There have been calls for the resignation of a government minister over an alleged criminal incident. The matter could be discussed at this week’s Cabinet meeting.
Antigua and Barbuda and the oil-rich Kazakhstan on the Caspian Sea have established diplomatic relations.
More than 70 members of the island’s motor sport fraternity have been honoured at the Barbados Rally Club’s annual prizegiving
The 24th Annual Run Barbados 2007 is incorporating an entertainment aspect, organisers have announced.
Denzil Douglas is unhappy with a “weak” Commonwealth position on climate change while Stephen Harper denies blocking a stronger deal on carbon emissions.
A woman executive in the tourism industry in the Caribbean has been named among the 33 most innovative individuals in the industry for 2007.
At 11 am, five hours after the start of the market day on the southern border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, the driver of the bright red Haitian truck named “God of Justice” swung down the back gate and started unloading the full load of 60kg burlap bags of coffee.
The International Monetary Fund has expressed concern about fiscal deterioration and rising public sector debt in St Vincent and the Grenadines and called on the government to take “painful” measures to correct it – including cutting public sector jobs.
Baldwin Spencer wants the Caribbean to become the world’s first “Carbon Neutral” tourism destination.
Minister of Finance and the Economy Dr Errol Cort says he’s fully supports by the World Trade Organisation “Aid for Trade” initiative and has welcomed a move by the World Bank to finance it.
Newly appointed Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Matthew Walter, said he was alarmed over the amount of money Dominica spends importing food.
The former Jack Tar Village in St Kitts – now the Royal St Kitts Hotel & Casino – has rebranded and renovated and is re-opening with a new look and feel, the family-run business has announced.
Need for greater investment in science and technology as one way to boost Jamaica’s declining productivity levels.
Suriname has not exactly calmed down politically since a United Nations tribunal settled its long-time maritime border row with neighbouring Guyana in September.