With equal doses of caution and hope, Cuban researchers are to test the cancer-fighting properties of the toxin produced by the blue scorpion.
An assistant commissioner of police and a constable were killed by gunmen on Thursday and the force has offered a J$2m (US$77,000) bounty.
The video web portal YouTube is proving popular among several political parties in the Caribbean according to an American-Caribbean press investigation.
The IMF says its just-ended talks with St Vincent and the Grenadines on the 2007 economic performance included reducing public debt, increasing revenue, and providing a social security net for the poor.
Freedom of movement of workers in the Caribbean has increased financial risks to banks as a result of bad credit.
It was not a violent wind but a violent shaking – by the strongest earthquake to hit the Caribbean in 244 years – that signalled the official end of a very active hurricane season.
Two people were seriously injured when they jumped from buildings in Martinique and two others trampled in a panic stampede in Barbados during Thursday’s earthquake which injured more than 100 others across the Caribbean.
Horrified and scared people poured into the streets of Caribbean countries as the strongest earthquake in 33 years shook islands for hundreds of miles.
The West Indies selectors have made only slight changes in their choice for a squad for the team’s upcoming tour of South Africa.
Jamaica’s Minister of Sports, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, has lauded the World’s fastest man on winning a major IAAF award.
The 2007 hurricane season officially comes to an end this Friday with a mere six of the 14 named storms becoming hurricanes this year.
According to the latest UN Human Development Index Barbados and The Bahamas are still the best Caribbean countries to live in.
Police are investigating a murder-suicide following the discovery of the bodies of a man and his 10-year-old son.
A local government elections candidate of the JLP party remains in hospital after undergoing surgery for a gunshot wound.