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Cuba plane crash caused by human error

A plane crash that killed 112 people in Cuba on May 18 was caused by human error, the Mexican company that owned the jet...

Trinidad and Tobago Opposition Leader says UNC ready to beat PNM following by-election victory

Trinidad and Tobago’s Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said last night that the United National Congress (UNC) victory in the Barataria by-election is a clear...

IMF says second phase of measures needed to help Barbados’ economic recovery

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday served notice that a second phase of measures will be needed to help Barbados’ economic recovery. The warning...

St. Kitts-Nevis Opposition Leader wins diplomatic passport case filed by private citizen

St. Kitts-Nevis Opposition Leader Dr. Denzil Douglas scored a legal victory on Friday when a High Court judge threw out a challenge filed by...

CARILEC continues to promote renewable energy in the region

The Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation’s (CARILEC) training department is currently facilitating a programme in photovoltaic systems. The course, officially entitled “Certified Solar Photovoltaic Systems...

Guyana’s Homophobia education coordinator says condoms should be distributed in Prisons

Guyana’s Homophobia Education Coordinator within the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD), Anil Persaud, voiced his support for condoms to be distributed among prisoners...

Opposition’s withdrawal of cooperation would be disservice to Jamaicans, says Jamaica’s Prime Minister

Jamaica’s Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, suggested that the Opposition People's National Party (PNP) would be guilty of a disservice to the Jamaican people if...

IMF says Trinidad economy slowly recovering

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the economy of Trinidad and Tobago is slowly recovering from a prolonged recession driven by energy supply shocks...

High cost of regional transportation ‘the greatest irritation’ says Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister

Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, has described the high cost of regional transportation as “the greatest irritation” to Caribbean citizens. “They are rightly...

Barbados to remove visa requirements for Haitians

The Barbados Government has indicated that it will remove the visa requirements for Haitians travelling to that country as it seeks to be more...

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