Grenada’s opposition party has accused the Keith Mitchell administration of spying on a private meeting of its executive and wants Scotland Yard to investigate the allegation.
A regional official has issued a call to Caribbean leaders to get tough on human trafficking.
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has signed a Financing Agreement worth eight million euros to fund its HIV/AIDS fight.
It’s had to pay more for fuel, but the Belize government said it won’t be passing on the increase to consumers. Instead it will reduce the fuel tax.
The World Bank has warned that developing countries like those in the Caribbean will be hardest hit by climate change. But it says the good news is that tackling the problem could provide opportunities for long-term economic progress in those countries.
The Chinese army has given Barbados millions of dollars in equipment for its Defence Force, with promises of more aid to come in the form of training.
Two days after being granted JA$10 million (US$141,944) bail on charges stemming from the Cuban light bulb scandal, former junior energy minister, Kern Spencer remains behind bars.
Government and civil organisations in Guyana have agreed to support a national security plan to deal with the escalation of crime in the country.
Trinidadian conglomerate Neal and Massy will know by tomorrow whether or not it has enough Barbados and Shipping Trading (BS&T) shares in hand to allow it to fully take over the company.
Concerns about the safety of LIAT pilots and cabin crew have prompted the airline’s management to cut back on its service to Guyana for the time being
After months of uncertainty and speculation centred on former President Fidel Castro, Cuba’s obsessive spotlight has shifted to the changes needed in the country, and questions about how far the new government of President Raúl Castro will be willing to go.
The Western Union Company has teamed up with a Barbados bank to allow money transfers to go both ways for the first time.
It’s not a major foreign exchange earner for Guyana but the tourism industry has been allocated GUY$300 million (US$1.47 million) in government’s 2008 national budget to enhance the sector.
Cuba and Guyana have reached agreement on a work programme that will see Georgetown benefiting form assistance in several areas including agriculture, education and sports.