A fight over mobile service disruption leads to a court injunction filed by Digicel against the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA).
As industrial action in Grenada continues, more flights are cancelled and rerouted.
Prime Minister Denzil Douglas says his government wants REDjet to fly Barbados-St. Kitts-St. Maarten-Barbados-Guyana route.
The verdict came on the three-year anniversary of the shooting in Antigua that led to the deaths of Benjamin and Catherine Mullany.
NDTV, India: International cricket umpire Clyde Duncan has died in Trinidad and Tobago following a brief illness.
Gleaner, Jamaica: International dancehall artiste Mavado is scheduled to appear in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate Court on August 8 to answer criminal charges laid against him, following an incident in which two men were assaulted.
Guardian, Trinidad: A ministerial team, on its way to bring aid to Moruga residents, had to abort the trip yesterday as hundreds of angry villagers intensified their protest over last weekend’s incident in which three people were shot dead by police officers.
AP, Haiti: Haitian President Michel Martelly has styled himself as a man of the people, a showy former pop star who waded easily into adoring crowds. So the reception he received on his latest trip to his country's north was a surprise: Protesters pelted his entourage with soft drink bottles and rocks.
Nation News, Barbados: Thirty-five-year-old Shawn Anderson Sealy of Fairfield Black Rock, St Michael was shot dead by police in the area of Waterhall Land Bank Hall this afternoon.
BBC, UK: The tourism brochures bill this as paradise and making the descent into the airport after the eight hour flight from the UK you get a sense of why Antigua has earned that description.
Miami Herald, USA: Tampa International Airport expects to begin weekly charter service, possibly as early as September.
Stabroek News, Guyana: After criticism that it has contributed to deaths by neglecting road safety, the Home Ministry has said that the police force has managed to reduce the road death rate, which is lower than the average in both low-income and middle-income countries.
Interests in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico should monitor the progress of Tropical Storm Don closely.
Observer, Jamaica: More than four months after Jamaican Shanique Myrie was finger-raped, verbally abused, locked up and kicked out of Barbados, the Barbadian Government is yet to respond to correspondence from her lawyers.