Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Barbados Today:-Crews from the Ministry of Transport & Works and C.O Williams Construction Company got down to the business of repairing gaping potholes, which made worst by heavy rains last December. Busy thoroughfares in Waterford, Warrens and on University Hill...
Nationnews.com:-GRAPHIC IMAGES showing the harmful side effects of smoking could soon be coming to local cigarette boxes. Word of this has come from Minister of Health John Boyce who said the new move would be the topic at the ministry’s...
Jamaica Observer:-The head of the Accompong Maroons in St Elizabeth wants convicted murderers to be place before a firing squad and shot within seven days of their conviction. Colonel Fearon Williams, who on Friday stated his interest in becoming the...
U.S. Coast Guard News Room: SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Coast Guard is searching for a passenger from the MSC Divina cruise ship, who is suspected of going overboard early Monday morning in waters north of Aguadilla, Puerto...
Jamaica Observer:-A severe shortage of specialist nurses and intensive care unit (ICU) beds yesterday forced the University Hospital of West Indies (UHWI) to cancel all major surgeries that were planned for the day. The revelation was made by the hospital’s...
Jamaica Observer:-National Security Minister Robert Montague is promising that the country will see fundamental changes in the Government’s fight against crime during the course of 2017. Montague, who was speaking at the annual devotion service of the Jamaica Constabulary Force...
Barbados Today:-The Central Bank of Barbados is issuing yet another warning of the need for further “painful” fiscal measures to stave off currency devaluation. In his January economic letter released on the bank’s website Wednesday, Governor Dr Delisle Worrell said...
Jamaica Observer: ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica — The Manchester-based pastor who was charged with rape and having sexual knowledge of a person under 16 has been offered bail in the sum of J$800,000 with one or two sureties. Robert Clarke, 64,...
AFP:-Jovenel Moise won Haiti's presidential elections with 55.6 percent of the first round vote held on November 20, according to official results released Tuesday. The announcement by Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council puts an end to a protracted electoral process that...
Antigua Observer:-The negotiating team of the Antigua & Barbuda Union of Teachers (A&BUT) is in the process of finalising what has been described as a sound proposal to be presented to government for salary increases, among other benefits. This is...