Celebrating Black History Month Caribbean Trailblazers

Celebrating Black History Month Caribbean Trailblazers A CARIBBEAN TIMES NEWS SPECIAL February is Black History Month and CARIBBEAN TIMES NEWS pays tribute to all of those heroes and sheroes who paved the way...

Guyanese pol says Trini meddling caused government collapse

(BROOKLYN, New York): A senior official of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) said recently “forces in Trinidad and Tobago” had colluded with the main opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to...

Guyana’s “no confidence” mess

(BROOKLYN, New York): It appears that the Guyana government is prepared to legally fight its no-confidence vote loss a week ago. While Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo – who successfully tabled the...

Cuomo pardons several Caribbean nationals

(BROOKLYN, New York): New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has granted pardons to several Caribbean nationals, including five Jamaicans, convicted of minor drug and other offenses and saving them from possible deportation...

The U.S. government shut down, no positive outcomes

An Analysis By Michael Derek Roberts Its been everywhere on the news – Government Shut Down! But very few people understand what it is and what it really means. So let me...

Illegal adoption: Pilot, wife, and lawyers in Trinidad charged for unlawful adoption

A Caribbean Airlines (CAL) pilot and his wife, along with two lawyers are among five people charged in Trinidad and Tobago with illegally adopting a baby boy. Patrick Borel, his Italian spouse...

Trini on Commonwealth Board

Young Trinidadian, Hannah Katawaroo is now serving on the prestigious Commonwealth Youth Council for the period 2018 to 2020. The Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) is the official voice of the young people...

Sparing the rod: Committee recommends end to corporal punishment in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thursday December 20, 2018 – A Joint Select Committee of Parliament has recommended that the Child Care and Protection Act be amended to make corporal punishment prohibited in all public...

Brantley criticizes EU for ‘blacklisting’ small island developing states

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts –- The European Union (EU) has been criticized for blacklisting countries as non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes by Minister of Foreign Affairs of St. Kitts and Nevis, the Honourable...

President Granger comments on the fall of his government

President David Granger Saturday said arrangements are being made for discussions with Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo after he successfully tabled a motion of no confidence in the coalition government on Friday. “Mr....

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