April, 2010

Election eruption

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).

Travellers threaten to sue Air Jamaica

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.

Strong seas take boy, 14

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.

Gov't to pump US$50m into CAL/Air Jamaica deal

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.