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GUYANA-Foul-mouthed attorney appears in court

n attorney, who gained a measure of notoriety when he was shown on social media in an explicit laced tirade against a...

DOMINICA-Opposition leader appears in court

Opposition Leader Lennox Linton is due to return to court in March next year after he was charged with several other members...

St. Lucia records 44 new cases of HIV

St. Lucia has recorded 44 new cases of the HIV/AIDS virus last year and health officials are urging the public to know...

Trinidad national arrested after unlawfully boarding passenger jet

A Trinidad and Tobago national, who entered the United States from Canada, has been arrested Thursday after he jumped a security fence...

DOMINICA-Opposition leader withdraws motion of no confidence against PM

Opposition leader Lennox Linton says he has withdrawn a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit after complaining that his...

JAMAICA denies rift with United States on information sharing agreement

The Jamaica government says it is holding talks with the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada on information sharing agreements as...

TRINIDAD-PETROTRIN confirms all jobs will be lost at state-owned oil company

The state-owned oil company, PETROTRIN, Tuesday said that all employees will be put on the breadline when the company shuts down its...

Dominica observing first anniversary of Hurricane Maria

Dominica is observing the first anniversary of the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria last September that killed at least 30 people with...

GRENADA-Media workers protest return to work of general manager

The Technical and Allied Workers Union (TAWU) Monday confirmed that its members at the Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) are protesting “outstanding issues”...

Jamaican sailors rescued by Columbian navy

Authorities in Columbia are reporting that 28 Jamaican sailors were on Saturday rescued by the Columbia Navy following a recent incident when...

U.S-Demonstrators demand white police officer be “locked up”

 Demonstrators Friday night demanded that a white police officer, Amber Guyger, who shot and killed a 26-year-old St. Lucian national in his...

OECS moving to deal with pests brought into the sub-region by travellers

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) says it is working with United States authorities in implementing a programme aimed at increasing...

BAHAMAS-Police officer shot and killed in the presence of his daughter

Police were searching for a lone gunman who shot and killed a senior police officer in the presence of his daughter near...

ANGUILLA- CIBC FirstCaribbean to close branch

The Anguilla branch of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank will be closed early in the new year. This was announced...

Dominica declares State of Emergency as Tropical Storm Isaac approaches

A State of Emergency has been declared in Dominica as the island braces for the effects of Tropical Storm Issac on Thursday.

Dominica hints at legislation to compel private sector to send home workers

The Dominica government Wednesday hinted at the possibility of enacting legislation before year-end that would give authorities the right to compel the...

ST. LUCIA-Opposition to file motion of no confidence in the government

 The leader of the main opposition St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP), Phillip J. Pierre says he will file a motion of no...

ST. KITTS-St. Lucian academic named judge of Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court

Professor Eddy Ventose, the St. Lucian-born academic, who featured prominently in a legal battle to ensure that his name was included on...

DOMINICA-PM urges residents to be prepared even as Isaac downgraded to tropical storm

 Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit Tuesday urged citizens to be “fully prepared’” as Dominica was placed on a hurricane watch despite Hurricane Isaac...

ST. VINCENT-Man in penis slashing case drops charge

iWN-The man who, in July, had to get 16 stitches to his penis to close a gash inflicted by his girlfriend, on...

St. Lucia PM wants justice for national shot and killed in United States

St. Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Monday said “ a lot of immigrants” entering the United States were fearful for their lives...

Trinidad Parliament to debate CCJ move next year

The Trinidad and Tobago government says it will table legislation next year seeking to make the Caribbean Court of Justice, (CCJ), the...

JAMAICA making it easier to adopt children

The Jamaica government says it is seeking to update legislation that would make the adoption of children less tedious and conform to...

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