A flow control system implemented by air traffic controllers at the VC Bird International Airport in Antigua has been disrupting flights in and out of the island during the Christmas rush.
Trinidad’s Prime Minister Patrick Manning has been given a Christmas gift from the Cuban government – it will foot the bill for the surgery which Cuban doctors performed last week to remove a malignant tumour from his left kidney.
Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick has suspended the country’s parliament amid a power struggle that has seen some of his colleagues calling on him to step down.
Human rights group Amnesty International has criticised the St Kitts and Nevis government for executing a convicted murderer last week, describing it as shameless.
The conviction of a Haitian journalist has prompted the Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) to write to Haiti’s President Rene Preval, urging him to address the situation.
The Jamaica government will be turning to the use of DNA, among other developments in technology, to help law enforcement officials here solve crimes.
A new US$40 million floating bridge linking the east and west of Guyana has opened up to the public with officials predicting that it will improve business between the two sides.
Disaster preparedness officials in Montserrat have raised the hazard level of the Soufriere Hills Volcano following steadily increasing activity over the last 10 days.
Barbados’ largest bank heist may have been even bigger than initially thought. The Central Bank, which last month reported the disappearance of BDS$1.4 million (US$700,000) in new 100-dollar bills, yesterday revealed that BDS$100,000 (US$50,000) more is missing from its vaults.
The two Barbadian photojournalists arrested after a confrontation with police over the weekend were released on bail after appearing in court yesterday.
The Barbados National Oil Company Limited (BNOCL) and an American company could soon be digging for more oil in the east of the island.
The St Kitts-Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce has given the government’s 2009 budget a thumbs up, saying that it is sensible in the current global financial climate.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is financing a facility to help countries in the region who are feeling the pinch of the global credit crisis.
A Jamaican man who was previously convicted for bigamy in England, has been jailed for rape and faces deportation for the third time.