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Antigua: Court summons hangs over Magistrate’s head

Antigua Observer:-Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh has received a stern warning from the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeal that she would be summoned before it if she continues to...

Barbados: Bluetooth use while driving to be made legal

Barbados Today:- It will no longer be legal for drivers here to hold mobile phones to their ears while driving, if proposed amendments to the Road Traffic Act are approved. However,...

Cop accused in Antigua sex case remanded

Antigua Observer:-The police corporal who allegedly kidnapped and raped a 13-year-old girl has been remanded to prison after he was refused bail at his first appearance before Chief Magistrate...

Antigua PM promises 5000 new jobs

Antigua Observer:-Prime Minister Gaston Browne has marked this year’s celebration of Antigua & Barbuda’s 35th anniversary of independence with a promise that 5,000 jobs would be created “within the...

Guyana: Shot robbery suspect in court on stretcher

Demerara Waves:-An 18-year-old appeared in court on a stretcher on Tuesday afternoon, and was charged with robbery under arms, gun and ammo possession, and for firing shots at a...
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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...