Category : Caribbean News

- 2 months ago

Sixteen Year Old Female Held In Stabbing Death Of Gros Islet Man

A sixteen year old female is assisting police with investigations into the stabbing death of a young man on Marie Therese Street, Gros Islet Thursday morning, law enforcement officials have confirmed. The victim has been identified as Marley Williams...

- 2 months ago

Usain Bolt From Track To Studio

Caribbean Entertainment Hub:– World Record Holder and Jamaican Retired Sprinter Usain Bolt is causing quite a stir on the music scene as he makes his musical debut as the executive producer of the new ‘Olympe Rose’ Riddim. Officially released o...

- 2 months ago

Despite World Cup Flop, Lloyd Bats For Jason Holder

Barbados Nation:– Don’t dare think of firing Jason Holder as captain of the West Indies cricket team! That stern warning has come from the man who appointed him four years ago, Clive Lloyd, the former successful West Indies captain and chairman...

- 2 months ago

Buckeye Employees Join CSA

Press Release:-  Employees of Buckeye St. Lucia Terminals Ltd. have joined the St. Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA). In accordance with section 357(1) of the Labour Act No. 37 of 2006, the CSA has written to the Labour Commissioner requesting ce...

- 2 months ago

Haiti Launches Campaign To Vaccinate Children Against Measles

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) — The Haitian Government has announced plans for a major vaccination programme for toddlers against measles, rubella and poliomyelitis. The Ministry of Public Health said that the vaccination programme will be held between...

- 2 months ago

Man Arrested After Climbing Over Buckingham Palace Gates

Sky News:- A man has been arrested after scaling the front gates at Buckingham Palace in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The Metropolitan Police said officers arrested a 22-year-old man around 2am on suspicion of trespass. The statement added t...

- 2 months ago

Rasta Group Concerned About Genetically Modified Foods

The new executive of the Iyanola Council for the Advancement of Rastafari (ICAR) is very concerned about the ‘infiltration’ of Genetically Modified Foods into Saint Lucia, President Aaron ‘Ras Iron’ Alexander has told reporter...

- 2 months ago

Trinidad Bandit Shot Dead

Trinidad Guardian:-  A day­light rob­bery was foiled when two ban­dits be­lieved to be in their ear­ly 20s from Long­denville and Rio Claro re­spec­tive­ly were shot by se­cu­ri­ty guards as they at­tempt­ed to rob Savi’s Clas­sic Jew­el­ry lo­cat­ed...

- 2 months ago

5 WhatsApp Problems and How to Fix Them

updato.com: Troubled with WhatsApp not working just when you need it to? Here’s a definitive guide on everything that can go wrong while using WhatsApp Messenger, and how you can resolve each and every one of those issues the easy way. In the early 9...

- 2 months ago

CARICOM Heads Concerned About Slow Implementation Of CSME

Press Release:- During The Fortieth Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Heads of Government expressed concern at the slow pace and low level of implementation ofthe CARICOM Single Market and...

- 2 months ago

US Family Blames Cruise Company For Toddler’s Death

BBC News:- The family of a toddler who died after falling 11 storeys from an open window on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has blamed the company for the accident. Chloe Wiegand fell after her grandfather put her on the railing of a children’s p...