Newsday, Trinidad: A 24-year-old man from Gonzales will appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate today charged with the murders of four members of a family who were shot dead on Monday.
Guardian, Trinidad: The US Embassy in Port-of-Spain is denying that since last month it has implemented a quota system that is squeezing T&T citizens who would normally get non- immigrant visas to visit the USA.
Travel Agent Central. USA: Usually it’s honeymooners that are bringing the business to St. Lucia resorts.
SKNVibes, St Kitts: Brijesh ‘BJ’ Lawrence is not a name that is well known on the St. Kitts-Nevis track and field scene.
Fox News, USA: A beloved grandfather from Long Island, N.Y., was shot to death Wednesday on the streets of Haiti’s capital in what officials believe is the first casualty of an American involved in Haitian relief efforts, FoxNews.com has learned.
Observer, Jamaica: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has refuted claims it was responsible for skewed accommodation arrangements for three regional teams in Trinidad and Tobago last week, when they arrived for the sixth round of the WICB first-class championship.
Business Week, USA: The British Court of Appeal on Thursday upheld a ruling that an alleged Ponzi scheme by jailed Texas financier R. Allen Stanford was centered on the Caribbean island of Antigua, not the United States.
Washington Post, USA: The owners of a Puerto Rican fuel depot that exploded in October have been ordered to resume cleanup after contractors walked off the job last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday.
Caribbean News Digital, USA: Grenada is currently experiencing many developments that are expected to positively affect the country’s tourism industry in 2010 and beyond.
Experts have revealed that while the focus was on the earthquake that devastated Haiti’s capital last month, that event actually triggered a series of tsunamis along the country’s coast that killed a few other people and destroyed some homes.
<p>A month after taking over the reins of the opposition United National Congress (UNC) from Basdeo Panday, Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday took the Opposition Leader position in the House of Representatives.</p>
<p>An agriculture official at the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Secretariat has warned that the presence of a fungus known as the black sigatoka in some member countries has the potential to significantly impact their agricultural industries.</p>
<p>Efforts to save Guyana’s valued rice crop as the country tries to cope with the prolonged drought are paying off with GUY$600 million (US$2.9 million) worth of rice saved in just one instance.</p>
<p>A cacophony of murmurs and cries echoed through the neighbourhoods of Haiti's capital city Monday night as a violent aftershock shook people awake. Ten minutes later, another tremor rocked the ground, this time more smoothly back and forth.</p>