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Friday, July 3, 2020

Trump partially rolls back Obama’s Cuba thaw

(BBC) US President Donald Trump says he is rolling back the Obama administration's "completely one-sided deal with Cuba". Speaking in Miami, Florida, he said his...

LIAT fires two Pilots

  - Chief Executive Officer of regional airline LIAT, David Evans, has confirmed that the company recently terminated two pilots charged with blatantly disregarding...

Caribbean Press to set up editorial board

Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony in response to AFC MP, Trevor Williams in the National Assembly, informed that over $56.6M...

Hero CPL 2016: Tridents’ Pooran focused on the task ahead

Barbados Tridents wicket-keeper Nicolas Pooran is focused on maintaining his impressive start to the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) on Saturday afternoon when his...

Caribbean News Round-up

Pay us please - Forestry Division workers, who have not been paid salaries for nine fortnights, blocked the entrance to San Fernando Hill yesterday,...

Thompson dominates IAAF Diamond League series

...US$100,000 woman (Jamaica Observer) Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson earned a cool US$100,000 in prize monies from the IAAF Diamond League series in what has been a...

Six dead, 31 missing after Colombia tourist boat sinks

GUATAPE, Colombia (AFP) — At least six people were dead and 31 missing after a tourist boat sank in a reservoir in northwestern Colombia...

Caribbean leaders meet in Kingston over new sugar market realities

With a looming threat to the sugar industry in the Caribbean on the horizon, regional leaders and policymakers will, over the next two days,...

Caribbean News Round-up

  Kamla calls PNM Government a minority - IN her maiden contribution in Parliament as Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar called Government a “minority” one, because...

CARICOM reaffirms support for Guyana’s sovereignty, territorial integrity in face of Venezuela threat

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) says it views with grave concern the reported interception by the Venezuelan navy on Saturday, 22 December 2018 of a...

Recent Articles

Cyclist dies after struck down by minibus

A man who is yet to be identified was on Thursday afternoon killed after he was struck down by a minibus at Nonpareil, East...

Young GDF Officer to study at US Coast Guard Academy

Second Lieutenant Orwin Austin on Thursday departed Guyana for the USA where he will attend the United States Coast Guard Academy. The 22-year-old officer clinched...

Ramkarran asks CCJ to rule that recount results are “valid”

Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran has asked the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to make a final determination on the “valid” results of the March...

NGSA concludes with mixed reaction from students

By: Shemar Alleyne Grade Six students today breathed a sigh of relief now that the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) has concluded. They now wait, with...

Armed bandits shoot, rob Charlestown businessman

A 56-year-old businessman is now gunshot wounds to the abdomen and right thigh following a robbery on Wednesday at his place of business at...

‘Sue me if you want’ – Manickchand tells unrepentant Lowenfield

Peoples Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) Executive Member, Priya Manickchand, has alleged that the “behaviour” of Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield, in which he unilaterally...

Kitty business gets 5 acres of ECD land

Premier Sales and Services Inc, located at Pike Street, Kitty, Georgetown has benefited from five acres of land at Goedverwagting and Sparendaam on the...

Navigant Builders/Windsor Estates claims land transaction awaiting new Govt

  Navigant Builders Inc, the developers of Windsor Estates said that it has put on hold its luxury housing development project at Ogle, East Coast...

Werk-en-Rust business gets 10 acres of land at Chateau Margot

A business establishment whose registered address is Lot 62 Hadfield and Cross Streets, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown has benefitted from 10 acres of land at Chateau...

UK court recognises Guaido as Venezuela’s president in gold dispute

LONDON  (Reuters) – Britain has recognised Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s president, the English High Court ruled today, in a case...