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Sunday, January 26, 2020

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Venezuela looks to restructure debt

Crisis-hit Venezuela, seen by many investors on the threshold of default, will try to restructure its debt after its oil company makes a scheduled...

Sagicor pledges $1 million to fire-damaged National Children’s Home

In Jamaica - Sagicor is donating $1 million towards relief efforts in the aftermath of a fire that damaged the Jamaica National Children's Home...

Jack Warner extradition case adjourned until February

Former Trinidad and Tobago football boss Jack Warner got a temporary reprieve today from a bid by US authorities to try him for alleged...

Woman in Trinidad to pay $75,000 for false Facebook claim

A prison officer in Trinidad and Tobago, who was falsely accused of abandoning her three children on social media, has won over $75,000 in...

‘Santa Claus’ disrupts sitting of Guyana Parliament

The Guyana Parliament was on Friday dealing with a “serious security breach” after a woman dressed up as Santa Claus walked into the Chambers...

CARICOM launches energy innovation challenge

Caribbean students are being asked to design novel concepts for use and management of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) as part of...

Caribbean water ministers to meet in Miami

Caribbean ministers with responsibility for water resources management will be meeting in Miami this week as the region prepares to participate in the United...

IMF approves US$290 Million in Extended Fund Facility for Barbados

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday announced that it has approved the staff-level agreement on an Extended Fund Facility (EFF),...

CLICO Policyholders in Barbados Start Getting Payouts; OECS Policyholders Not Forgotten

After years of waiting, people in Barbados who had policies with Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) have started to get money back, and Minister...

UWI approves Antigua as fourth landed campus says Prime Minister Gaston Browne

The University of the West Indies (UWI) will formally inform the Antigua and Barbuda government later this week that the island has been chosen...

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