Digicel has gone to the court to try to break Cable and Wireless' monopoly on international calls in Antigua and Barbuda.
Tribune, Bahamas: The US government has already wielded the 'big stick' to force the Bahamas to enhance intellectual property rights protection, Tribune Business can reveal, threatening to withdraw this nation's trade benefits and support for its World Trade Organisation (WTO) accession unless the compulsory TV licensing regime was disbanded.
Latin American Times, Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico aspires to become the Hollywood of the Caribbean, a goal that local authorities are intending to achieve with the establishment of a $57 million film studio in the island.
Black Muslim leader, Yasin Abu Bakr, who led the 1990 coup in Trinidad and Tobago is back in jail on a murder charge.
Nicole has dissipated after just a few hours of being a tropical storm, but its effects continue.
Casualties reported from the heavy rains generated by Tropical Storm Nicole.
Residents of a number of camps recently told IPS they are neither ready nor willing to participate in the Nov. 28 elections, for which the international community is paying two-thirds of the $29 million cost.
From 2012, the Common Entrance Exam will be no more.
A senior Canadian official says the issue is still on the table.
The IDB says greater efficiency could save the country $285 million in electricity costs over 20 years.
The Jamaica Prime Minister calls on the United Nations for agreement on restriction on trade of small arms.
One man from Bahamas and another from Haiti were among four men charged in the US state of Florida.
The Jamaican reggae artiste will wait a while longer before making a case for bail.
It’s not yet a storm but tropical depression number 16 has prompted storm warnings as it drenches Jamaica, Bahamas and eastern Cuba. Jamaica feeling flood effects.