More Haitian children to be vaccinated in a UN-backed campaign.
Jamaica’s Tourism Minister unveils a new tourism incentive programme.
It will be another few months before Jamaican public sector workers know which of them will be sent home.
Jamaica's Education Minister denies reports that tuition fees for tertiary level students will make a big jump next year, although increases are coming.
Antigua Labour Party leader Lester Bird isn’t giving up on his attempts to quash a tribunal investigating electoral commissioners.
A special Select Committee of Guyana’s parliament has been set up to look into making it illegal to intentionally spread HIV.
"Fatal flaws" in the career of a judge in the Cayman Islands could see her kicked off the bench.
Students will become the masters when graduates of the Caribbean Academy of Fashion & Design (CAFD) at the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT), have their designs prominently featured at the "Makin Style Gala Fashion Collection" on August 7th.
Stabroek News, Guyana: President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday pledged some US$30 million over the next three years to purchase laptops for poor families.
Guardian, Trinidad: Holding on to your phone while chatting and driving may land you in legal trouble by year's-end.
Advocate, Barbados: The CLICO matter should be resolved shortly, says Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Senator Darcy Boyce.
AP, USA: Usain Bolt thinks about winning the gold medal more than setting another world record.
MSNBC, Haiti: Haitian police and radio say at least 22 people have been killed in two bus accidents near the capital this week.
Daily Mail, UK: A British millionairess strip club owner has been stabbed to death while on holiday in the Dominican Republic.