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Caribbean urged to help Venezuela

Antigua Observer:-Two Caribbean professionals are of the view that the Caribbean “has a duty” to extend some goodwill to Venezuela in its time of need. The suggestion from Management and...
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Dominica: Zika cases jump to 28

Jamaica Observer:-Health authorities say at least two pregnant women have contracted the mosquito borne Zika virus as the number of cases of people infected with the virus jumped to...

Barbados Minister:Fingerprinting a must!

Barbados Today:-Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss yesterday heaped scorn on critics of Government’s plan to fingerprint persons leaving and entering the country, as he warned that the move...

Antigua: Threats to close bank accounts

Antigua Observer:-Clients of the local RBC Royal Bank branch have reacted angrily to the news that holders of Personal Savings and Personal Banking accounts at they will be required...

ATM scam alert in Antigua

Antigua Observer:-As lawmen probe several ATM scams across the country, they are urging residents to be on the lookout for any strange machines attached to ATMs. The warning also follows...

Guyana: Police to track calls to inmates?

Guyana Chronicle:-THE police are seeking the assistance of mobile phone companies to determine whom prisoners were communicating with, Clifton Hicken, the Georgetown Police Commander said Wednesday, following a raid...

Jamaica: Senior Cop arrested

Jamaica Observer:- THE Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) yesterday arrested and charged two members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force from the Area One Headquarters in Montego Bay, St James,...

Antigua: Teenage access to contraceptives?

Antigua Observer:- The head of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation is hoping for an era when adults are open to the idea of allowing their teenagers to be able to...

Jamaica: Quaker Granola bars recalled

Jamaica Observer:- KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) says that the US-based Quaker Oats company today announced a voluntary recall of a small quantity of Quaker Quinoa...

Guyana: Five teenagers charged with murder

Guyana Chronicle:- FIVE teens appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Tuesday, charged with the murder of 75-year-old retired professor Pairadeau Mars, who was bound, beaten and strangled last...