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Swine flu vaccines run low in Trinidad

Influenza vaccinations have run low in some health centres in Trinidad and Tobago as public demand grows with the threat of the deadly H1N1...

Barbados-Government Puts Temporary Freeze On Borrowing

The Barbados government has put a temporary freeze on borrowing even as it reported an improvement in the island’s economic position. “Over the next four...

Venezuela’s Maduro offers few fresh ideas as economy circles drain

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro kicked off his new term with a state-of-the-nation speech yesterday but offered little in the way of fresh proposals to...

Trinidad has swine flu crisis in south —Health Minister

Trinidad’s Health Min­is­ter Ter­rence Deyals­ingh says there is a cri­sis in the out­break of H1N1 or swine flu in Trinidad es­pe­cial­ly in the south­ern...

Government shutdown could impact embassy operations in Jamaica

The partial shutdown of the United States Government has started to impact operations at its embassy in Kingston, but Jamaicans will continue to have...

1,000 officers in nationwide raids in Trinidad

Two days of “in­tense” polic­ing saw 138 peo­ple ar­rest­ed by po­lice over the week­end in a nationwide raid in Trinidad. In the ex­er­cise which start­ed...

A Ganja Cultivation Project in Jamaica Will Allow Small Farmers to Benefit from the...

Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness says an Alternative Development Programme (ADP), which will provide an avenue for small ganja farmers to benefit from the...

Forty-six Bajan sugar workers to be cut

About 46 sugar workers are being cut from the Barbados Agricultural Management Company (BAMC). They are the latest casualties under the Barbados Economic Recovery...

Wandering law to be changed in Barbados

Barbados could soon see a major change to its law on wandering that will see it removed from the Statute Books and with it...

Jamaica’s Education ministry says guidelines set for sale of beverages in schools

Jamaica’s Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, has set out interim guidelines for the sale and serving...

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