Trinidad and Tobago is the fourth country earmarked for the pilot intervention that seeks to address gang formation and gang violence among and against youths.
Security has been increased for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three of her cabinet colleagues following the discovery of an alleged assassination plot.
Having external observer missions at election time is important, but no longer enough.
The Jamaican auto parts dealer accused of being a lottery scam master-mind is now out on J$15 million bail.
The Cayman Islands police force has reportedly broadened its corruption investigation into Premier McKeeva Bush, according to Offshore Alert.
The US-based Stanford Investors Committee is calling on the US courts to keep liquidators away from US$330 million in frozen assets.
Flight disruptions on LIAT are still a real possibility according to the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots’ Association.
Caribbean sex workers say they would be willing to pay taxes if regional governments were to recognise their profession.
The Bermudan government has identified gaming as a strategic imperative for its economy and it wants public backing on this.
Jamaica Money Market Brokers triples its half-year profit in comparison to same period last year.
Guardian, Trinidad: The country’s security forces have been placed on high alert after a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three of her Cabinet ministers was uncovered.
Observer, Jamaica: Minister Andrew Holness has defended his decision to homeschool his sons, following criticism that the move could be seen as an indictment on the Jamaican education system.
ABC News, USA: It's a good news-bad news deal for tourism in the sun-soaked Caribbean. Visits are surging but revenues are not keeping pace.
Stabroek News, Guyana: PPP/C candidate Manzoor Nadir last evening urged Lodge residents to come out and vote for the incumbent party on Monday, saying voter apathy is a key variable in these elections.