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Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Haiti’s main international airport flooded by downpour

The terminal at the Haitian capital's international airport has been flooded after a sustained downpour transformed some low-lying Port-au-Prince streets into brown rivers. According to...

CARICOM to hold donor conference seeking aid for hurricane battered countries

CARICOM Chairman, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell says while it is still too early to give a financial cost to the damage caused to...

Jamaica’s Government to Release Sterile Mosquitoes to Combat Dengue

Effective March 2020, the Government of Jamaica will begin releasing half a million sterile male mosquitoes into the environment per week to help slash...

Over 800 Passports sold under the Citizenship by Investment Program, says Antigua Prime Minister

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has revealed that the Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) passport count has surpassed 800. Speaking in parliament yesterday,...

No visitation for Venezuelan mom who sold baby to Trinidadian couple

The Venezuelan woman who allegedly sold her two-month-old baby boy for US$20,000 will not be reunited with her offspring until the investigation by the...

Prince of Wales arrives in St. Lucia at start of Caribbean visit

The Prince of Wales arrived in St. Lucia yesterday to begin the Caribbean Tour that will see him and the Duchess of Cornwall travel...

Barbados Prime Minister defends stewardship, optimistic of regaining power in general election

Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart yesterday defended the stewardship of his ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) over the last five years and said he...

Flight to Jamaica diverted after man claimed to have coronavirus

A Canadian man was arrested yesterday after he reportedly told a plane full of passengers bound for Jamaica that he had contracted the coronavirus. According...

Barbados to impose harsher punishment for praedial larceny

In a bid to tackle the scourge of praedial larceny, the Barbados government has submitted a draft law to parliament to impose harsher penalties...

Barbudans leave $100,000 stadium repair bill

The Antigua and Barbuda government yesterday announced that damage to the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium will run to more than $100,000 following the...

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