Monday, May 25, 2020


Hundreds in SVG register for Medicinal Cannabis License

The Medicinal Cannabis Authority (MCA) has reported that hundreds of traditional cultivators here, have already registered, to get involved in the medicinal cannabis industry. Word...

Regional Leaders convene in Barbados to take collective action against disaster risk

This week, more than 500 delegates from 20 Caribbean countries will be gathering in Bridgetown to discuss priorities and solutions to tackle climate and...

Trinity Medical Sciences University to announce its commitment of support to the WPP

Trinity Medical Sciences University is expected to announce its commitment of support to the World Pediatric Project through a sponsorship agreement that will provide...

Guyana President says fresh elections will be held with new voters list

Guyana President David Granger Tuesday said voters will be given a new opportunity to elect a government after the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice...

CARICOM Secretariat Mission to SVG to Hold Consultations on CSME

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce and the Regional Integration and Diaspora Unit (RIDU) in collaboration with the CARICOM Secretariat will be...

Holder Backs ‘Unpredictable’ Windies

West Indies Captain Jason Holder says he believes that West Indies’ unpredictability will make them a difficult prospect at the upcoming ICC World Cup...

US economic growth slows below President’s target

The US economy grew less than previously thought last year, missing President Donald Trump's target of 3%. In a report, the BBC said revised official...

Sweden to reopen rape probe against WikiLeaks Founder Assange

Julian Assange is to be investigated in Sweden over a rape case dating from August 2010, prosecutors announced on Monday. In a report from Al...

LIAT celebrates 63 years in the Caribbean skies

LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, is today celebrating 63 years of service flying across the Caribbean. Chief Executive Officer, Julie Reifer-Jones expressed her gratitude to the...

Guyana Pastors Launch Political Party

A new political party was launched in Guyana yesterday. In a report, St. Lucia Online News said the party, called the People’s Republic Party (PRP)...

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