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Jamaica to host regional conference on children issues

Jamaica will host a three-day regional conference that will bring together students and researchers from across the Caribbean to present their child-related studies to...

Trinidad declares health emergency over Zika virus

No cases of the Zika virus have surfaced in Trinidad and Tobago, but Health Minister, Terrence Deyalsingh has declared a national public health emergency...

Barbados government urged to improve on prevailing economic performance

The Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados (CBB), Cleviston Haynes, January 30, 2019 told the government of Barbados, that it must seek to...

Caribbean registers second highest record for visitor arrivals in 2018

The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organisation has announced that Tourist arrivals to the Caribbean hit a record high last year, despite some destinations being severely...

Barbados based Caribbean Development Bank funds to aid flood relief efforts

The Barbados based Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will be providing financial support in the form of grant funding towards emergency relief efforts for communities...

US Virgin Island governor creates hurricane and resiliency advisory group to guide reconstruction efforts

US Virgin Island’s Governor Kenneth Mapp, announced on Monday the creation of an expert advisory committee to help guide reconstruction and resiliency efforts in...

A quarter of Antigua prison population to get early release

About 100 of the 399 inmates in Antigua’s overcrowded jail will be granted early release by next month, National Security Minister Steadroy Benjamin has...

Venezuela’s power cut drags into a fifth day

Venezuela's government has ordered schools and businesses to remain closed today as a power cut drags into a fifth day. The opposition says at...

New report says the number of Caribbean nationals with diabetes has tripled

A new World Health Organization (WHO) report says the number of Caribbean nationals living with diabetes has tripled since 1980, adding that one in...

Dominica’s Prime minister says the focus is on search and rescue efforts following Tropical...

Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has said that the immediate focus of the government following the devastating passage of Tropical Storm Erika, is on...

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