ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Chairman Roosevelt Skerrit says the lesson for the region emerging out of the most recent violent Jamaica experience is that “everyone of us, individually and collectively, must take a very strong stance against criminality in our country and the wider Caribbean”.Continue reading
NEW YORK, New York, May 28, 2010 – Caribbean cuisine and rums, the spirited beat of island music and a live performance by two-time Grammy award-winning singer Caron Wheeler, who composed and sang lead on Soul II Soul hits “Back to Life” and “Keep On Movin” will be showcased at Caribbean Week in New York’s Rum & Rhythm event, Thursday, June 10 from 6:30p.m – 9:00p.m. at the Roseland Ballroom located at 239 West 52nd Street (at 7th Avenue). Tickets are now on sale for the sought-after event, a favorite of the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) annual Caribbean WeekContinue reading
At least 27 people, almost all civilians, have died in gun battles in Jamaica, police have said, as the hunt continues for a suspected drug lord.
Broadcast by Hon Lester B Bird MP
Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the ALP
On Sunday 23rd May 2010
“UPP trying to rig elections: they know they will lose otherwise”
Fellow Citizens and Residents of Antigua and Barbuda
Be warned.Continue reading
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (25 May, 2010) – There’s an element of fearlessness and daring to Jenna Wolfe that leads her to jump from the top of near 900 foot buildings, or run to the top of the Empire State Building or even simulate drowning in a sinking car.Continue reading
May 17, 2010 – Antigua Labour Party MP Asot Michael has taken legal action against Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Housing & the Environment Hilson ‘Brother B’ Baptiste seeking damages for defamation.Continue reading
Roseau, Dominica– May 21, 2010……… Speaker of the House of Assembly, Hon. Alix Boyd Knights has announced that the Marigot and Salisbury seats are now vacant.
Hon. Alix Boyd Knights explained that the seats had been vacated because Mr. Edison James and Mr. Hector John, formerly the Members for the Marigot and Salisbury constituencies did not comply with the rules of the House, specifically Standing Order 15.Continue reading