Officials in St Kitts and Nevis are in an all out battle against the abuse of children in the twin-island federation and are establishing a new National Child Protection Protocol to deal with those cases.
Minister of Economic Affairs Dr David Estwick, has announced a comprehensive overhaul of the Barbados Industrial Development Corporation (BIDC) to give it more flexibility in meeting the needs of those it is intended to help.
Information Minister Daryl Vaz is seeking to assure people in and outside of Jamaica that business and tourist activities in the resort areas of Jamaica have not been affected by the recent unrest in sections of Western Kingston.
This year’s hurricane season, which begins in another four days, is shaping up to be one of the most active ones in recent times.
Caribbean nations and the United States yesterday began talks aimed at forging a security cooperation arrangement to tackle criminal and security threats to the region.
Add another casualty to the scores killed in efforts to capture alleged drug lord Christopher 'Dudus' Coke. A 63-year-old businessman was shot dead, reportedly in view of his family, as security forces stormed his home following information that the wanted man may have been hiding in the area.
Some of those counted in the 73 civilians killed during the recent Tivoli Gardens battle between security forces and gunmen may actually have been murder victims who met their deaths elsewhere.
The US State Department says it doesn’t know anything about a US government report which American network ABC said had named Jamaica’s Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a criminal affiliate of alleged drug lord Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.
The Antigua and Barbuda government which now has 25 percent stake in West Indies Oil Company (WIOC) will own it fully in a matter of weeks, and open the opportunity to citizens to buy into both the fuel and real estate business of the company.
AFP, Jamaica: Slum dwellers in Kingston are seething with anger at Jamaica's security forces' house-to-house searches for a powerful druglord, with the death toll rising but no trace of the operation's target.
Guardian, Trinidad: Diego Martin West MP Keith Rowley has been recommended as Opposition Leader by the PNM's General Council, after yesterday's resignation of PNM political leader Patrick Manning.
Express, Trinidad: 'The General Election of May 2010 did not result in victory for the People's National Movement. As Political Leader I accept full responsibility for this result.
CNN, Jamaica: West Indies cricket officials have moved two international matches from Jamaica due to the outbreak of violence on the Caribbean island.
Observer, Jamaica: Promotional activities for Jamaica's tourism product in the international marketplace has ceased given the sustained attention being placed by the local and international media on the unrest in sections of Kingston and St Catherine.