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ECCB projects economic growth of over two per cent for OECS countries

The Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) recorded “slow growth” of just over two per cent last year, due to the passage of the two...

Drug ring found in two city schools in Guyana

The Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) in Guyana has discovered a drug ring inside two Georgetown secondary schools and charges are expected to be laid...

Four students in Barbados to return to court in March following recent stabbing incident...

The school boys in Barbados held following a recent stabbing incident at school suffered different fates after the four appeared in court to face...

Trinidad mud volcano declared dormant after three eruptions

The Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies has declared the Devil Wood Yard mud volcano in Trinidad dormant, even...

Former Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur wants compulsory youth service

With increasing incidents of violence involving young people, veteran Barbadian parliamentarian and former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is calling for the establishment of a...

Two killed, one injured in Trinidad Carnival

At least two people, including a 17 year-old schoolboy, were stabbed to death as Trinidad and Tobago celebrated the annual Carnival celebrations with street...

LIAT says it remains committed to serving region

LIAT said yesterday that it remains committed to serving the region as it moves to return flights to pre-hurricane levels in affected territories. In a...

Trinidad and Tobago Police Service foils Carnival “threat”

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) revealed yesterday that it had disrupted a threat to disrupt Carnival activities mere days before the festival. Senior...

Colombia and Brazil tighten Venezuela border control

Colombia and Brazil have tightened border controls with Venezuela as both nation deal with a big influx of hundreds of thousands of migrants from...

Seven-year-old dies in fire in Jamaica

A seven-year-old female student of Friendship Primary School, in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, Jamaica, perished in a fire which engulfed and eventually destroyed the...

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