The prime minister of St Kitts insists his government has no intention of severing diplomatic relations with the Republic of China on Taiwan in favor of mainland China.
With its vast array of cascading waterways among other pristine natural resources, Guyana is capable of promoting renewable energy by becoming one of the central points of hydropower supply in the Caribbean.
Carlton Wilson, Jamaica’s assistant commissioner of police, said 2007 was an active year in terms of drug seizures with the number of ecstasy tablets seized doubling those from the previous year.
Conceding defeat at last Tuesday’s hotly contested general election in Barbados, former prime minister Owen Arthur remarked on the peaceful, uncontentious nature of the conduct of those polls.
Police reports reveal Jamaica’s murder rate saw a 17 per cent increase over the previous year.
St Kitts and Nevis has been invited to host the fifth Petro Caribe Summit in June this year according to Earl Asim Martin, minister of public utilities, transport and posts said during a press conference.
An 18-member cabinet was revealed to Barbadians in an announcement by Prime Minister David Thompson on Saturday January 19 at Kensignton Oval.
The number of political prisoners in Cuba fell last year, but arbitrary detentions increased, according to a report released by the Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation.
When the new parliamentary session opens in Barbados, former Prime Minister Owen Arthur will not lead the opposition Barbados Labour Party.
Guyana’s President Bharrat Jagdeo is getting support for his suggestion that the Caribbean stands to gain little from the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) just signed with Europe.
Fast bowler Ravi Rampaul and batsman Sewnarine Chattergoon have joined the West Indies for the five-match One-Day International series and final Twenty20 International against South Africa.
Barbadian pop star Rihanna and Jamaican Ziggy Marley are branding clothing to assist in HIV/AIDS research.
Contracts valued at a total of $251 Million for the construction of an Urban Transportation Centre in Downtown Kingston and the redevelopment of St. William Grant Park are expected to breathe new life into the capital city.
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