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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...

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...

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...

Cayman Islands to offer 10-year visa to Jamaicans

Jamaicans visiting the Cayman Islands will now be given special treatment under the Immigration Law, with the option to obtain a 10-year visitor visa. According...

Commonwealth Caribbean to release regional anti-corruption index

Anti corruption agencies in the Commonwealth Caribbean have indicated that they will be gathering regional data and release their own anti-corruption index similar to...

Murders in Trinidad and Tobago up 4.5% in 2015, according to acting Commissioner of...

There has been a 4.5 per cent increase in the homicide toll in Trinidad and Tobago, acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has revealed. Speaking...

Trinidad and Tobago Police probe poisoned roti

Police in Trinidad and Tobago suspect poisoned flour was used to make roti which was eaten by two persons who fell violently sick on...

Controversial Foreign Exchange Levy in Barbados Delayed

Barbadians have got a temporary reprieve from Government’s implementation of the controversial two per cent levy on foreign exchange transactions. The tax, which was announced...

Trinidad and Tobago Acting Commissioner of Police describes killing of police officer as vicious...

Trinidad and Tobago’s Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has described the murder of 22-year-old Woman Police officer (WPC) Nyasha Joseph as barbaric and vicious. Speaking...

Political party calls for an end to vote buying in Barbados

The minority opposition Clement Payne Movement (CPM) on Monday called for an end to vote buying as Barbadians gear up to elect a new...

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