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St. Kitts and Nevis pursues strategy towards poverty eradication

St. Kitts and Nevis pursues strategy towards poverty eradication

OECS Media Release: Thursday, December 21, 2017 — The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis launched their Enhanced Country Poverty Assessment (CPA), under the theme Assessing the level of progress made towards...

Karate champ fined $45,000

Trinidad Guardian:-A South Korean style taekwondo champion was yesterday fined $45,000 after he pleaded guilty to possession of over one kilogramme of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. Leigh Young...

Prisoner on terror charge for alleged threat to kill Guyana President

Demerara Waves:-A prisoner, who allegedly called 911 and threatened to kill President David Granger when he us released, was Wednesday arraigned on a terror charge. Aleem Ally, 22, was charged...

Four charged with stealing gold from woman’s mouth

Trinidad Express:-FOUR people appeared in court on Monday charged with a string of robberies including stealing gold teeth caps and prayer books from a woman. Sanitation worker Maxine Marshall, her...

BVI paying St Lucia to house prisoners

St Lucia is reportedly receiving USD$13, 000 per month to house the 21 inmates transferred to the island from the British Virgin Islands in September. Myron Walwyn, the Minister responsible...

New Zealand beats West Indies by 5 wickets in 1st ODI

(AP) — Doug Bracewell took Chris Gayle's wicket with his first delivery for New Zealand in 16 months, helping the home side to a five-wicket win over the West...
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CCJ Increases Accessibility with the Use of Technology

PRESS RELEASE: CCJ, Port of Spain. As stated in its mission statement, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) strives to operate with “accessibility, fairness, efficiency and transparency”. These goals...
Isabel de Caires (right), Associate Director, Investment Banking CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank with Raymond Campbell Partner, Advisory, KPMG at the Caribbean Infrastructure Forum

CIBC FirstCaribbean Leading Charge in Building Resilience, Infrastructure Development in Caribbean

PRESS RELEASE: Kingston, Jamaica. 15th  December, 2017 – The extremely active 2017 hurricane season and the devastation of several Caribbean islands by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017,...

Ninjaman gets life, 25 years before parole

Jamaica Observer:- (Dec 18, 2017) KINGSTON, Jamaica — Veteran Dancehall deejay Ninjaman was a short while ago given a life sentence in the Home Circuit Court for the March...

Bomb scare triggers lost revenue

Antigua Observer:-The Customs and Excise Division, along with numerous businesses located between Long and Thames Streets, were left counting their losses late Monday after they were forced to close...