Concerns Of Shark Attacks Across Lesser Antilles

Within the past month, two shark attacks in the Leeward Islands with one being fatal, have prompted warnings from governments up and down the Lesser Antilles to be on high alert for... Read more »

TRINIDAD: ‘Town will burn!’ Gary warns ‘persons of interest’

A WARNING was issued to several well-known, “persons of interest,” on Friday night by Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith who had them detained following the circulation of threats on social media. The message... Read more »

He never beat me like me first husband-Omdawattie Bisnauth

(Georgetown – Guyana) – Just about two years ago, Omdawattie “Reshma” Bisnauth finally found the courage to leave her husband of over a decade because their relationship was at the stage where... Read more »

Change in COVID-19 release rules

As local health officials continue to battle a backlog of cases a decision has been taken to release people from quarantine who are asymptomatic and who have been awaiting their COVID-19 PCR... Read more »

St Lucia To Monitor People On Home Quarantine

Press Release: The Ministry of Health is continuously working to keep its citizens safe from the COVID-19 virus by improving its response measures to quarantine. The Ministry of Health is well on its... Read more »

Woman raped & impregnated by a staff at Mt Gay psychiatric hospital

Female resident at Mt Gay Psychiatric facility for over a year due to mental breakdown Forced sex matter reported to hospital management; apparently, no action taken Perpetrators identified to police (Now Grenada)... Read more »

World Bank Approves US$30M Credit For St Lucia’s COVID Response

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved today the US$30 million Saint Lucia COVID-19 Response, Recovery, and Resilience Development Policy Credit. This quick-disbursing credit aims to help mitigate the negative economic... Read more »

CARICOM calls for COVID vaccines as a matter of urgent priority

As the world grapples with the challenge of controlling the COVID-19 pandemic, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is deeply concerned at the current prospect of inequitable access to vaccines to address the pandemic,... Read more »

Generation Equality – Launch Of Global Comic And Cartoon Competition

UN Women, the European Commission, the Governments of Belgium, France, Mexico and Cartooning for Peace, are launching a global Comic and Cartoon Competition to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration... Read more »

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley Takes Vaccine

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley has become one of the first leaders in the Caribbean region to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Mottley disclosed yesterday evening during a live Covid-19 update at Illaro... Read more »