In a clever political move yesterday, the government out-manouvered Basdeo Panday, by adjourning Parliament sine die, to prevent Panday from putting the Speaker of the House of Assembly on the spot to rule on whether he could reclaim his Couva North seat.
The days of frequent power outages due to lightning strikes in Grand Bahama may soon be numbered.
A Bahamian company has been indicted in connection with an attempt by crew members to cover up the illegal dumping of oily waste in international waters, the US Justice Department announced.
The Executive Committee of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean has endorsed the call from CARICOM Heads of Governments for the payment of reparations for slavery.
Jamaica’s Deputy Police Commissioner Mark Shields is furiously defending his prognosis that Bob Woolmer was murdered saying he was “pretty confident” but nothing is ever 100 per cent sure. There are allegations that the autopsy was bungled.
A FLAMING West Indian start to Cricket World Cup 2007 was quickly doused here Tuesday and Wednesday when two-time defending champions Australia outplayed the home team with such efficiency that optimistic visions of a famous third World Cup title on home soil now look as far away as cordial WICB-WIPA contract negotiations.
After enjoying relative freedom under the eight-year-old regime of President General Pervez Musharraf, independent media groups are suddenly finding themselves in a hostile environment marked by raids and denial of government advertisements.
Having expressed its regret over the African Slave Trade of centuries ago, the British government is now shifting focus and launching a worldwide campaign against “contemporary forms of slavery”.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization has joined the Caribbean Hotel Association and American Express to present the annual Caribbean Tourism Media Awards.
With the official start of the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season 64 days away St Lucia is installing systems designed to provide early warning of life-threatening floods in eight communities protecting 16,000 St Lucians.
A murder case against, Rodney Beckles, the son of a high ranking university professor is to get underway in the Home Circuit Court in Kingston tomorrow. He is charged with killing the son of a High Court Judge.
After nearly two decades of absence, British Airways restarts flights between Barbados and Trinidad today bringing competition and an option in Caribbean travel since the two other intra-regional carriers merged last month.
The conflicting reports about the readiness of the Providence Stadium will be tested today when South Africa and Sri Lanka face each other in the second match of the Super 8.
A former Caribbean diplomat has cautioned that there is little for the Caribbean to look forward to after the next US presidential elections at best; and at worse there could be a deterioration of relations.