Tourism Minister Richard Sealy reports "a buzz" among travel industry stakeholders in Brazil that suggests the island has scored with Brazil's GOL airline.
A Grenadian has made history by becoming the first person from his country and the English-speaking Caribbean to get a place on one of the committees of a United Nations body.
Stabroek News, Guyana: The policeman who is alleged to have fatally shot Patentia schoolboy Kelvin Fraser was remanded to prison yesterday when he appeared before acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson charged with the capital offence.
Star, St Lucia: Shock waves rippled through the arts community on Friday June 25. Athanasius Seon La Borde was murdered at his Summersdale home.
AP, Guyana: Sniffer dogs are being blamed for airport security lapses in Guyana, where police said Monday that their canines are too old or not skilled enough to detect drugs stuffed inside suitcases.
Canadian Press, Haiti: The U.S. Embassy is advising travellers to exercise caution in Haiti after four U.S. citizens were killed in separate robberies near Port-au-Prince's airport.
Observer, Jamaica: In this column on May 25 it was suggested that Christopher Coke who is wanted in the USA on drug-trafficking and gun-running charges should turn himself over to the police and fight the battle through the courts to avoid confrontation with the authorities which could lead to bloodshed.
eTaiwan News, Taiwan: Three political factions in Suriname announced Sunday they have formed a majority bloc in Parliament, while a former military dictator struggled to create alliances to build the next coalition government.
Caribbean Press Releases: Representatives of LIAT's management and the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) met on Monday 28th June 2010 at LIAT's headquarters in Antigua to discuss issues relating to the recent industrial action by LIALPA.
AP, USA: Former Jamaican track star Raymond Stewart, who went on to coach banished American sprinter Jerome Young and other Olympic medalists, has been kicked out of the sport for life for obtaining performance-enhancing drugs for his athletes.
Travel Weekly, USA: Hilton Worldwide will no longer operate the Hilton Kingston Jamaica, as Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will assume management on July 1.
The matter of who will represent Christopher 'Dudus' Coke in his drug and gun running case in the US courts has still not been finalised.
AFP, Trinidad: Trinidad and Tobago's newly elected Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar is launching a war on litterbugs in the oil-rich nation branded as one of the region's most unclean countries.
Stabroek News, Guyana: One person is dead and several others injured after two vehicles heading south along the Pearl Public Road on the East Bank of Demerara collided with each other and speeding was said to be a key factor.