Category : Caribbean News

by Staff - 9 months ago

Caribbean gears up for 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season started on Friday with the Barbados-based Caribbean Catastrophe Emergency Administration Company (CDEMA) urging regional nations to undertake all needed measures to make sure security to...

by Staff - 9 months ago

T&T: Arrested outdoors church, charged with molesting toddler

Trinidad Categorical:–  A St. James man has been granted $200,000 bail by a Port of Spain Justice of the Peace, charged with the sexual touching of a 5-year-old woman. Lorenzo Dookie, 24, a gross sales clerk, of Mathura Road, St. James, appeare...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Celebrating Males in Science

Press Launch:-  Science and Know-how (S & T) performs an integral position in our pursuit of sustainable improvement in Saint Lucia, which is led by the Division of Sustainable Improvement (DSD). All nations, and particularly creating nations lik...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Cops stabbed and beaten viciously in Scotland

Sky Information:- Two cops are in a critical situation after they're believed to have been stabbed on a call-out in Greenock, Scotland. A 43-year-old man has been arrested after the alleged assault at roughly eight.45am on Friday. Assistant chief co...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Three sisters amongst 5 ladies on bail for Castries brawl

Three sisters are amongst 5 ladies who have been charged with numerous offences, together with illegal preventing and assault, in reference to a current brawl at Structure Park in Castries, regulation enforcement officers have disclosed. The three si...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Minister Francis Talks In Depth About Latest City Shooting

Press Launch:-Minister for Residence Affairs, Justice and Nationwide Safety the Honourable Hermangild Francis on Friday, June 1 took the chance to thank everybody who assisted in offering first assist within the aftermath of a really violent flare –...

by Staff - 9 months ago

CIBC FirstCaribbean Continues to Stand with the NCF Telethon

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, ST. LUCIA, Might 30th 2018 – With a goal this yr of XCD250,000 the Nationwide Group Basis’s (NCF) telethon which was staged on Sunday Might 27th continues to be striving to succeed in  its objective with the help of longstand...

by Staff - 9 months ago

PWA praises Cops, wants extra boots on the bottom

The President of the Police Welfare Affiliation (PWA), Travis Chicot, has joined Appearing Prime Minister, Ezechiel Joseph, in praising the response of cops to Tuesday’s bloody gun violence in downtown Castries. The incident left one man lifeless and...

by Staff - 9 months ago

UK funeral costs to be investigated

The excessive value of funerals is to return beneath scrutiny, with two separate evaluations being launched. The Competitors and Markets Authority (CMA) is reviewing funeral prices, “to make sure that individuals are not getting a nasty deal”. In th...

by Staff - 9 months ago

FIFA opens new Regional Improvement Workplace for Caribbean

PRESS RELEASE: Barbados; 29 Might 2018: As a part of its dedication to drive international soccer improvement and additional strengthen and improve ties with confederations and member associations, FIFA has introduced the official opening of a brand...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Jamaica: Parents Bringing Conventional Drugs To Infants

Staying true to a cultural heritage shaped lengthy earlier than trendy drugs, Jamaicans proceed to manage bush drugs to youngsters for various illnesses from as early as 9 months after delivery. For probably the most half, although, mother and fathe...

by Staff - 9 months ago

Ex-Taxi Union President speaks out on gasoline hikes

Former Nationwide Taxi Union (NTU) President, Lucien Joseph, declaring that ‘sufficient is sufficient’, has asserted that taxi operators want concessions from the federal government to deal with rising gasoline costs. Joseph advised St Lucia Occasion...