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JA winter visits hots up

Jamaica is poised for a bumper winter tourism season despite parts of the island still being in a state of emergency through its soaring crime.

01 Dec, 2022

St Vincent PM blasts Qatar critics

The St Vincent and the Grenadines prime minister has blasted “deranged and unhinged” critics of the Qatar World Cup, including the UK, in a gushing endorsement of the first Arab country to host football’s showpiece event.

01 Dec, 2022

Trinidad’s methanol trade rising

Trinidad and Tobago is boosting its clean gas industry to stay in line with the trend for sustainable energy.

01 Dec, 2022

Icon of the Seas will soon debut

The world’s largest cruise ship will be operating around the Caribbean soon. The cruise ship industry came to a screeching halt during the Covid pandemic but has made a spectacular bounce back this year.

26 Nov, 2022

Jamaica stems guns from US

Jamaican authorities are in talks with counterparts in the United States on measures to stem the flow of illegal guns onto the island. The Jamaican crime rate has soared in recent years and the use of firearms has increased alarmingly.

26 Nov, 2022

Dominica snap election in turmoil

Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has called a snap general election on December 6, much to the annoyance of the two main opposition parties who have called for a total boycott.

26 Nov, 2022

Felder delivers his 1st electric scooter to CUBA

Former Cayman resident John Felder is so excited he can barely sleep. That’s because the 78-year-old electric vehicle salesman has just received a historic license from the American government to sell his motors to Cuban nationals.

22 Nov, 2022

Reggae school wants new Bob

Jamaican music is so universally loved and played that Prime Minister Andrew Holness is building a school to train talented dancehall and reggae entertainers, deejays, and musicians.

07 Nov, 2022

Honduras lifts ban on rape pill

Honduras will authorise the use of the morning-after pill for rape victims after more than a decade of total restrictions, the country’s health minister has announced, though a complete ban on abortion continues.

07 Nov, 2022

Antigua Airways flies but future in doubt

Antigua Airways’ inaugural launch from West Africa happened last week, despite doubts that it would and without the main investor, a Nigerian businessman, being on the flight.

07 Nov, 2022
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