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Increased activity not a sign of big quake in the making, according to seismic...

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The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre says while the increased seismic activity in the Eastern Caribbean is not enough on its...

Three Earthquakes within 15 minutes as seismic activity continues off Barbados

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Three more earthquakes with strengths of between 4.0 and 4.5 magnitude were recorded within a 15-minute span late yesterday evening, as heightened seismic activity...

Caribbean Development Bank gives St. Lucia funds to address water shortages in north of...

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The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is supporting St. Lucia’s efforts to deliver a reliable, climate-resilient supply of potable water to the northern districts of...

Two more tremors recorded overnight in Eastern Caribbean

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Two more tremors were recorded off Barbados, St. Lucia and Martinique, following at least five events over a six-hour period yesterday. According to Caribbean 360...

OECS gets 5.3 million US dollars from Global Fund to help in HIV/AIDS fight

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The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States’ (OECS) Regional Coordinating Mechanism (RCM) for HIV/AIDS has been awarded a US$5.3 million grant from the Global Fund...

Two suspects held following the murder of a policewoman in Jamaica

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Police in Jamaica have arrested two men who they say are the main suspects in last night’s murder of a policewoman Constable. According to the...

Canada agrees to review visa requirement for Grenadian citizens

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The Canadian government has agreed to look into addressing the visa requirement for Grenadian citizens to enter Canada. This was the highlight of a meeting...

3 Jamaicans among 5 busted for drugs aboard Guyanese vessel

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The United States Coast Guard says it has detained two Guyanese and three Jamaican smugglers and seized 215 pounds of cocaine aboard a Guyanese...

Barbados Prime Minister blasts unions as they prepare for national shutdown this week

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Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has accused the trade union movement of using bullying and blackmail tactics as the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW)...

British Virgin Islands on drought watch with dramatic drop in rainfall

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With just 3.5 inches of rain for the first half of the year, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has joined the growing list of...
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