The Baldwin Spencer government will remain intact, for the time being, despite a High Court judge ruling in favour of the opposition Antigua Labour Party in three election petitions.
The Antigua Labour Party (ALP) has won three out of the four petitions challenging the outcome of the March 2009 general elections, with Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer and two of his United Progressive Party (UPP) ministers out.
Observer, Jamaica: Families islandwide, and especially those in the Corporate Area, have for months now been plagued by worries over water as the rains refuse to come and the National Water Commission daily rations the essential natural resource.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Saying she was demon possessed, a pastor and several church members on Sunday "treated" a 14-year-old girl for hours by pounding her stomach until she bled. The teen died hours later at the West Demerara Regional Hospital.
Miami Herald, USA: Vivian Blake, a founder of the notorious Shower Posse drug gang that gunned down 1,400 people nationwide over the years, died quietly of natural causes in Jamaica.
St Kitts Nevis Observer, St Kitts: Opposition Leader Hon. Mark Brantley and Chamber of Industry and Commerce President Michael Morton have expressed concerns over the government's Nov 1 scheduled implementation of a Value Added Tax.
Reuters, UK: Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Patrick Manning has been talking about holding an early general election, as parliament prepares to debate a no-confidence motion against him next week.
South Florida Caribbean News, USA: Indictments of the embattled former Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands Michael Misick and his cabinet colleagues Lillian Boyce, Floyd Hall, McAllister Hanchell, and Jeffrey Hall along with unknown others are eagerly anticipated by some residents in the TCI.
Business Week, USA: The global recession is continuing to take a bite out of Bermuda tourism.
Seacoast Online, UK: A woman of passion and spirit, Diane Seagren devoted her life to making the world a better place for the less fortunate and her community a better place to live.
AP, USA: Attorneys representing jailed Texas financier R. Allen Stanford continue falling by the wayside as he awaits trial on charges he bilked investors out of $7 billion as part of a massive Ponzi scheme.
VOA, USA: UNICEF's head of child protection says nearly three months after the earthquake that devastated the country, many challenges remain for children in Haiti.
An investigation is to be launched into why meteorological officials in the Bahamas did not issue any warning prior to a tornado that hit the island of Grand Bahama on Monday and left three people dead.
Trinidad and Tobago now only has a third of its usual water supply and Jamaica is also reporting that reserves have dwindled dangerously low, as drought conditions persist.