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CARICOM launches new IT system to alert consumers on dangerous goods

The Guyana-based CARICOM Secretariat said yesterday that people in the region now have access to an electronic platform providing alerts on dangerous non-foods consumer...

LIAT pilots apologise for inconvenience, outline new agreement

The President of the Leeward Island Airline Pilots Association (LIAPLA), Captain Carl Burke, has apologized to the travelling public in the Caribbean after pilots...

St. Lucia seeking to implement Cybercrime lab after recent increase in circulation of porn...

St. Lucia is looking to Jamaica for help to boost its cybercrime-fighting abilities. National Security Minister Justice Hermangild Francis has said that as soon as...

Nearly 600 murdered in Jamaica in six months

Nearly 600 people were murdered in Jamaica during the first six months of this year. Figures released by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) show that...

LIAT seeks injunction to force pilots to fly

With angry, stranded passengers on their back due to protesting pilots demanding more money, LIAT has applied for an injunction seeking to temporarily get...

Caribbean fisheries threatened by overfishing and reef decline

Overfishing and the degradation of coral reefs across the Caribbean and Pacific islands are pushing many fish, including food sources like tunas and groupers,...

Antigua and Barbuda government condemns action by LIAT pilots

Strike action by LIAT pilots is being condemned by the government of Antigua and Barbuda as more flights have been cancelled today. The pilots and...

Elderly man dies at hospital entrance in Trinidad

Staff at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital in Trinidad, are saying they followed all protocols and did all it could in the heart wrenching case...

Regional governments urged to develop social security systems

The three-day 28th CARICOM Heads of Social Security Meeting began in Bridgetown on Wednesday with Barbados urging regional countries to ensure that their social...

Trinidad and Tobago Court of Appeal overturns injunction blocking appointment of judges

Just over 12 hours after a High Court judge made a historic ruling that prevented the Office of the President from appointing two new...
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