St Vincent to intensify reparations efforts next year
St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says he plans to intensify efforts in addressing the issue of Reparations for Native Genocide and Slavery when he assumes the chairmanship...
Barbados appears disappointed with CCJ ruling in Myrie case
The CCJ ruled that Myrie would be awarded pecuniary damages in the sum of BDS$2,240) and non-pecuniary damages to the tune of BDS$75,000. Barbados appeared to be disappointed with the ruling of the Trinidad-based...
St Lucia intends to eliminate books in the classroom
Under the Secondary School Laptop Programme established by the Ministry of Education, 3,300 laptops are being provided to fourth form students to assist them in preparing for exams in the coming...
Jamaica, Cuba seek to renew security agreements
KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) -- The government of Jamaica is seeking to renew its regional security agreements with Cuba, as both countries collaborate to combat drug trafficking and other transnational...
Grenada 'LEAPs' into the Caribbean Five offering 100mbps broadband service
Gail Purcell, Country Manager of Flow Grenada and the Minister of Communications, Works, Physical Development, Public Utilities and ICT, Gregory Bowen applaud after the broadband speed test hits...
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