St Vincent and the Grenadines holds a general election on Nov. 5 and the leader of the opposition is confident of ousting long term prime minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves.
Veteran Jamaican music producer Bunny “Striker” Lee died in a Kingston hospital last week of kidney failure, aged 79.
Dominica is launching a new program aimed at ensuring safety for travellers because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco) intends to re-hire more than 400 dismissed workers by December as it prepares to re-open several sugar estates. The sugar industry is huge in Guyana but has been in decline in recent years, exacerbated by the global pandemic.
Lisa Hanna, who won Miss World in 1993 before becoming a politician, has entered the leadership race of Jamaica’s main opposition party, the People’s National Party.
Trinidadian comic genius and cultural historian Dennis “Sprangalang” Hall died on Oct. 2, two days after his 71st birthday.
The Jamaica Tourist Board has begun its new tourism campaign, focusing on outdoor programs and active travel that helps tourists discover the island’s natural beauty while also remaining physically distant.
The St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) said it is pleased with the turnout of Sunday’s protest march and is hinting at taking legal action following the government’s decision to successfully table the COVID-19 (Prevention & Control) Bill in the Senate last Friday.
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