Sir John is set to be laid to rest at a private burial following a funeral that will be televised live across the island.
EU negotiator for the Caribbean, Jamaican official Junior Lodge has identified a number of major issues with the Economic Partnership Agreement that still have to be resolved.
Jamaican native Sanya Richards, walked off with a half a million dollars Sunday with a win in her event in the final Golden League meet of the season.
Former Jamaica prime minister, Portia Simpson Miller, has called for a review of the country’s election process.
Jamaica’s newly elected priminister Bruce Golding received a call of support from US president George W. Bush.
Two more Shiite Muslims have been questioned by the Guyana police and the FBI in connection with the JFK airport bomb plot.
The television network that markets to ethnic audiences, BET, has announced a deal to work with the Anguilla Tourist Board in delivering the Fifth Anguilla Tranquility Jazz Festival.
A convicted Jamaican rapist and drug dealer has won the right to appeal a plan by Scottish authorities to deport him to his Caribbean homeland.
Government has changed the date of a state funeral for late prime minister Sir John Compton, moving it up by four days.
The ninth tropical storm of the season formed late Thursday night after tropical depression 8 strengthened by 1mph.
Delta Airlines will start a new weekly non-stop service to St Kitts from Atlanta from February, the government has announced.
Twenty20 cricket might not have been good for the West Indies team but it is prooving to be a dramatic and spectacular crowd puller.
Michael Misick and his wife Lisa-Raye McCoy were among 1,500 guests who paid US$2,300 each to eat dinner with US presidential hopeful Barack Obama.
Government has announced that it reached agreement with Libya to fund the development of transportation infrastructure in Antigua and Barbuda.