The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are being advised to work together if they want to survive the global food shortage affecting people across the entire world.
Cash Plus Limited boss, Carlos Hill and his brother will remain in custody for now, following their failure yesterday to obtain bail during a court appearance on fraud-related charges.
The Cabinet of Belize has approved a number of constitutional amendments that will, among other things, put a limit on how long the country’s leader can stay in office and give greater power to the Senate.
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will consider the possibility of offering aid to Haiti as the country faces food shortages that have led to island wide protests.
A Las Vegas-based travel agency has kicked off a boycott of St. Kitts’ tourism product, prompted by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), saying that it will not be recommending travel or booking trips to the Caribbean island to its 300,000-plus clients.
The 25th Special Meeting of the Caribbean Community’s (CARICOM) Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) on the Environment opened yesterday with the acknowledgement that collective action is critical to confronting the environmental challenges facing the region.
A sophisticated Japanese satellite system is being commissioned to help countries in Latin America and the Caribbean adapt to climate change threats.
There is a suggestion that migration of Caribbean citizens to other parts of the world is actually helping regional economies.
Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL), one of the Caribbean’s largest companies, has filed court action to recoup millions of dollars it said it lost as a result of the Guyana government’s decision to import cement from outside the region without imposing a required tax.
The Nevis Island Assembly has passed a historic piece of legislation that will see properties here being taxed based on market value.
Barbados-based international business corporation, Columbus Communications has announced the acquisition of Grenada Cablevision Limited, officially launching its operations under the brand, Flow Grenada.
Talks arranged by three Windward Island leaders to try to reach a solution to the impasse in their countries’ banana sectors have been put on hold.
The boss of embattled investment scheme, Cash Plus Limited, along with two of the company’s executives, including the head’s brother are all expected to appear in court today on fraud-related charges.
A green, red and yellow-striped umbrella is all that keeps Hernite Joseph from the searing sun as she takes apart a frozen chicken with a screwdriver and places the small pieces into neat piles stacked three high.