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Antigua: Royal snub for local media

Antigua Observer:-Much like when then British Prime Minister David Cameron refused to grant interviews during a 2015 visit to the Caribbean,  Prince Harry is poised to do the same...

Barbados: Cholera concerns dismissed

Barbados Today:-Minister of Health John Boyce has scoffed at the “silly reference” to a risk of possible outbreaks of cholera and other water-borne diseases in parishes, including St Joseph,...

Grenada: Former Prime Minister dies

CMC News:-Former prime minister Nicholas Brathwaite, who served as the head of government following the United States invasion of the island in 1983, has died. He was 91. Brathwaite, who...

Caricom states should embrace all regional travellers ?

Antigua Observer:-Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett has described as “unfortunate” the unwillingness of Caricom territories to embrace the travel rights of Jamaicans. In an exclusive interview with OBSERVER media,...

Barbados: Case against Rastafarians dismissed

Barbados Today:-The case against a Rastafarian couple who had been found guilty of failing to send their children to school took a dramatic twist today when Magistrate Douglas Frederick...

Antigua: Lack of forgiveness blamed for divorce rate

Antigua Observer:- Head of the Evangelical Association in Antigua & Barbuda, Bishop Stephen Andrews has said lack of forgiveness could be the underlying factor behind the latest report that suggests...

Cameron confident of Windies women

CMC News:-KINGSTON, Jamaica – West Indies Cricket Board president, Dave Cameron, has backed the women’s side to easily qualify for next year’s World Cup in England, despite their recent...

Cuban shoppers helping Guyana economy

Demerara Waves:-The steady flow of nearly 1,000 Cubans coming to Guyana every week to shop mainly clothing is being widely hailed as good for this South American country’s economy...

Barbados teachers to adopt new militant approach

Barbados Today:-The Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) has issued a stern warning to the Ministry of Education that it was abandoning its compliant and tolerant method for a more...

Guyana: Police upset over bail for serious crimes

Demerara Waves:-The judicial system is insensitive in granting bail to defendants who are charged with committing serious crimes, Acting Police Commissioner David Ramnarine said. He argued that bail should be a...