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Two charged with Woman Police officer’s murder in Trinidad

A close male friend of murdered woman police constable (WPC) Nyasha Joseph, along with a female friend of his are expected to appear before...

Government bans corned beef from Brazil amid rotten meat scandal

Jamaica’s Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries has imposed an immediate import ban on corned beef from Brazil. According to Observer News, the ministry...

Three men shot dead in Trinidad

As most of the country was preparing for effects of Tropical storm Bret, three men were murdered in a shooting in Laventille, Trinidad last...

Caribbean Airlines begins scheduled service to St Vincent and the Grenadines

(CMC) — The Trinidad and Tobago based Caribbean Airlines (CAL), on Thursday announced the introduction of its service to the Argyle International Airport, St...

Opening of schools delayed as Hurricane Irma moves closer to Leeward Islands

The Ministry of Education in Antigua and Barbuda has ordered that all public educational institutions be closed today and tomorrow as the nation braces...

Body of missing Trinidad and Tobago woman found dumped in field

A 23 year old woman who went missing in Trinidad on Tuesday has been found, dead. According to the Trinidad Express, Sharlene Somai was killed...

Public workers in Barbados to engage in a mass protest march on Monday

Thousands of public sector workers in Barbados are expected to take to the streets on Monday morning to protest the Government’s handling of the...

Keith Rowley says he intends to be a prime minister for all Trinidad and...

Leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM), Dr. Keith Rowley, says he intends to be a prime minister for the entire country after his...

US Homeland Security officials to investigate an alleged human smuggling ring in Antigua

Two officials from the US Homeland Security Department are expected in Antigua this week to investigate an alleged Syrian smuggling ring there. Last Wednesday, OBSERVER...

Antigua and Barbuda told to make laws to save unwanted babies

Antigua and Barbuda is being advised to table laws that would allow parents to anonymously abandon their babies without fear of being criminally pursued. The...

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