Nationals of Guyana and St Lucia are casting their ballots to elect a new government for the next five years.
Nation News, Barbados: As Bajans debate the wisdom of the National Insurance Scheme investing in the Four Seasons hotel and resort project, Standard & Poor’s says it would be good economically for the country.
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Observer, Jamaica: Government yesterday launched a US$20 million infrastructure loan facility to support growth in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector.
Express, Trinidad: Both the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Australian government updated their travel advisories on this country yesterday, in light of the reported plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three of her Cabinet ministers.
Observer, Antigua: A pilot with regional carrier LIAT appears today in a Barbados court to answer several drug charges after he allegedly tried to smuggle 65 pounds of cannabis into that country.
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia: Cuba will allow banks to lend money to small businesses, private farmers and those who want to repair or build homes – a revolutionary step for the communist government.
Stabroek News, Guyana: Cabinet has declared Monday, November 28, the day designated for National and Regional Elections as a public holiday.
USA Today, USA: Should every cabin on a cruise ship come with an iPad? At least one major line is giving the idea a try.
The US Embassy said the 172 Haitian migrants were found in overcrowded boats during two separate patrols by the US Coast Guard.
Dr. Stafford Griffith of the University of the West Indies' School of Education said the move is in response to multiple requests from CXC member countries.
The US Embassy in Georgetown has urged Americans to take several precautions because of past incidents of election violence in Guyana.
Trinidad and Tobago Trade Minister Stephen Cadiz says the ferry service could begin operating by June 2012.
Police and fire officers are casting their ballots at two polling stations ahead of November 28 general election.