Sunday, November 18, 2018
Jamaica Observer:-  The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) will begin issuing electronic credentials in addition to traditional paper-based certificates tomorrow, as part of a pilot aimed at boosting security and portability of official examinations records. CXC yesterday announced that some 24,000 candidates...
Trinidad Express:-  POLICE are still searching for one of their former colleagues who stole five rotisserie chickens from a grocery in the Port of Spain Division last week, before fleeing the scene when confronted by a security guard. The former senior...
Press Release:-  Prime Minister of Barbados The Hon. Mia Mottley expects the new Beaches project at Heywoods to play a key role in Government’s plans to turn around the economy. Beaches is the family resort brand of Sandals Resorts International, and...
Barbados Nation:-  A CHURCH LEADER yesterday declared it was God who chose the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to lead the country at this time. However, Reverend Stephen Gittens has warned the governing party that it must stamp out corruption, or else...
Trinidad Newsday:-  Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has responded to threats made against a member of the Inter Agency Task Force (IATF) by urging criminals “not to put God out of their thoughts” as he was prepared to deal with...
HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC) — National Security Minister Wayne Caines has confirmed that a violent 33-year-old Bermudian child sex offender has been sent to a high-security hospital in Britain for detention and treatment. Merrick Seaman was transferred to the hospital in...
Antigua Observer:-  The seven-member Police Service Commission (PSC) is in contempt of court over the “sordid issue” of the suspension of Commissioner of Police Wendel Robinson last Friday, soon after High Court Justice Godfrey Smith ruled that his initial suspension...

11 homeless after T&T fire

Trinidad Guardian:-  A Ce­dros busi­ness­man suf­fered more than $4.5 mil­lion in loss­es af­ter his house and busi­ness were de­stroyed in a fire which al­so dam­aged two neigh­bour­ing hous­es. In to­tal eleven peo­ple, in­clud­ing busi­ness­man Bri­an Austin, his wife, four chil­dren, his...
Guyana Chronicle:-  Police detained 31 persons on Sunday morning while conducting a number of cordon and  search exercises in “A” and “D” Division under “Operation Restore Order”. The operations were conducted in the villages of Kaneville and Diamond on the East...
Trinidad Guardian:-  A po­lice sergeant on va­ca­tion was al­leged­ly caught steal­ing women’s un­der­wear at PriceS­mart in Ch­agua­nas yes­ter­day. Up to last evening, the of­fi­cer was be­ing ques­tioned by his col­leagues at the Ch­agua­nas Po­lice Sta­tion in con­nec­tion with the theft. Ac­cord­ing...