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Barbados: LIAT cost cuts inevitable

Barbados Today:-As regional airline LIAT prepares to embark on its latest cost cutting exercise in another week, Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy has suggested that there can be no...

UWI student stabbed on campus

Barbados Today:-A student of the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies was stabbed multiple times during an altercation with another student Tuesday evening. Police say 21-year-old...

Antigua: Board implements new policy for pesticide imports

Antigua Observer:-The Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board now has the staffing needed to implement an Act passed almost 10 years ago. Registrar Jonah Ormond said The Pesticides and Toxic...
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T&T: WhatsApp message creates panic

Trinidad Express:-A WhatsApp message yesterday caused panic among motorists who scampered to have their vehicles five years and older inspected. Police and Licensing officers said that motorists with vehicles five...

T&T: Soft drink sales in schools to be banned

Trinidad Express:-Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has announced that the sale of soft drinks in schools will be banned come April. Deyalsingh said this plan of action was a way to...

Antigua to offer kidney transplants to OECS

Antigua Observer:-The country’s Health Minister Molwyn Joseph said a plan is being formulated for Antigua & Barbuda to extend its kidney transplant services to other members of the Organisation...

Guyana: Soldiers charged with stealing milk, butter

Demerara Waves (Feb 20, 2017):-Three GDF officers were today granted $50,000 bail by city Magistrate Leron Daly when they were charged with stealing up to $211,000 in milk and...

Antigua: No suspects in killing of visually impaired man

Antigua Observer:-Lawmen still have no suspects in connection with the country’s second homicide for 2017, Almack “Jahute” Lambert of Nut Grove. Lambert, who was visually impaired died after being shot...

US President calls T&T Prime Minister

Trinidad Express:-WITH the deadline date for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) drawing nearer in Trinidad and Tobago comes word that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley held discussions...

Jamaica: Bikers putting pressure on health system

Jamaica Observer:-SENIOR Medical Officer (SMO) at the Savanna-La-Mar Public General Hospital in Westmoreland, Dr Alfred Dawes, is calling for a crackdown on illegal bike riders who he says are...