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LIAT to hire CEO in three months

Antigua Observer:-After what seems like a continuous bad run of chief executive officers (CEO), regional airline Liat is preparing to hire a third CEO in less than four years. Acting...

Hurricane Matthew: Hundreds dead in Haiti

BBC:-The death toll in Haiti as a result of Hurricane Matthew - the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade - has soared to more than 300, officials say. Some...

Hurricane Matthew devastates Haiti

BBC:-New images show the extent of devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, with one town virtually wiped out and at least 23 people dead. The death toll is set...

Antigua: Sex trafficking a concern

Antigua Observer:-There are no statistics to back up her claims, but the country’s Chief Immigration Officer Annette Mark believes the sex trafficking problem in Antigua & Barbuda is more...

Guyana: Woman convicted for abandoning her baby

Demerara Waves:-A mother was on Tuesday fined 100,000GYD for abandoning her baby by the roadside because of “child father issues”. The charge against Jewel Coates is that on September 20,...

Antigua faces another Chinese CIP lawsuit

Antigua Observer:-The Government of Antigua & Barbuda is facing a second lawsuit in as many days from an applicant of the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP), who allegedly invested...

Bravo bashes WICB on Simmons’ sacking

Barbados Today:- Veteran all-rounder and former West Indies captain, Dwayne Bravo, has lashed out against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), following the board’s decision to sack national coach, Phil...

Barbados: No devaluation !

Barbados Today:- Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler today sought to dismiss anxieties that Barbados would be forced to devalue its currency and enroll in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme...

Hurricane Matthew lashes Haiti

(CNN)Hurricane Matthew pounded western Haiti Tuesday, packing powerful winds and heavy rain as it crossed the country. "The river has overflowed all around us," church pastor Louis St. Germain said....

Antigua shelves multi-million Iraqi-funded CIP project

Antigua Observer:- The Government of Antigua & Barbuda has shelved plans for an Iraqi-funded Citizenship by Investment programme (CIP) project which, when announced six months ago, was reported by Prime...