A week after he suggested on a political platform that the country’s entire Electoral Commission should resign, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer has taken the next step to have them sent packing.
About two-thirds of Air Jamaica workers will be rehired and the government will get 16 percent stake in Caribbean Airlines (CAL) as the divestment deal between the two state-owned carriers takes effect this weekend.
FirstCaribbean International Bank has partnered with Sybase, the global leader in mobile messaging and mobile commerce services, to provide customers with banking services on the go.
The Barbados government is trying to get cruise ships to stay here longer. And allowing them to open their casinos while docked here is now under consideration.
As a result of an intensified campaign on tax evaders, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has closed in on thousands of businesses across the country.
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Bruce Golding may be returning to Brazil within months, to strengthen economic bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Whether or not St Lucia is conforming with laws to enable the establishment of business by Caribbean Community (CARICOM) citizens is under investigation.
Sir Ronald Sanders says several Caribbean countries could be stigmatized globally if they support a proposition to topple the global ban on commercial whaling and legitimize the heinous slaughter of these intelligent mammals.
Agriculture in Jamaica appears to be defying the odds.
Express, Trinidad: A storm has erupted in the election campaign over the resignation of a judge and magistrate to run as candidates for the United National Congress (UNC).
Gleaner, Jamaica: Several Air Jamaica passengers are threatening to file lawsuits against the airline and the Government if they lose their jobs in the United States after the cancellation of flights because of yesterday's strike action by employees.
Nation News, Barbados: Fourteen-year-old Jamar Bailey of Greenidge Road, Hindsbury Road, St Michael, died yesterday after being swept away by strong sea currents in the area behind M.G. Tucker & Company Ltd, Bay Street.
GIS, Barbados: Legislation related specifically to cruise ships staying longer in port in Barbados, including allowing them to open their casinos, is "already under way".
Guardian, Trinidad: The T&T Government plans to invest US$50 million into Caribbean Airlines Ltd (CAL) so that its operating and capital expenditure can be met on May 1 when CAL takes over the "profit-making" routes which were serviced by Air Jamaica.