Barbados wants regional solution for CLICO at CARICOM meeting.
Barbados Minister of Finance characterises low-cost airline’s business model as unsound.
LIAT reveals preliminary investigators’ findings into hangar fire.
Trinidadian company Sacha Cosmetics targets Cuban market.
Nation News, Barbados: The Barbados Government could soon be faced with legal action from REDjet.
Guardian, Trinidad: New National Security Minister Jack Warner faced a barrage of insults as he presided over the demolition the Highway Re-Route Movement’s protest camp in Debe, south Trinidad, early yesterday.
Stabroek News, Guyana: A policeman was yesterday charged with raping a 15-year-old girl at the Matthew’s Ridge Police Station, after which he allegedly allowed another man to do the same to her.
Observer, Antigua: Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has defended the decision of his administration to invest EC $8 million (US $2.96 million) in the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT.
Courthouse News, USA: A passenger on the Caribbean Airlines flight that crashed and split in two in Guyana last year claims in court that the injuries she suffered stemmed from the airline's negligence.
Observer, Jamaica: Jamaica is said to be risking a fallout with the European Union (EU) over its failure to honour an obligation under the European Partnership Agreement (EPA) it signed in 2008 to cut the tariff on goods imported from Europe.
Reuters, USA: Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake will offer the world a tantalizing taste of what may be in store at the London Olympics when the two speedsters go head to head at the Jamaica national athletics championships starting on Thursday.
Official teaser trailer for the Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn Pt 2.
ALBA bloc maintains that US agency threatens the sovereignty and stability of member nations.
Haitians threaten to torch affluent area if their shanties are destroyed for a flood-control project.