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Too much unnecessary sick leave in Dominica Prime Minister Skerrit says

Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has expressed concern over the level of productivity in Dominica, saying there are too many unnecessary sick leave papers from...

US$220 million price tag for new international airport in Dominica

The construction of a new international airport in Dominica is expected to cost an estimated US$220 million. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit made the disclosure on...

Barbados objects to being labelled money laundering country

The Barbados government yesterday described as “misleading” the decision by the United States to list the island as a major for money laundering. Attorney General...

Probe ordered into latest oil spill in Trinidad

Trinidad and Tobago’s Energy Minister Franklin Khan said an investigation will be launched into the circumstances surrounding an oil spill that the state-owned oil...

Trinidad and Tobago lifts ban on Corned beef imports from Brazil

The ban on meat products imported from Brazil has been lifted by the Ministry of Agriculture in Trinidad and Tobago. In a statement yesterday, the...

Grenada Police say body of German national discovered on drifting yacht

Grenada police said on Monday that the decomposing body found on a yacht drifting seven miles south of the island is that of a...

Venezuela protest death toll rises in renewed violence

Three more people have been killed in Venezuela, in rival protests both for and against the government of President Nicolas Maduro. The latest violence raised...

Haiti prime minister’s motorcade hits 2, killing 1 near flooded zone

A motorcade carrying Haiti's prime minister struck two teenage boys, killing one, as officials drove into the country's third largest city on Monday to...

Cruise Line slapped with record penalty for illegal dumping and falsifying records

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) says a Caribbean cruise line has been ordered to pay a US$40 million penalty – the largest-ever...

Caribbean countries scolded for dragging feet on CCJ

Caribbean States that have not replaced the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the final appellate court have been rapped...

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