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Trinidad and Tobago Finance Minister unveils $50.5 billion ‘sacrifice’ budget

The travelling public in Trinidad and Tobago is likely to feel the pinch as the prices of super and diesel gas, the fuel used...

US expels 15 Cuban diplomats following mysterious acoustic attacks

US officials today expelled 15 Cuban diplomats following mysterious acoustic attacks that have sickened US diplomats in Havana. "The decision was made due to Cuba's...

Jamaican family to donate body of world’s oldest woman to UWI

The body of the world’s oldest woman, 117-year-old Violet Moss Brown, of Jamaica, is to be donated to the University of the West Indies...

LIAT announces limited service to hurricane affected countries

The Antigua-based regional airline, LIAT, yesterday announced limited operations to several of the hurricane-battered countries, including Dominica and the British Virgin Islands (BVI). The airline...

UN launches multi-million dollar appeal for ‘badly battered’ Dominica

The United Nations says it has launched a Hurricane Maria Flash Appeal for the “badly battered” Caribbean island of Dominica. It said the international aid...

Barbados lifts ban on poultry product from United Kingdom

Barbados says it is lifting the ban it had imposed on the importation of poultry and poultry products from the United Kingdom (UK). According to...

St. Lucia Government downplays reports foreign prisoners are high risk

St. Lucia’s National Security Minister Hermangild Francis has sought to downplay suggestions that the prisoners being brought to St. Lucia from the hurricane-ravaged Caribbean...

US ‘to pull staff from Cuba over sonic attacks’

The US is to pull most of its staff from its embassy in Cuba, American media report, after reports that they suffered sonic attacks. According...

Trinidad Prime Minister says no to IMF

Trinidad Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, says his administration will not be approaching the International Monetary Fund (IMF), despite billions of dollars in lost...

British Virgin Islands to institute strong building codes in aftermath of Hurricane Irma

The Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) says plans are being made to review and upgrade the territory's building codes following the devastating...

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