PJ Patterson: ‘Statesman in Residence’ at The UWI

The legacy and future functions of PJ Patterson, former Prime Minister of Jamaica, received a historic endorsement during last week’s sitting of The University...

Kenyan President holds talks with Caribbean leaders, agree to enhance bilateral ties

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday held talks with Vice President Epsy Campbell Barr of Costa Rica and Prime Minister Gaston Browne of Antigua and...

Argentina strengthens relations with St. Lucia and OECS

With the intention of strengthening Argentina's bilateral and regional relations with the Caribbean, Ambassador Gustavo Martinez Pandiani travelled to Castries last week to present his Letters...

UWI Vice-Chancellor calls St Vincent’s victory UN Security Council ‘historic’

The UWI Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles says “St Vincent and the Grenadines, the Caribbean islands that effectively defied with arms Europe’s colonization of...

Bolstering region’s readiness in multi-hazard early warning systems

Over the last 15 years in the Caribbean, there have been observed improvements in early warning systems (EWS). However, one area requiring improvement is...

Jamaican, Owen Dwight Rowe, deported from Barbados

Owen Dwight Rowe, a Jamaican national who wounded a female countrywoman was handed over to Barbados Immigration officials on Monday. Rowe, 31, who was staying...

Leroy King makes 1st appearance in US court on fraud charges

Former chief of the Financial Services Regulatory Commission in Antigua and Barbuda, Leroy King made his first appearance in a Texas court on Tuesday. A...

Former British Virgin Island’s Premier Ralph T O’Neal dead at 85

Former British Virgin Island's Premier Ralph T O’Neal has died. He was 85. The retired legislator passed away sometime on Monday, November 11. While announcing his...

Region on the brink of massive solar power growth

Latin America and the Caribbean could grow their installed solar capacity by a factor of 40 by 2050, a new report by the International...

UPDATED: Man charged in Caribbean hotel worker’s death skips hearing

A Connecticut man charged in the death of a hotel worker he says attacked his family in Anguilla has declined to return to the...