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Barbados: Concern over student tattoos

Barbados Nation:-THE GROWING NUMBERS of tattooed schoolchildren are worrying school counsellors and the national parent-teacher association. They are encouraging parents to be more vigilant about their children’s dress and conduct...

Antigua may recall all diplomatic passports

Antigua Observer:-In the wake of speculation that one of Antigua & Barbuda’s economic envoys and former diplomatic passport holder may have been arrested in China, Prime Minister Gaston Browne...

T&T: Chamber urges limited state of emergency

Trinidad Express:-EVEN if it means calling for a limited state of emergency, the Government needs to do whatever it takes now to stop the spiralling crime situation. This is according...
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Caribbean Entrepreneur Launches Regional Farming Website

Monday January 23, 2017, St. Lucian start-up “Tri Farm Company Ltd.” launched a new online platform. The new website, ‘trifarmltd.com’ connects producers and buyers of agricultural products in a novel way....

Bahamas refutes US TV ‘terrorists’ report

Trinidad Express:-The Bahamas government has rubbished a report on the American television network MSNBC that the terrorist group, ISIS, has members in the Caribbean Community (Caricom) country. Foreign Minister Fred...

Guyana: Soldiers allegedly rape girl

Demerara Waves:-A 15-year old girl was allegedly raped by three soldiers of the Guyana Defence Force on Saturday at one of the country’s military bases, police confirmed. The GDF late...

Barbados: Devaluation claims rejected

Barbados Today:-A Government Senator is rejecting claims by the Opposition of a possible devaluation of the Barbados dollar. Addressing Democratic Labour Party (DLP) supporters at the Princess Margaret Secondary School...

OECS to get centre for entrepreneurship training

Antigua Observer:-British billionaire Richard Branson will assist in building a centre to train entrepreneurs in the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). Director General of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean...

Barbados: Computers for all schools

Barbados Today:-All schools across Barbados are to be furnished with computers shortly, Education Minister Ronald Jones declared yesterday. “In another few weeks, across every school – Erdiston College, SJPP, BCC,...

Obesity rate in Barbados high – report

Barbados Nation:-No country in Latin America and the Caribbean has a higher obesity rate than Barbados, according to a new report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the...