The acting Secretary General says the Secretariat will have to do more with less, but that doesn’t mean job cuts.
The 72-hour suspension by the US Transport Security Administration follows a threat that an explosive device could be placed on a flight.
Regional leaders have done little to alter the growing public perception that Caricom is failing in its mission.
By the time Deshawn Simon was 12 years old, he had sex with four men.By age 16 he was living a life of being gay.
Police in Antigua say the man used a pair of shoe laces to take his own life.
Last Friday, the Barbados International Business Association featured speaker was Jamaican-Canadian Michael Lee Chin and the topic was “Prosperity through Challenging Conventional Paradigms”.
The Caribbean will not escape the amazing events the world has witnessed in North African and Middle-Eastern countries over the last few weeks says Sir Ronald Sanders.
The Trinidad and Tobago flag carrier responds to increased demand for flights to the twin-island republic for this year’s Carnival.
The two are advised to focus on championing human rights.
The country is expecting to benefit significantly from the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative.
Observer, Jamaica: The Earthquake Unit at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona, has confirmed a magnitude 3.2 tremor, which struck near Shirley Castle in Portland at 12:04 this morning.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Some CARICOM employees may soon find themselves out of jobs as the Community looks to adopt belt tightening measures with the proposal of a reduced budget.
While it has the attention of regional experts, other people living in the region need to be interested, a St Kitts and Nevis official says.
Gleaner, Jamaica: Reggae superstar Buju Banton could lose his dreadlocks if he is sentenced to serve time in a federal prison.