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Police, NOW warn women about possible date rape

Barbados Today:-The Royal Barbados Police Force (RBPF) has joined the woman’s advocacy group, the National Organization of Women (NOW), in issuing a strong warning to women and girls who...

CARICOM Chair congratulates Caribbean athletes, extends gratitude to Usain Bolt

CARICOM Today:-Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Dr. the Rt. Hon Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada, has extended congratulations to all the athletes who participated in the World Championships...

Electronic monitoring for persons under restraining order

Jamaica Gleaner:-The Government is to introduce electronic monitoring of persons subjected to restraining orders. National Security Minister Robert Montague says discussions are underway with a supplier to procure the equipment. Montague says the...

6 bodies recovered after boat overturns off Haiti

(AP) - Authorities in Haiti say at least six people drowned and about 10 are missing after a boat overturned off the northern coast. Local Civil Protection agency representative Jose...

Dominican stowaway found on Miami flight

(AP) -  Authorities say a stowaway on a flight from the Dominican Republic to Miami was spotted emerging from the plane’s wheel well and sent back home. U.S. Customs and...

Guyana: 11 held after escape from juvenile correctional centre

Stabroek News:-Eleven residents of the juvenile correctional centre at Onderneeming on the Essequibo Coast were apprehended between yesterday and this morning. The police said that at about 5.15 pm yesterday,...

PM rejects opposition call for fixed elections date

Antigua Observer:-There will be no change to the Constitution of Antigua & Barbuda to allow for a fixed date for general elections if it is not a demand of...

Guyanese march against homosexuality

Guyana Chronicle:-THE Linden-based ‘Come As You Are Ministries’ on Saturday hosted a march against the legalising of homosexuality, which saw the participation of hundreds of followers of the religious...

Guyana: House collapse kills girl, 12

Stabroek News:-A 12-year-old girl is now dead, while her brother narrowly escaped a similar fate yesterday after their aunt’s La Bonne Intention (LBI), East Coast Demerara house, which they...

Antigua reduces CIP processing fees

Antigua Observer:-The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the country’s Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) said the processing fees across all the investment options for the programme have been reduced. At...