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Police and Ministry of Finance to Probe Fraud at Guyana’s Ministry of Public Health

Guyana’s Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence yesterday served notice at her ministry that police detectives and Finance Ministry internal auditors will soon begin investigations...

Barbados’ Prime Minister Says Caribbean Countries Need Each Other

Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley says Caribbean countries cannot confront the realities of climate change without cooperating with one another. She expressed that view last...

Venezuelans threaten to sue Trinidad and Tobago over asylum policy

Lawyers representing two Venezuelan asylum seekers have written to Trinidad and Tobago’s National Security Minister Edmund Dillon and acting Chief Immigration Officer Charmaine Gandhi...

Another IMF team to visit Barbados as government negotiates loan

Following a visit of one team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Prime Minister Mia Mottley going up to Washington to speak with...

Jamaican Businessman freed after being accused of incest; daughter charged with mischief

An incest trial involving a Kingston real estate businessman, in Jamaica, who was accused of raping his 15-year-old daughter three years ago, collapsed on...

CARICOM targets year-end for regional biodiversity strategy

The CARICOM Secretariat has resolved to present to the Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) by the end of the year, a CARICOM...

Violence is not Islam says Trinidad and Tobago’s’ President

The violence and brutality committed by persons identifying themselves as “Muslims” is not reflective of the message, teachings and principles of Islam. So said Trinidad...

Trini gangsters told to donate their organs or take out life insurance

If you want to die foolishly in gang warfare, at least let others benefit from your death by organ donation or life insurance payout,...

Caribbean Development Bank and PAHO sign agreement to support mental health in aftermath of...

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have signed an agreement to enhance capacity for mental health and psychosocial...

Antigua and Barbuda Bus Association boss supports dress code for drivers

The president of the Antigua and Barbuda Bus Association supports the Antigua and Barbuda Transport Board’s decision to enforce a dress code on bus...

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