafficked, the award winning film from Trinidad and Tobago will make its European Premiere at the 13th Festival International du Film PanAfricain de Cannes from April 16-20, 2016.

Saba is well-known in the UK as a TV personality, having co-presented the BBC Big Cat Diary series with Jonathan Scott and Simon King. Her latest BBC series, This Wild Life, following her family at their safari camp in Samburu, Elephant Watch Camp, aired in September time. Saba is a life-long conservationist and award-winning film-maker. She speaks with great conviction about wildlife conservation and has an in depth knowledge about Africa and its wildlife, especially elephants.

Irwin Mitchell has provided support for an inspirational project aimed at supporting clinicians in Bangladesh to increase the quality of treatment provided to patients suffering with acquired brain injuries. Clinicians on the ground in Bangladesh encounter various issues which impede the swift identification, treatment and rehabilitation of acquired brain injuries. 

Internationally recognised artist Bruce Munro's immersive installation Field of Light Uluru opens today, 1 April 2016, at Ayers Rock Resort in the spiritual heart of Australia. In keeping with the desert's vast scale this is Munro's largest work to date, more than 50,000 slender stems crowned with radiant frosted-glass spheres over an area the size of four football fields. It is also the artist's first work to be illuminated through solar power.

I must express my appreciation to the members of the Jamaica Diaspora Education Task Force, the Jamaica Teachers’ Association and other members of the Organizing Committee, for inviting me to participate in this Second Advancement in Education Summit. Today’s event feels particularly special to me, as it is my first official engagement in my  capacity as Minister with responsibility for Diaspora Affairs.

Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) and Google have partnered to enable users around the world to discover on the Internet 255 kms of trails and paths of this diverse and scenic island. Viewers will have the opportunity to admire the landscapes, one more incredible than the next. Most of the hiking and cycling trails are located in the heart of Reunion National Park which is a registered World Heritage site recognized by UNESCO.

Fairbanks is the home of the 2016 World Ice Art Championships, the largest ice sculpting competition in the world. Held annually since 1988, the World Ice Art Championships has grown to a month-long event featuring more than 90 teams from around the world. Approximately 45,000 visitors come to the ice art park to watch sculptors work around the clock to turn solid blocks of ice into art.

Electronic tourist visas (e-TVs) will be extended to citizens of 37 more countries from Friday, taking the total number to 150. The new additions are Albania, Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cape Verde, Comoros, Cote d’lvoire, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Eritrea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Iceland, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Moldova, Namibia, Romania, San Marino, Senegal, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Swaziland, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Trinidad & Tobago, Zambia and Zimbabwe, an official statement said.

Having seen their village smashed by the winds of Cyclone Winston, the people of Soso on Naviti Island in the Yasawas gathered in the Methodist church and thanked God for their salvation. As they lifted up their voices in wonderful songs of praise it was hard to believe that less than a week earlier the roar of 300km/h winds would have drowned them out.

There is a total solar eclipse due to occur in 2017, and there is no better way to see it than on an American tour, enabling travellers to view this spectacle of Mother Nature from superb locations including Yellowstone National Park. Tours such as Historic Route 66, Best of the West and the Yellowstone Ranch & Tetons will all offer departures positioning groups into the most spectacular locations to witness the 21 August 2017 phenomenon.