Major changes have been proposed for United Kingdom (UK) immigration and visa regulations next year that could affect how easily and how long people are allowed to visit Britain.
British Airways awarded ‘World’s Leading Airline, 2007’ at the prestigious World Traveller Awards in Turks and Caicos.
Barbados Shipping and Trading (BS&T) shareholders will have to wait until next year to find out whether Trinidadian industrial giant, Neal & Massy can live up to its commitment to buy their shares.
Twelve heads of states are set to participate in the Fourth Petrocaribe Conference, scheduled for Cienfuegos, Cuba tomorrow.
The investigation into allegations of misconduct against Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma by an international tribunal has ruled there is not sufficient evidence for his removal from office.
Following a historic agreement inked yesterday between representatives of the region and the EU, musicians will be able to move freely across Europe.
Hurricane forecasters in the United States say that 2008 Atlantic Hurricane Season should be just above average.
A 35-year-old Grenadian health care worker has been killed by a stray bullet in New York.
The national carrier Air Jamaica has won three awards at the World Travel Awards held in neighbouring Turks and Caicos.
The death toll has climbed to 35 with one missing after Tropical Storm Olga swept the Dominican Republic.
The West Indies team completed a stunning victory over South Africa in their opening Twenty20 match which was shortened by rain.
According to police reports a female Coast Guard officer in Trinidad has killed her common-law husband after years of abuse..
A University of Indiana underwater archaeology team claims to have the discovered the ship abandoned by 17th century pirate Captain Kidd.
Tpurism authorities in Aruba are being warned against depending too heavily on tourism..