Saturday, November 25, 2017

Caribbean News

ST KITTS – Opposition Leader delivers message to PM during special sitting of National...

Leader of the Opposition, Dr. Denzil Douglas directly delivered a message to Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris; Leader of Government Business, Eugene Hamilton; and...

ANTIGUA – Sandals boss warns PM Browne about playing politics with the hotel

By Desmond Brown – Executive Editor The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Deputy Chairman of the Caribbean-based resort company Sandals Resorts International (SRI) has accused...

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS – UK stands by Caribbean and Overseas Territories as they build...

On her first overseas visit International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has reaffirmed that the UK stands by those Overseas Territories and independent Commonwealth Caribbean...

ANTIGUA – Prince Charles visits Barbudans displaced by Irma

The Prince of Wales lifted the spirits of staff and pupils at a shelter in Antigua and Barbuda on the first day of his...

JAMAICA – Caribbean media industry leader Lester Spaulding is dead

Lester Spaulding, Chairman of the RJRGleaner Communications Group is dead. He died Friday morning in hospital. He became Managing Director of Radio Jamaica in 1978. Spaulding...

BARBADOS – ‘No reason to fear fourth UWI campus in Antigua’

Vice-Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Sir Hilary Beckles says Barbados has nothing to fear, amid a compelling proposal advanced by...

CAYMAN ISLANDS – Green iguana population tops one million

There are now more than a million invasive green iguanas on Grand Cayman, with culling efforts so far proving futile. A government-funded cull yielded 17,200...

ANTIGUA – Gov’t still baffled by arrest of Tourism Minister in the UK

The Cabinet of Antigua & Barbuda announced Thursday that it will “consult further” after discussing the recent arrest of a high-ranking Government official. Asot Michael...

BARBADOS – Vincentian national held with drugs, fined $15,000

Members of the Drug Squad have arrested and charged a Vincentian national for a number of drug related offences which were committed at the...

BELIZE – ECLAC sheds light on structure of Caribbean economies

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean discussed the relationship between debt accumulation, the external sector...
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