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Jamaica Health Ministry issues warning after students in St. Thomas fall ill from pills

The Ministry of Health in Jamaica is monitoring the health of 19 students from a primary school in St. Thomas who ingested unprescribed tablets...

Trinidad and Tobago Police Commissioner moving to arrest massive overtime bill within Police Service

A quiet internal investigation by Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has uncovered a massive $25 million per month overtime bill within the Trinidad and...

Venezuela to significantly increase oil exports to China

Venezuela will increase its oil exports to China to one million barrels a day, President Nicolas Maduro has said, following a visit to Beijing. Already...

Fears grow as seven killed in nine hours in Trinidad

Seven people were killed in the space of nine hours on Monday, pushing the murder toll to 390 for 2018. According to the Trinidad Express,...

CCTV to help combat courthouse bomb threats in Jamaica

With concerns growing amid a string of bomb hoaxes at three courthouses in Jamaica — the latest occurring yesterday at the Supreme Court —...

Haitian Police concerned about increasing number of juvenile rape cases

Haitian Police are expressing concern at the increasing number of juvenile rape cases since the start of the year. The spokesperson for the National Police...

ECCB to introduce new dollar bills

The St. Kitts-based Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) says it will be introducing new dollar bills next year. ECCB Deputy Governor, Trevor Brathwaite, speaking on...

UK cop returned to Antigua on sex crime charge

Tomorrow, the U.K. policeman who allegedly raped a university student in Antigua will be heading to court before a magistrate in Antigua following his...

Regional ferry service viable, says World Bank study

Deputy Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Trevor Brathwaite, in a recent interview with OBSERVER media, said that a study conducted by...

Antigua parliament gives nod to CCJ legislation

Antigua and Barbuda’s Parliament on Tuesday night gave the nod to the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) becoming the island’s final court as...

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