The Jamaica government says it will take decisive steps to diversify the country’s energy sources and reduce its reliance on crude oil, as part of a package of wide ranging initiatives it will put in place this year.
The Jamaica government is aiming for its overseas employment programme to become one of the country’s largest industries.
The National Trade Union Congress of Belize (NTUCB) has objected to efforts by Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) to get a rate increase, arguing that the company hasn’t taken full advantage of opportunities to get fuel at a cheaper price.
A United States company that recently opened operations in the Caribbean has announced a plan to use internet technology to help boost tourism in Dominica.
A telecommunications regulatory authority is in the works for the British overseas territory of Montserrat.
The Grenada government has signed a multi-million dollar investment agreement with an Irish-owned company that will see a marina village established on the island’s south coast.
The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) administration will table its 2008/2009 in Parliament today, with the estimates of expenditure expected to increase significantly from the one crafted by the former People’s National Party (PNP) government.
Majority shareholders of the Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (RBTT) have bought into the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) takeover of the twin-island republic’s largest commercial bank.
An international fugitive being sought for rape has been apprehended after taking a holiday break in Barbados.
The United States (US) is expected to propose a settlement in its five-year gaming dispute with Antigua and Barbuda by next week.
Air Jamaica flight attendants were back on the job late yesterday after staging a sick out to protest a range of issues.
The conflict between Antigua and Barbuda and flour-producing countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is expected to be resolved by month-end.
Premier of Nevis and Minister of Tourism, Joseph Parry has called for fair treatment and equal opportunities for hotel workers.
Belizeans are paying more for fuel at the pumps.