CARICOM divided on the vote on Venezuela at OAS

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Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries were divided on the issue of “free and fair” elections in Venezuela, with The Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica, and St. Lucia, all voting in favor of...

Police to lay more charges against a former government minister

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 The chairperson of the main opposition, People’s National Congress Reform  (PNCR), Volda Lawrence, is due to appear in a magistrate’s court on Wednesday for the third time since the...

Dominica calls for a revisit of lending policies

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Dominica Tuesday called on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other international lending agencies to revisit their lading policies as developing countries sought more financial and other assistance in...

Players mental health crises in COVID-19 environment: Holder

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West Indies Test captain Jason Holder has warned that players' mental health could be at risk if adjustments are not made to the bio-secure “bubbles,” which have allowed for...

Bermuda, Nevis and BVI linked to massive fraud case against Texan billionaire

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A 79-year-old Texan billionaire has been accused of using a web of entities in Bermuda and Nevis to hide two billion US dollars in assets in what prosecutors say...

LIAT observers 64th birthday acknowledging its turbulent position

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The cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, observed its 64th anniversary “of serving the Caribbean,” says the last few months have been very turbulent. The airline, which is now...

T & T FA president, Wallace ready to quit FIFA fight if the appeal...

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 Beleaguered Trinidad and Tobago FA president, William Wallace, says if FIFA wins next week’s court appeal, he will not pursue any further legal challenges against football’s powerful world governing...

Trinidad banking group signs onto UN initiative

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The Trinidad-based Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) says it has become an official signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Banking,  a single framework for a sustainable banking...

NEVIS PROMOTES “HEALTH CAMPAIGN” FOR RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

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* Island Reopens to International Travelers on October 31st* The Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA) in collaboration with the Nevis Ministry of Health (MOH) announces the...

LIAT, likely to return to the skies in November

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The cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, which is undergoing a restructuring program, is likely to return to the skies in November, a senior government minister has said here.

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