Huffington Post, USA (Blog): The now-infamous "Barefoot Bandit" was nabbed earlier this month after crash landing a plane in the Bahamas. Nineteen year old Colton Harris Moore is suspected of stealing the plane from Indiana.
Toronto Star, Cuba: Canadian tourists should think twice before getting behind the wheel during trips in Mexico, China, Guatemala and Cuba, the Foreign Affairs Department warns.
Gleaner, Jamaica: The savings were relatively small at less than five per cent, but in the first calendar quarter Jamaica's reduced demand for imports cut its spending bill on foreign goods by US$59.5 million, Statin has reported.
An IDB fund has donated millions for pilot projects in Caribbean countries that beat out hundreds of others.
Meetings with tourism players in China make headway.
The Jamaica government is working on resuming railroad service.
The Jamaica government says its focus now is attracting investment in a push for economic growth.
The government is pushing legislation that will make it a lot easier and more efficient to do business in The Bahamas.
A Working Group makes recommendations to freshen the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) approach to attracting tourism.
Information released by Central Bank at odds with other sources.
Observer, Jamaica: Several passengers on the ill-fated American Airlines (AA) plane that crashed in Kingston last December have filed legal claims against the airline, AA officials confirmed yesterday.
Kaieteur News, Guyana: A Guyanese couple who left home early Monday to fish in Suriname waters just off Nickerie are missing, and relatives fear the worst.
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia: Rihanna is feeling the pressure as she organises the hens' night for Katy Perry.
Guardian, Trinidad: Renowned calypso icon Slinger Francisco, popularly known as Sparrow, is resting comfortably at a private hospital in Maryland, United States, after undergoing emergency surgery.