Newly upgraded Tropical Storm Noel is approaching the twin-state island of Hispaniola where heavy rainfall is already causing damage.
Nelson Mandela took a brief courtesy call from members of a political party in Trinidad and Tobago but did not endorsed either in the upcoming general elections
St Kitts and Nevis is among several Caribbean nations that are getting special assistance from Italy to promote food security.
In the 50th Anniversary season of the Barbados Rally Club, Josh Read has added his name to the list of distinguished champions
With additional airlift in place this winter season, St Lucia tourism officials have taken a marketing campaign to Canada to fill those seats.
A fictional movie about cricket match fixing, produced in Barbados, makes it debut at the American Black Film Festival this weekend.
A tropical disturbance located over the British Virgin Islands has the potential to become the next tropical depression, the National Hurricane Centre has said.
Stevenson King has reportedly thrown his support behind a bid by the Korean car maker, Hyundai-Kia, to host the 2012 World Expo in the South Korean city of Yeosu.
The US has missed its deadline to pay compensation to several countries over withdraw of access to its online gambling market but has been given a new deadline.
Martinique has reported another death from dengue fever since an outbeak started in August.
Police said they intercepted a gang of men which has been sexually abusing boys but two remain on the run.
Europe has proposed a “blue card” system – equivalent to the American “green card” – to attract professionals from the Caribbean to fill a shortfall in labour among their own nationals.
The European Commission appears to be backing away from its hard-line stance for the finalisation of economic partnership agreements.
Jamaica’sMinistry of Energy, Mining and Telecommunications, has launched the promotion of the E-Transaction Act (ETA) 2007.