CARICOM Secretary General Irwin La Rocque said that the region is confronted with the “troubling and vexing issues of differentiation and graduation which deny many of our countries access to such funding.
Last week, chief executive officer, Ian Brunton confirmed that LIAT had enlisted “contract crews” to replace former Dash-8 pilots who are now flying new ATR aircraft.
The Ministry of Health said that recent studies have revealed that a growing number of persons were testing positive for the sexually transmitted infection (STI).
The scam came to light after the New York Post revealed that some New Yorkers are buying food with their benefit cards and shipping it to their relatives overseas.
Bob Marley’s widow has lived in Ghana for many years and has been involved in numerous charity projects as well as helping to organise the Africa Unite concerts.
Researchers have created a fuel cell that uses bacteria to break down urine to generate enough electricity to charge a mobile phone.
The impact on individuals, businesses and other organisations that are owed money by the Barbados government is serious and leading to higher unemployment, mortgage defaults, project postponements and capital flight says Peter Boos.
Omnicom and Publicis have agreed to merge, forming the world’s largest marketing communications group.
King, who initially refused to shake his opponent’s hand, later addressed party supporters urging them to unite for the task ahead.
Warner, who trounced the People’s Partnership candidate Khadijah Ameen by a two to one margin, said that his party would be meeting later this week to discuss the issue.
Until now, INTERPOL said its member-countries have circulated their own “alerts” relating to fraudulent travel documents.
According to a study of Caribbean lizards by researchers if you could hit the reset button on evolution and start over, the same species would essentially appear.
CPL officials have announced that popular actor Mark Wahlberg has taken an equity interest in the Barbados Tridents team.
Jamaican national Shanique Myrie claimed that she was sexually assaulted and verbally abused by a Barbadian immigration officer in March last year.