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Cruise ship in St. Lucia quarantined over confirmed measles case

A cruise ship with nearly 300 passengers and crew was ordered quarantined in the Caribbean port of St. Lucia - after a case of...

LIAT continues to fly connecting travellers across the region says CEO

LIAT, The Caribbean Airline continues to fly, connecting travellers across the region. This reassurance comes from Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Julie Reifer-Jones. Mrs. Reifer-Jones confirmed that...

Guyana Government defends resolution in Parliament

The Guyana government has defended the decision of the National Assembly to pass a resolution paying tribute to former legislator, Abdul Kadir, who died...

Parents In Denial Spreading HPV Vaccine Apathy says Jamaican Gynecologist

Noted Jamaican gynecologist Dr Michael Abrahams has asserted that many parents are shying away from ensuring that their young daughters are vaccinated against the...

Haiti signs MOU with USAID to preserve natural resources

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Haiti which underlines the need to preserve the...

New World Bank Vice President Axel van Trotsenburg to visit Jamaica

New World Bank Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean, Axel van Trotsenburg, will start a two day visit to Jamaica on April...

St. Lucia maintains position on LIAT

The St. Lucia government Thursday reiterated its position that it would not support the financially troubled regional airline, LIAT, unless there are changes to...

Antigua PM backs China’s aid packages to the region

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has again criticized the position of the United States regarding China’s assistance programme to the region, saying...

Flood of lawsuits, flight of investors on cards with US Cuba move

The US decision to enforce a tough but long-delayed law in Cuba could have far-reaching effects, including triggering an avalanche of lawsuits as well...

IDB approves financial plan worth US$300 million for Barbados

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says it has approved a new country strategy with Barbados, which will have a financial plan for the period...

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