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Saturday, December 7, 2019

Regional News

CARICOM sends Observer team to Dominica

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will mount a CARICOM Election Observation Mission to monitor the general elections which will be held in the Commonwealth of Dominica on...

Over 552 sex assault cases against women in 2019 Trinidad and Tobago

There have been over 552 re­port­ed cas­es of sex­u­al of­fences in Trinidad and Tobago for the year with women mak­ing up the ma­jor­i­ty of...

Dominican PM Says OAS Conspiring to Oust Him from Government

Dominica’s Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit took the Organization of American States’ Secretary-General Luis Almagro to task for “leading a campaign” of incitement against the...

St. Lucia PM Announces Start Of Several Road Rehabilitation Projects

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says in the coming days, road rehabilitation projects will commence in Dennery South, Micoud South and Soufriere. In a post on...

Guyana Pastors Launch Political Party

A new political party was launched in Guyana yesterday. In a report, St. Lucia Online News said the party, called the People’s Republic Party (PRP)...

IMF Representatives Pay Courtesy Visit To OECS Commission

Two representatives from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Division Chief, Caribbean Western Hemisphere Department, Sonia Muñoz; and Senior Economist and Mission Chief, Grenada Western...

St. Lucia PM Says Politicians ‘More Than Arm’s Length Away’ From CIP

Declaring that the Citizenship By Investment Programme (CIP) is a very sensitive industry, St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet told reporters on Tuesday that...

St Kitts Government Moves To Pass Historic Legislation – Fixing Term Limits For Prime...

The St. Kitts-Nevis government will on Thursday November 28th - seek to pass legislation that provides for a fixed term for the prime minister,...

Bahamas ‘pressing ahead’ post-Dorian

Almost months after the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama were hit by Dorian, the most devastating hurricane in Bahamian history, executive director of...

Regional countries urged to do more to deal with violence

Caribbean countries are being urged to do more to deal with the issue of violence against women as the region Monday joins the global...

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