Category : Caribbean News

by Staff - 4 months ago

Bill Cosby Settles Lawsuit Filed By Seven Women

NBC News:- Comedian-turned-convict Bill Cosby has settled a federal lawsuit with seven women who accused him of defamation after they went public with sexual assault allegations, according to court documents filed Friday. The women sued Cosby in 2014...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Saint Lucia Police Probe ‘Gunman’ Video

The Intelligence Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has been investigating a video which was posted on social media of a young man brandishing what appear to be two automatic weapons. The youth, whose identity is concealed, also has w...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Female T&T Cop Suspended Over ‘Sexy’ Photo Wins Lawsuit

Trinidad Guardian:- A fe­male Spe­cial Re­serve Po­lice (SRP) has won her law­suit over her sus­pen­sion by for­mer po­lice com­mis­sion­er Stephen Williams, af­ter a provoca­tive pho­to­graph of her in uni­form was shared on so­cial me­dia two years...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Get Serious About Sports!

Dear Editor, Parents are asked all the time to support their children in their extra-curricular activities, particularly in their sporting activities.  I supported my children’s activities in sports and I’m now supporting my grandchildren as they par...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Saint Lucia Media Chided Over ‘Negative’ Reporting

Some media houses in Saint Lucia have been chided by Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Seth Ampadu, for ‘always highlighting negative things in our communities’. “Just as we applaud our media for the good work they ar...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Saint Lucia Police Put On Career Showcase

Saint Lucia police put on a career showcase Friday in Constitution Park, Castries,  as part of Youth Month activities. “We are basically showcasing what it takes to become a police officer,” Sergeant Alex Morgan told St Lucia Times. On di...

by Staff - 4 months ago

BarBay Ltd And NWU Sign Industrial Agreement

Press Release:–  The Management of BarBay Ltd and the National Workers Union (NWU) affixed their signatures to a new industrial agreement today Friday April 5, 2019 at the Department of Labour. The brief ceremony was witnessed by Deputy Labour...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Toronto’s John Wiggins Supports Saint Lucia Basketball

Press Release:- The Saint Lucia Basketball Federation are again the proud recipients of a donation from John Wiggins, Vice President of the Raptors 905 Club. Wiggins indicated “The Raptors 905 season recently concluded and we have gathered together s...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Study: Children’s Snacks Not As Healthy As They Claim

Sky News:– Health and nutrition claims on snacks for children are “confusing” and potentially misleading, according to a study. Two in five products marketed at children over the age of one were found to be “less healthy”...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Flu Kills Three In Martinique

The flu has killed three people in Martinique since an epidemic began in October 2018, local reports say. Martinique 1ere reports that two of the  patients died in March, while the  flu is the cause of eight hospitalisations in intensive care. The pu...

by Staff - 4 months ago

World Blind Union Statement On World Health Day

Press Release:– The World Blind Union joins the World Health Organization to celebrate the World Health Day, 7 April 2019. The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the Worl...

by Staff - 4 months ago

Student Wins The T&T $10 million Lotto

Trinidad Express:– A 20-year-old student has more than ten million reasons to be happy. The young man from east Trinidad was the Lotto Plus player who bought the winning jackpot ticket for the $10,245,770.54 prize when the Lotto Plus was drawn...