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Former Bahamian PM Concerned About Arrests of Ex Ministers

Former Bahamian Prime Minister Perry Christie is keeping a wary eye on the Hubert Minnis administration, following the arrests of three opposition parliamentarians in...

Trinidad opposition to file no-confidence motion against House Speaker

The main opposition United National Congress (UNC) in Trinidad has announced plans to file a no-confidence motion against House Speaker Bridgid Annisette-George following a...

ECTEL Member States moving closer to implementing number portability

Member States of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority-ECTEL will advance plans to move to number portability later this month. Number Portability enables telephone users to...

Barbados government to rename road in honour of Rihanna

The Barbados government says it will rename Westbury New Road in the St. Michael parish in honour of Barbadian-born international pop icon, Robyn Rihanna...

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...

Jamaica moves ahead with oil and gas exploration

An offshore two-dimensional seismic survey is to be conducted by Tullow Jamaica Limited over the next 30 days to determine Jamaica’s potential for commercial...

CARICOM launches new IT system to alert consumers on dangerous goods

The Guyana-based CARICOM Secretariat said yesterday that people in the region now have access to an electronic platform providing alerts on dangerous non-foods consumer...

Suriname banana sector threatened by Moko disease

The banana industry in Suriname is currently facing a serious threat from the so-called Moko disease, which has affected nearly a quarter of the...

Trinidad to host Caribbean conference on ageing and rights of older people

Trinidad and Tobago will host a two-day Caribbean preparatory meeting for the Fourth Regional Intergovernmental Conference on 'Ageing and the Rights of Older Persons'. The...

Departing CCJ President lauded at Special Sitting in Antigua

For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) held court in Antigua and Barbuda at a special sitting to...

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