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Digicel unites the Caribbean

Kingston, Jamaica – Wednesday 1st June 2016: Today, Usain Bolt, the fastest man alive, teamed up with Digicel to launch its Bring the Beat campaign in front of an...

T&T crime – No plans to dismiss Minister

Trinidad Express:- Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said he has no intention to dismiss National Security Minister Edmund Dillon, despite the escalating crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago. Speaking yesterday during...

Antigua: Residency permits to be issued

Antigua Observer:-The granting of temporary residency permits in Antigua & Barbuda, which was suspended in 2013, will be replaced by Residency Permits by the middle of June.” People who have...

Antigua: LIME Staff win court battle

Antigua Observer:-Six months after 13 LIME retail staff received letters of redundancy, the Industrial Court ruled yesterday that they were unfairly dismissed. Deputy General Secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda...
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CDB approves USD3.5 million grant to Haiti

May 24, 2016, BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – The Caribbean Development Bank’s (CDB) Board of Directors has approved a grant of USD3.5 million to pay Haiti’s catastrophe risk insurance premium for...

Gayle brags to female about his “big bat”

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) – Chris Gayle, the big-hitting batsman who sparked a sexism scandal after flirting with a female broadcaster on live television, fanned the flames again Saturday...

Maduro seeks Caribbean support

Trinidad Express:- FOUR months after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro declared the South American country in a “state of economic emergency”, the leader of Trinidad and Tobago's closest neighbour is turning...

Caribbean urged to help Venezuela

Antigua Observer:-Two Caribbean professionals are of the view that the Caribbean “has a duty” to extend some goodwill to Venezuela in its time of need. The suggestion from Management and...
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Dominica: Zika cases jump to 28

Jamaica Observer:-Health authorities say at least two pregnant women have contracted the mosquito borne Zika virus as the number of cases of people infected with the virus jumped to...

Barbados Minister:Fingerprinting a must!

Barbados Today:-Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss yesterday heaped scorn on critics of Government’s plan to fingerprint persons leaving and entering the country, as he warned that the move...