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Jet blast from a plane kills a tourist at a Caribbean airport

A tourist from New Zealand was killed by the blast of a plane at an airport in the Dutch Caribbean island of St. Maarten. The...

A Former Bahamas minister charged with bribery

A Former Bahamas minister of the environment Kendred Dorsett was charged in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday with extorting $120,000 from Johnathan Ash. Dorsett was also...

Bahamas increasing security on flights to USA

Plans to implement enhanced security measures for all commercial flights to the United States will be implemented by July 18. The Nassau Airport Development Company...

Taiwan announces visa-free entry for allies in Caribbean

The Government of Taiwan yesterday announced visa-free entry for nationals of its diplomatic allies in the Caribbean with immediate effect. According to Taiwan's Ministry of...

Fears of Venezuelan migration crisis in Trinidad

In the face of growing political unrest in Venezuela, a large number of Venezuelan immigrants living in Trinidad are concerned that the continued violence...

St Kitts-Nevis PM affirms support for newly appointed national security advisor

St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris told parliament on Tuesday that newly-appointed national security advisor, retired Major General Stewart Saunders, possess...

Guyana President Assassination Plot Now Subject of Commission of Inquiry

An alleged plot to assassinate Guyana’s President David Granger is now the subject of a Commission of Inquiry. Yesterday, Assistant Commissioner of Police Paul Slowe...

22 inmates from gutted prison in Guyana granted bail

Twenty-two prisoners who were remanded to the Georgetown Prison in Guyana were granted bail on Monday as a means of easing the congestion in...

Regional leaders end ‘very successful’ summit

CARICOM leaders ended their three-day summit in Grenada last night describing the deliberations as “very successful” and announcing the approval of a plan to...

Antigua Prime Minister sues OBSERVER Radio and opposition spokesman after calypso row

Just days after he issued a threat to sue over a controversial calypso song, Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne has brought action...
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