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PM Stuart: Crime solutions on the way!

Barbados Today:-Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has called on Barbadians to exercise patience in the wake of increasing crime, saying a series of measure to tackle the scourge will be...

Antigua: Police to take a stronger stance on crime in 2018

Antigua Observer:-The police high command will be taking a “more aggressive” approach to crime-fighting this year after an alarming homicide rate in 2017. The acting head of the Criminal...

Flow Backs Men’s Volleyball World Qualifiers

PRESS RELEASE:-Castries, Saint Lucia, August 9, 2017 – This week, the Saint Lucia men’s national volleyball team will be taking its first step towards qualifying for the 2018 FIVB World Championships. Saint...

Buggery Law splits church in Jamaica

Caribbean 360:-KINGSTON, Jamaica, Monday July 31, 2017 – There’s a divide in the church in Jamaica over the decriminalization of buggery, and it has prompted the Jamaica Council of Churches...

Guyana: Head of SWAT team under close arrest for large quantity of whiskey

Demerara Waves:-The Commander of the Guyana Police Force’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT ) Unit on Sunday remained under close arrest in connection with the seizure of 30 cases...

Screaming visitor off to jail

Barbados Nation: WITH SCREAMS OF “I don’t deserve to go to jail. Take care of meh pickney dem”, Brittany Hiki Edwards was remanded to HMP Dodds for 28 days. The...

Antigua and Barbuda denies PetroCaribe suspension

CMC:- ST JOHN’S – The Gaston Browne led administration has dispelled as “fake news” a report that Venezuela will be discontinuing the sale of petroleum products under the PetroCaribe agreement...

Suspect in Jamaica quadruple murder killed by cops

Jamaica Observer:-  SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland — One of the suspects in last week's bloodbath that left three brothers and one of their spouses dead was killed during a gunfight with the...

Jamaicans invest heavily in quest to reach U.S

Jamaica Observer:-Jamaicans paid over $5 billion in non-immigrant visa fees to the United States Government last year, based upon a calculation of data provided by the US Embassy in...

Barbados: Consumers will not pay for fuel hedging

Barbados Today:-The island’s sole power company has failed in its attempt to have consumers pay for its fuel hedging, an arrangement that would allow the company to establish a...