Chavez to keep in touch with government business during medical visit.
Central Bank Governor said increases were encouraging signs of continued strengthening of sector activities.
Police response time to incidents slow due to high rate of absenteeism.
Earl and Countess take in Barbados’ historic sites.
Observer, Jamaica: Another Jamaican Muslim cleric has been deported from Kenya because of possible links to terrorism.
Monsters & Critics, USA: Britain's Prince Edward urged Barbados leaders to have 'courage, creativity and common sense' to overcome their economic challenges.
Guardian, Trinidad: Unless the Kamla Persad-Bissessar-led administration is able to convince Lawrence Duprey otherwise, the shareholders’ agreement between the Government and CL Financial comes to an end in 110 days time.
Observer, Antigua: There was nothing “extravagant” about millions that were paid to the outside auditor of jailed Texas tycoon R Allen Stanford’s Caribbean bank, an accountant told jurors Thursday at the financier’s fraud trial.
AP, Cuba: A pair of senior U.S. senators have held a late-night meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro, state-run media reported Friday, with the fate of an imprisoned American subcontractor a likely topic.
SKNVibes, St Kitts: The Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization Taleb Rifai heads for St. Kitts later this year to attend the State of the Industry Conference.
Breaking Travel News, USA: Travellers looking for one-stop access to some of the Caribbean’s most desirable destinations can now log onto new English and Spanish websites to special packages to participating InterContinental branded hotels.
Fond Doux joins industry partners, such as Bay Gardens Resorts and JetBlue Airways, in donating a 5-night stay in a one-bedroom cottage.
CariCRIS has reaffirmed its high creditworthiness rating for Republic Bank’s TT$ 1 billion bond issue.
New report places telecommunications as major growth area for Caribbean.