Saturday, February 27, 2021

Regional News

Dominica’s Electoral Commission receives over $6-million for voter ID and cleansing of elector’s list

The Electoral Commission of Dominica has announced that it now has at its disposal $6,130,350 to fund the necessary infrastructure for the introduction of...

St. Kitts Government deactivates passports for two Economic Citizens

The St. Kitts and Nevis Government has deactivated the passports belonging to the two economic citizens alleged to have defrauded state institutions in the...

Jamaica Prepared To Deal With Exotic Animal Disease

Jamaica's State Minister for Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries - Floyd Green - says Jamaica has an integrated plan in place to ensure the...

Haiti’s President Moise appeals for humanitarian aid for Haiti

Haiti’s president said Monday that he has asked the U.S. government for humanitarian assistance as protesters demanding his resignation took to the streets in...

OAS delegation welcomes constructive discussions in Haiti

A special mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) that is seeking to find a solution to the political and constitutional crisis facing...

Opposition supporters take to the streets in Dominica

The leader of Dominica's main opposition United Workers Party (UWP), Lennox Linton, has maintained that the party would urge supporters to engage in civil...

Trinidad and Tobago’s gov’t defends decision to bar citizens

The Trinidad and Tobago government has defended its decision not to re-open its borders to accommodate 35 nationals stranded in Barbados, insisting that the...

ExxonMobil struck Another oil discovery in Guyana

ExxonMobil has struck another oil discovery offshore Guyana and has raised its estimate for recoverable resource base in Guyana to more than 8 billion...

Ban plastic bottles says Jamaican Environmental Group leader

Caribbean lead person for the global network Plastics Pollution Governance Framework, Dr. Andrea Clayton is criticizing the Jamaican Government for not banning plastic bottles...

Trinidad and Tobago Chief Justice withdraws sabbatical leave

Trinidad and Tobago’s Chief Justice Ivor Archie will not be proceeding on the six-month sabbatical which was shrouded in controversy and uncertainty. Instead he will...

Stay Connected


Don't Miss

WE FM 99.9 | The Clean, Fresh Sound