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Jamaica pledges 100,000 US dollars to assist Dominica recovery efforts

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The Government of Jamaica has pledged US$100,000, two bailey bridges, and technical expertise in the areas of health and engineering as part of its...

PetroCaribe a lifeline for struggling Caribbean countries according to Jamaica Prime Minister

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Jamaica Prime Minister, Portia Simpson Miller, has underscored the significant impact the PetroCaribe Agreement has had on the economic independence of countries of the...

Barbados records decline in HIV infection rates

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Barbados Health Minister says the annual rate of HIV infection cases in the country is on the decline, according to a report by the...

Guyana Government calls on rice millers to pay outstanding arrears to farmers

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The Guyana government is calling on rice millers to meet their financial obligations to farmers estimated at more than half a billion dollars. In a...

Emancipation group condemns obeah in political advert in Trinidad and Tobago

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The Emancipation Support Committee (ESC) on Wednesday condemned a political advertisement that showed the leader of Trinidad and Tobago’s main Opposition People's National Movement...

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister rejects tax haven label, once again

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The Antigua and Barbuda government has dismissed a move by the District of Colombia in the United States to label the island as a...

US hopes to strengthen energy initiative in the Caribbean

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The United States says it hopes to strengthen plans for a Caribbean Energy Security Initiative when regional policy makers meet in Miami next month. United...

Puerto Rican police officer arrested after trying to smuggle friend from Antigua

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A female Puerto Rican police officer has been arrested on human smuggling charges following a US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations (HIS)...

New & Revised CXC-CSEC Syllabuses

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The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has provided new and revised CSEC and CAPE syllabuses for which teaching starts in September 2015, as well as...

Prison chief blames protocol breach for Trinidad Independence Day jail break

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Commissioner of Prisons Sterling Stewart says breaches of procedures and protocol were responsible for the escape of two inmates from the...
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