The Queen deserves the adulation and regard that she has been given on her Diamond Jubilee by the British people says Sir Ronald Sanders.
Ministry of Labour agrees to refer impasse between trade union and TCL to the Trinidad and Tobago Industrial Court.
Dr Kenny Anthony has called on the Caribbean Development Bank to immediately implement policies to reverse its credit rating downgrade.
St Kitts Nevis citizenship by investment program receives nearly 300 applications annually.
Global Education Provider Ltd is refusing to allow the Dominica government to thwart its attempt at setting up a medical school on the island.
Accuweather, USA: Showers and thunderstorms continue to bubble up in the northwestern end of the Caribbean at midweek.
Express, Trinidad: Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard has said he never advised the police to stop investigations into allegations of bribery, alleged to have taken place at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Port of Spain on and about May 10, 2011. The allegations involve Works Minister Jack Warner, former vice-president of FIFA.
Gleaner, Jamaica: Digicel is expressing strong opposition to the proposed telecoms tax measures unveiled by Finance Minister, Dr. Peter Phillips, in his budget presentation last week.
Nation News, Barbados: Amid enthusiastic desk thumping from Government MPs, Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler yesterday announced a healthy haul of $1.3 billion in value added tax (VAT) over the past 18 months and a dramatic slashing of the country’s fiscal deficit.
Fox News, USA: The 2011-2012 sugar harvest in Cuba was 16 percent bigger than the year before, but the results were "modest" and "insufficient" following a disappointing growing season, government officials said.
Fox News, USA: The Caribbean country is embarking on an ambition effort to preserve what many say is a global biodiversity hotspot that is home to dozens of endangered species.
Exhumed remains not those of slain Grenada prime minister and colleagues.
Outlook estimates 13 tropical storms including six hurricanes.
Architect of law recognizing slavery as a crime against humanity now heads justice ministry.