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Analyst takes a dim view of nationals brought in to vote

Antigua Observer:-Political Analyst Peter Wickham has advised regional governments against what he termed a common practice of spending millions on citizens outside the country as an incentive for them...

Sexism row – Gayle claims double standards

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies star Chris Gayle said yesterday he was the victim of “double standards” after sparking a sexism row with comments he made to...
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Pan Africanists say – Ditch the Queen!

Antigua Observer:-A former member of the Jamaica National Commission on Reparations has made a call for all former British colonies to remove Queen Elizabeth II as the head of...

Barbados top Cop says no to brutality

Barbados Nation:-AN INTENSIVE PROBE has been launched into a recent report of police brutality and the police chief is insisting that no such conduct will be tolerated within the...

Jamaica PM orders help for Venezuela

Jamaica Observer:-MANDEVILLE, Manchester – Arguing that Jamaica should never consider itself too poor to help others, Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he has issued instructions for ways to be...

T&T prepares for Venezuelan influx

Trinidad Guardian:- National security, health and other agencies intend to increase the number of resources necessary in port areas like Icacos, if there’s need for it, to cope with increased...

Antigua: Airport workers back on the job

Antigua Observer:-Claims of discrepancy in retroactive pay caused airport workers to stop working on Wednesday for several hours. However, on advice from their union, they later resumed their tasks. Their...

Bolt says losing is his biggest fear

Sportsmax:- Usain Bolt does not want to lose at major championships like anyone else. For the big man though, losing means more than it does to probably any other track...

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...