Barbadian pop star, Rihanna, is set to perform at the 50th Grammy Awards early next month, where she is nominated for four awards.
Former West Indies cricket captain Sir Viv Richards will officially declare open the Stanford 20/20 Cricket Tournament on Saturday at the Stanford Cricket Ground in Antigua.
Barbados is advertising throughout North America and Europe for soccer players an attempt to qualify for its first World Cup.
A major investment club in Jamaica has given in to a demand for it to register with the country’s Financial Services Commission (FSC).
In national elections for the Cuban parliament’s next five-year term, all nominated candidates were elected, including President Fidel Castro, who has been away from government duties since Jul. 31, 2006 for health reasons.
Matters relating to free movement and culture and trade in the in the CARICOM Single Market and Economy will be high on the agenda of the second joint meeting of the Council for Trade and Economic Development and the Council for Human and Social Development.
The new government of Barbados will continue talks with Canada on a number of bilateral issues, including the implementation of a free trade agreement between the two countries.
Suriname stands to lose the bulk of the 1.17 million Euros in aid given to its rice industry as it fails to meet obligations under a project funded by the European Union .
A Canadian company has discovered what is says is a significant natural gas well in Trinidad and Tobago.
It will not be business as usual for Barbados’ private sector over the next five years of the David Thompson-led government administration.
Jamaica’s prime minister is calling on the University of the West Indies to be more proactive and provide the intellectual leadership the region needs to survive in a new and emerging global environment.
According to the premier of Nevis, the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Mediation Centre on Nevis could not have come at a better time for the island, in light of its growing economy and expanding population.
OECS Director General Dr. Len Ishmael is expressing concern over the potential long term negative effects of the current boom in development in some OECS member states.
Concerned over the rise of “realist” influence over the final year of the Bush administration’s foreign policy might extend to Cuba, right-wing hawks are mobilising against any possibility that Washington might ease its hard-line stance.