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Concerns are mounting about the risk of an environmental disaster of nightmarish proportions confronting the region from a stricken oil tanker anchored in the waters between Trinidad and Venezuela.

22 Oct, 2020

Jamaica to start antiviral drug

Jamaica will receive its first batch of the antiviral drug Remdesivir next week, said Dr Nadine Williams director of health services in the Ministry of Health and Wellness.

21 Oct, 2020

Chastanet denies St Lucia is broke

St Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet insists he did not declare in a national broadcast that his country is facing bankruptcy.

21 Oct, 2020

Trinidad PM will stem Venezuelan migration

Trinidad and Tobago has seen a recent influx in migrants from impoverished Venezuela which has led to resentment and hostility.

21 Oct, 2020

Cuba reopens vital tourist beaches

Cuba’s most important tourist beaches have reopened to international visitors in Varadero. The government hopes to reactivate a key economic sector after a six-month closure.

21 Oct, 2020

Guyana river bridge to Suriname

Guyana is negotiating to build a bridge with neighbouring Suriname to be built across the Corentyne River.

21 Oct, 2020

BA renews Barbados flights from Heathrow

Barbados welcomed the inaugural British Airways flight from London Heathrow to Barbados on Saturday as it resumed its year-round direct daily service to the island, after a hiatus of more than 15 years.

21 Oct, 2020

Ashanti in Antigua for 40th

Superstar singer Ashanti is turning 40 and she’s celebrating with a Caribbean vacation featuring beaches, boats and bikinis.

21 Oct, 2020

Grenada in cruise ship talks

Grenada tourism officials are in discussions with US-based cruise ship operators to resume cruise calls to the island.

21 Oct, 2020

Antigua plans LIAT revival

LIAT may be revived soon but if the continually failing airline does not survive Antigua and Barbuda wants to be first to be repaid.

19 Oct, 2020
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