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  • Trade union accuses Antiguan PM of intimidation March 17, 2018
    The Public Service Association in Antigua has accused the outgoing Antigua and Barbuda government of seeking to intimidate its members after Prime Minister Gaston Browne accompanied by the Social Transformation Minister, Samantha Marshall, turned...
  • PM Mitchell records another election win in Grenada March 14, 2018
    ST GEORGE’S, Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has led the ruling New National Party to another election win. Mitchell's party has so far been declared the winner in 12 of the 15 constituencies. The party, which won all 15...
  • Grenada on alert for increased volcanic activity March 13, 2018
    The National Disaster Management Agency in Grenada, has raised the alert level for the underwater volcano, Kick ‘em Jenny from yellow to orange because the activities have increased. The agency says it has been working with the Trinidad-based...
  • Barbados PM defends decision to dissolve parliament before election announcement March 12, 2018
    Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has defended his decision not to announce a date for the general election when his administration allowed the Parliament to be automatically dissolved on March 6. Addressing a meeting of his ruling Democratic...
  • Cuba’s likely next president pledges more responsive gov’t March 11, 2018
    SANTA CLARA, Cuba (AP) — Cuba today took the final political step before a promised transition from the founders of the Communist state to a younger generation of officials. Along with millions of Cubans, 57-year-old vice president Miguel...
  • New UN health agency guidelines aim to help Caribbean end ‘reign’ of tobacco industry March 11, 2018
    The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has launched new guidelines aimed at helping Caribbean and other countries end the “reign” of the tobacco industry. WHO said the new guidelines, together with an accompanying...
  • Haiti cancels participation in UN cholera meeting March 4, 2018
    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC –   A day after recalling its United Nations ambassador for consultations in protest over a UN official’s remarks about oil-loan corruption allegations, the Haitian government has cancelled its...
  • Caribbean to conclude negotiations on environmental matters February 25, 2018
    WASHINGTON, CMC – The Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean (ECLAC) says government delegates from countries that are negotiating a regional agreement regarding access to environmental information, participation and justice...
  • 45 candidates nominated to contest upcoming general election in Grenada February 21, 2018
    Forty-five political candidates have been nominated to contest the March 13 general election in Grenada. The majority of the candidates will represent the ruling New National Party (NNP) and the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC)....
  • BVI police probe marijuana found in boxes of baby products February 20, 2018
    The police in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are investigating the discovery of marijuana in boxes of imported baby products. The BVI police report that the packages entered the country late last week through a well-known multinational courier...
  • Gonsalves steps down from ECCB’s Monetary Council February 18, 2018
    Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves of St Vincent and the Grenadines has stepped down from the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). This paves the way for his son  – the new Vincentian Minister of Finance Camillo...
  • St Vincent journalist compensated for assault February 17, 2018
    KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC): A court has ordered gardener, Danroy Small, to pay EC$500 (EC$1=US$0.37 in compensation to journalist, Kenton X. Chance after he was found guilty of assaulting the journalist. Small struck Chance, the...
  • Jamaican cleared in Bermuda court of drug charges February 13, 2018
    HAMILTON, Bermuda (CMC): Maurice Martin, a 34-year-old Jamaican national, who survived a 2010 shooting that killed his friend, has been cleared by a Supreme Court of a plot to import fentanyl into Bermuda with two Canadians. Justice Charles-Etta...
  • Autopsy to be performed on 8-y-o beaten to death in T&T February 11, 2018
    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – An autopsy is scheduled to be performed on the body of an eight year old boy who died yesterday from injuries he received when he was beaten with an iron pipe. The police report that yesterday afternoon, Ishmeel...
  • Deadly shooting prank - Belizean banker fined after killing friend February 10, 2018
    BELMOPAN, Belize (CMC): A High Court judge has ordered a banker to pay a BDS$15,000 (One Belize dollar=US$0, 49 cents) fine after he was convicted of unlawful harm through negligence of a firearm in the accidental death of his friend, who was shot...
  • Hundreds of Haitians detained in Dom Rep, false documents seized February 10, 2018
    SANTO DOMINIGO, Dominican Republic (CMC): Dominican Republic authorities say they have detained more than 250 Haitian nationals and seized a number of illegal documents during raids in several areas including the city. They said the raids during...
  • Taiwan says top leaders not slated to visit Caribbean allies February 4, 2018
    TAIPEI, CMC – Contrary to media reports, neither the president nor vice president of Taiwan is planning to visit the country’s diplomatic allies in Africa and the Caribbean soon, the Taiwan's Presidential Office said yesterday. The...
  • Some CARICOM countries to benefit from PAHO agreement February 3, 2018
    WASHINGTON (CMC): Seven Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are to benefit from a new multi-country strategy for technical cooperation in health through 2024. The strategy was signed between the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and...
  • Massive theft: Welsh accountant admits laundering almost US$2.5m from Bermuda government January 31, 2018
    CARDIFF (CMC): A 50-year-old Welsh accountant has dramatically changed his plea and admitted laundering almost US$2.5 million stolen from the Bermuda government while he worked on the island. Jeffrey Bevan, from the town of Cwmbran, admitted...
  • Trinidad police appeal for help as country records bloodiest January in history January 30, 2018
    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC): The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Monday appealed for support from law abiding citizens as the twin island republic recorded the highest number of murders in the month of January for any one year. At least 59...

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