Nation News, Barbados: Thirty-one-year-old Melissa Holder of Danesbury, Black Rock, St Michael, suffered a miscarriage after being beaten by a man on Tuesday night.
Reuters, Cuba: Cuba's government, trying to save money and wean its citizens from subsidies, said on Wednesday it will remove soap, toothpaste and detergent from the monthly ration of food and consumer products it has handed out since the early days of the Cuban revolution.
Boston.com, Haiti: A Nantucket man working in Haiti on a humanitarian mission was freed from prison there after 18 days when a judge in the country declined to bring kidnapping charges against him, his aid organization said last night.
Express, Trinidad: Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Ltd is examining a social programme where male role models will be used for the "advancement of the Caribbean male", managing director of the bank Richard Young said yesterday.
Fox, USA: Twenty-three new cases of cholera have been registered in the Dominican Republic, raising the number of cases of the disease in the Caribbean nation to 105, health officials said.
Examiner, UK: The lionfish invasion continues in the Caribbean and Florida Keys. The spread of the invasive lionfish has been well chronicled here and in other media outlets. Now, one organization has taken the battle to a completely new level!
In three weeks, the residents of St John will go to the polls to select a parliamentary representative to fill the void left by late MP and Prime Minister David Thompson.
The internal dissident movement in Cuba faces some big challenges in 2011, after ending the year with low marks from the top U.S. diplomat in Havana.
Joe LaFleur is honoured by the largest and most respected geothermal association in the world for the Nevis Geothermal project.
The New Year will see the government paying more attention to developing and promoting projects to create and utilize renewable energy.
The Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) in Toronto has passed on thousands of dollars raised at a concert to an international organisation which will help Jamaicans affected by Tropical Storm Nicole.
That situation could worsen the country’s existing food security problems.
Authorities in Haiti ban the consumption of fish from a lake bordering the Dominican Republic following a fish kill.
An attack on a British couple more than a year ago is causing problems for Tobago now, but a new promise of compensation is seeking to put the matter to rest.