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Barbados: Police probing student sex video

Barbados Today:-Police here are probing another sex video that has been making the rounds on social media involving two secondary school children. The one minute and 50 seconds tape shows...
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FAO and OECS host Workshop to Enhance Intra-regional Agriculture Trade

Thursday, November 17, 2016 — Agriculture leaders in the OECS convened for a two-day meeting in St. Lucia last week to discuss viable options towards enhancing intra-regional trade of...
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Request for reparations to the Caribbean for genocide of native people and slavery

Colonialism Reparation supports the request for reparations of the members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for the genocide of the native people and the slavery and calls on the...
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Prime Minister Andrew Holness to install solar on Jamaica House

As representatives of the world’s nations gather at the COP22 Climate Conference in Marrakech, Morocco, island states are standing out for their impressive commitments to fighting climate change. Today,...

Guyana: Nursing exam papers leaked

Demerara Waves:- Investigations are ongoing to identify person or persons who may have been responsible for the leak of examination papers before the sitting and assessment of 250 nursing students...

Mottley: Barbados not ready for independence visitors

Barbados Today:-Opposition Leader Mia Mottley believes the country is not ready for the influx of visitors expected here for the 50th anniversary of Independence. Addressing Parliament this evening, Mottley said...

Murder at school gate in Jamaica

Jamaica Observer:-SANTOY, Hanover — Classes had to be suspended at Church Hill Primary School yesterday as students were left traumatised following a brazen gun attack at the school gate...

Barbados: Delays reported at airport

Barbados Today:-There has been very little indication that the go-slow by immigration and customs officers at the airport at the behest of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW)...
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Social media linked to teenage suicide

Antigua Observer:-Life Coach Janice Huff is implicating social media as a factor in the increasing rate of suicide among youth in Antigua & Barbuda and the wider world. Huff said...

Antigua reports drop in CIP applications

Antigua Observer:-The minister of state in the Ministry of Finance has admitted there has been a fall-off in applications for the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP). Senator Lennox Weston attributes...