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TRINIDAD-Union claims hundreds to be dismissed at telecom company

THE Communication Workers Union (CWU) says the state-owned Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) is preparing to send home hundreds of...

BAHAMAS-Doctors planning industrial action

The President of the Consultant Physicians Staff Association President (CPSA) Dr. Locksley Munroe, has warned of possible industrial action over working conditions...

GUYANA-CCJ rules against law prohibiting cross-dressing

In a landmark decision Tuesday morning, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled that the section of Guyana’s law which prohibits cross-dressing...

BARBADOS-Former Prime Minister appointed UWI professor

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has been conferred with the title of Professor of Practice: Economics of Development by the University of...

TRINIDAD-Judge rules in favour of Muslim police officer wearing hijab while on duty

A High Court judge has ruled that Muslim women police officers are to be allowed to wear their hijabs while on duty...

BAHAMAS-Search continues for two persons missing after plane crash

Search and rescue teams were on Saturday continuing their efforts to find two persons missing after their six-seater plane crashed in the...

CCJ dismisses challenge against laws schools in the region

 The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Friday dismissed a challenge alleging that the admission process of law schools in the region...

GUYANA-Six injured Fly Jamaica aircraft make emergency landing in Guyana

The Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) re-opened on Friday, a few hours after a  Fly Jamaica airliner made an emergency landing 45...

Vincentian suspected of committing murder nabbed in Grenada

The police have confirmed that a man from St. Vincent and the Grenadines who was wanted in connection with a murder in...

Trinidad and Tobago urged to remain earthquake alert

The Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Wednesday said that Trinidad and Tobago must continue to...

GRENADA-Island records significant increase in hand, foot and mouth infections

Grenada is experiencing a significant increase in the number of children affected by the hand, foot and mouth disease when compared to...

ST. LUCIA-PM re-shuffles Cabinet

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Tuesday announced that a minor re-shuffle to  his two and a half year Cabinet saying the changes were...

DOMINICA-PM hints at legal action against Ross University

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said his administration is prepared to take legal action against the US-owned Ross University regarding the ownership and...

Caribbean Airlines achieves operating profit

The Trinidad and Tobago based carrier,  Caribbean Airlines says it has achieved an operating profit and is “net income positive for the...

GRENADA-Opposition urges population to vote “No” on CCJ referendum

The main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), is urging the population to vote “no” when they head to the polls on Tuesday...

Trinidad loses another calypso giant

(Trinidad Guardian) Just three days af­ter the ca­lyp­so fra­ter­ni­ty said farewell to the Mighty Shad­ow, De Orig­i­nal De Fos­to Him­self (Win­ston Scar­bor­ough) died...

DOMINICA-PM vows to defend the rights of Dominicans overseas to vote in general elections

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit Thursday said he would defend the rights of Dominicans residing overseas to vote in general elections in the...

GRENADA-Police officers voting in referendum on CCJ

Nearly 1,000 police officers are eligible to cast ballots on Friday as Grenadians decide on whether or not to replace the London-based...

Caribbean countries improve environment for doing business

Several Caribbean countries, including the Bahamas and Jamaica, have recorded improvements in absolute terms on the ease of doing business, indicating that...

Government denies abandoning nationals in flood stricken Trinidad and Tobago

The Guyana government Wednesday denied reports that nationals residing in Trinidad and Tobago were being denied support as they deal with the...

GUYANA-President In Cuba For Medical Reasons

President David Granger left here Tuesday for Cuba for a series of medical checks, according to an official statement issued here.

Barbados Gets Beaches

Prime Minister of Barbados The Hon. Mia Mottley expects the new Beaches project at Heywoods to play a key role in Government’s...

DOMINICA-China providing EC$120 million in grant aid to Dominica

Dominica and China Monday signed an EC$120 million grant aid agreement that Beijing said underscores its commitment and friendship to the people...

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