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Antigua: PM’s cash payout to kids under fire

Antigua Observer:-Several persons have publicly voiced their disapproval of the what they view was bad judgement by Prime Minister Gaston Browne when he distributed cash to Grade Six students...

Antigua: Former guest could sue hotel over injury

Antigua Observer:-Jolly Beach Resort & Spa could be facing a lawsuit if it fails to respond “favourably” to complaints made by a British man who claims that what appeared to...

T&T: Girl kidnapped by Facebook ‘friend’

Trinidad Express:-MISSING for more than two weeks, 15-year-old Melissa Samlal has contacted her mother, telling a scary story of being taken to an unknown location by a woman she...

Jamaica: Delinquent public servants fined

Jamaica Observer:-THE Corruption Prevention Commission (CPC) says that between its inception in 2001 and March 2016, it has reported 1,164 delinquent public servants to the Director of Public Prosecutions...
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Antigua: Suspected suicide on cruise ship

Antigua Observer:-A young crew member aboard the Costa Magica vessel which was docked at Heritage Quay pier was found hanging in his cabin yesterday afternoon, police confirmed. The dishwasher who...

Jamaica: Homosexual accuses police of discrimination

Jamaica Observer:- A self-confessed homosexual, who is also an AIDS patient, yesterday complained in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court that the police are discriminating against him because of...

Bolt wins Sportsman of the Year

Jamaica Observer:-Usain Bolt was named 2017 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year at a ceremony in Monaco yesterday. Bolt, who successfully defended his Olympic 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay titles...

Barbados bears down on tax cheats

Barbados Nation:-GOVERNMENT is trying to arrest the mischief of individuals selling properties and then absconding without settling their tax obligations. But Minister of Industry Donville Inniss has said other law...

Antigua: Police concerned about social media misuse

Antigua Observer:-The police are urging residents to be responsible when posting on social media, especially when the information has not been confirmed. The warning came after some relatives and friends...

Barbados: Rush for dog licences after mauling death

Barbados Today:-There has been a rush by Barbadians to have their dogs licensed since retired nurse Verona Gibson was mauled to death by a pack of canines, including pit...