Caribbean Airlines will commence operational management of the airbridge under its code from 1st October 2007.
Barbados’ move toward capital account liberalisation by year-end has been hailed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a “milestone.”
Grenada’s legal advisor to cabinet believes Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court officials are frustrating judges from dealing with Grenada MP’s dual citizenship issue.
The 44-year-old Guyana national is leaving the country on Friday after 20 months of coaching the national team.
The Domincan Republic and the World Bank today signed a US$19.4 million loan agreement to enhance social and economic opportunities for disadvantaged Dominicans.
More than £500,000 in aid allocated to those most affected in Belize, Jamaica, St Lucia, Dominica and Haiti in the aftermath of recent hurricanes in Caribbean.
Civil society organisations in the Dominican Republic suggest that a plan be designed so that the money sent home be used to fight poverty and stimulate development
The United Nations is set to publicly issue its ruling on the boundary dispute between Guyana and Suriname.
According to police, 968 persons were murdered during the first eight months of 2007 compared to 845 for the corresponding period last year.
Trinidad & Tobago’s Chief Magistrate, Sherman McNicolls, is accused of accepting a TT$400,000 bribe from insurance and banking powerhouse CL Financial.
Mitchell calls on St Lucians to honour the legacy of the late Sir John Compton as thousands said final adieu to the “Father of the Nation”.
In the opening match of the NORCECA Women’s Continental Championship the Trinidad and Tobago women’s volleyball team were easily defeated by the United States team.
The U.N’s 62nd General Assembly gets underway with discussions on a number of major issues including counterterrorism and global warming.
The French health minister has issued a warning to residents of Martinique and Guadeloupe limiting their intake of vegetables and spring water.