Forecasters are monitoring three disturbances which have the potential to develop in the next few days.
Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute is calling for regulations for political party funding to be implemented.
The Opposition in Nevis has won Monday’s by-election for a seat in the federal parliament. The election was held following the death of parliamentary representative for district nine, Malcolm Guishard.
Britain’s new attorney general, vacationing in her native Dominica, has been speaking about her appointment to the Gordon Brown administration.
Haiti and the Turks and Caicos have agreed on a working plan to deal with illegal immigration by Haitian migrants.
The man charged and jailed on treason charges for an assault on the president of Guyana has been pardoned and within hours of his release from prison, he stirred up a hornet’s nest, prompting clarifying comments from the government.
Since Hurricane Dean, which destroyed the banana crops in a few Caribbean islands, Grenada – itself a 2004 hurricane victim – has been reaping a windfall with its banana crop.
Britain has lifted its travel advisory following Hurricane Dean but the US continues to caution its citizens about travelling to Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.
UNICEF has expressed concern for the well-being of young children and vulnerable people in Belize after Hurricane Dean affected the northern part of the country. Their comments have conflicted with official statements from the country.
As early as Saturday, Trinidadians could know when they will be going to the polls to elect a new government when a special convention of the ruling party is to be held.
More Trinidadians are taking vacations at home pushing up the hotel occupancy rate by 44% in one quarter.
Jamaica’s government has confirmed a new election date following Hurricane Dean which caused a postponement of the polls scheduled for August 27.
Former press aide to Rudy Giuliani, Guyanese Mark Benschop, who has been jailed in Guyana since 2002 on treason charges, will reportedly have his case heard by the Washington, DC-based Inter-American Commission for Human Rights.
Britain’s new Attorney General, Dominica-born Baroness Patricia Scotland, is among top Caribbean leaders in Britain who have made the New Nation’s top 50 list of most powerful black men and women in the UK.