Reggae artiste, Stephen Marley, is confirmed for the 5th annual Irie Jamboree concert in Queens, New York later this year.
Main opposition leader of Antigua, Lester Bird, is calling on CARICOM to ensure the government of Antigua and Barbuda honours its obligations under the revised Treaty of Chaguaramus.
Closing arguments are set to be presented today in the case of two Guyanese men accused of plotting and implementing a murder for insurance scheme.
The Plymouth-based helicopter carrier HMS Ocean, the Royal Navy’s largest warship, has made another seizure of nearly half a tonne of cocaine during its current maritime security patrol in the Atlantic and Caribbean.
The much talked about and hyped new album of Rihanna is turning out much less popular (despite the “bad press” PR hype) than her lead single track “Umbrella” which continues to dominate Singles and Download charts.
Jamaican reggae artist Jah Cure is set to walk out of prison and head to his first stage show in eight years.
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, fresh from a US meeting with President Bush, last night met in an emergency session with her People’s National Party, and said that elections can be held as late as October.
While others might have regarded the recent CARICOM-USA as just talk and no action, the USA is seeing it in very positive light highlighting cooperation in fighting crime and helping criminal deportees to settle in back home.
The smiles were either a formality or disbelief as Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer of Antigua and Barbuda met with President George W Bush and served him the news first hand that he is preparing US$3.4 billion in sanctions against Washington for failure to adhere to a trade ruling.
The Organization of American States has assured Antigua and Barbuda that it remains very committed to a strengthened Inter-American Commission of Women that will carry out its mandate in an even more effective manner.
Barbadian swimmer Bradley Ally has broken two records in the US Olympic trials qualifying times but he still has to take on competitors in Brazil to qualify for the Barbados national team.
A bidding war is on by two major Trinidadian conglomerates for their largest Barbados counterpart just hours before Barbados Shipping & Trading (BS&T) shareholders are set to vote on a merger with Neal & Massy of Trinidad & Tobago. A counter offer by ANSA McAL at the weekend is likely to postpone the vote.
A man who tried to bleach his hair to look like Sri Lanka’s “sexiest” cricket player, Lasith Malinga, has ended up in hospital with severe burns, a news report said.
All five officials involved in the bungled end to the World Cup final will not feature in September’s inaugural World Twenty20 tournament in South Africa, the International Cricket Council announced Friday.