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Sargassum problem spreads

The Cayman Islands is not the only place in the region suffering from the scourge of sargassum.

21 hour ago

Sumfest helps JA’s tourism recovery

Jamaica’s strong tourism summer was boosted from the recent return of the Reggae Sumfest music festival.

21 hour ago

Honduras farmers turn to cashews

Farmers in Honduras are increasingly choosing to harvest cashew nuts as an alternative to more traditional crops to stave off bankruptcy.

21 hour ago

Drones light up JA’s 60th

Jamaicans gathered in their thousands inside the National Stadium on Saturday night and were mesmerised at the fantastic drone show segment of the Jamaica 60 Independence Grand Gala.

08 Aug, 2022

Cuba fire disaster injures many

Over 120 Cubans have been injured after an explosion and huge fire ignited by a lightning strike which hit an oil storage facility on Friday.

08 Aug, 2022

Dr Drew wins St Kitts snap election

St Kitts and Nevis has elected a new prime minister after holding snap elections three years earlier than planned.

08 Aug, 2022

Jamaica is buzzing at 60

Jamaicans around the world are celebrating the island’s 60th anniversary of independence this year with the special day falling this Saturday, 6 August. As well as all over Jamaica, there are special events in the largest Jamaican communities in major cities including Toronto, Montreal, New York, Mi

01 Aug, 2022

Havana set for blackouts soon

Cuba’s continuing economic turmoil has become so bad that Havana will begin electricity blackouts by next week. It has cancelled carnival and is taking other measures as the country’s energy crisis worsens, state media reported on Saturday.

01 Aug, 2022

Antigua Airways to connect with Africa

Antigua and Barbuda is planning a new airline, Antigua Airways, to operate direct flights from West Africa by the end of this year.

01 Aug, 2022

Jamaica sees ex-pat influx

Jamaica is becoming a magnet for disillusioned black people to locate to, particularly Americans, who feel their country is far more dangerous and violent than JA.

27 Jul, 2022
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