PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Wednesday April 24, 2013 – The history books have always indicated that the first inhabitants of the Caribbean were the Arawaks and Caribs. […]Continue reading
Hundreds of saplings were planted on the weekend in usual Earth Day fashion — but Hamiltonians also got a chance to know more about the […]Continue reading
TORONTO, Ontario — Canadian police and intelligence agencies have thwarted an alleged plot to carry out a major terrorist attack, CBC News is reporting. A […]Continue reading
PORTLAND, Ore. — Maple Ridge’s Karina LeBlanc was the last player to leave the field Sunday. She was signing autographs for young girls. Talking to […]Continue reading
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) launches its reality series Break Point in Dominica. The 12-episode TV series highlights the journey of […]Continue reading
The Dominican government has offered two of the country’s CARIFTA gold medalists, Luan Gabriel and Shanee Angol, scholarships through to university education. Angol captured gold […]Continue reading
The Governments of Dominica, Grenada and St. Lucia have each received soft loan financing in the amount of 1.5 Million Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), equivalent to US$ 2.4 Million, from the World Bank for implementation of the OECS Electronic Government for Regional Integration Project (EGRIP).
The loans are being provided under a special facility of the concessional lending arm of the World Bank, the International Development Association (IDA).Continue reading