A Caribbean Airlines (CAL) flight bound for John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York from Guyana, diverted to Nassau, Bahamas late Saturday due to a mechanical issue with one of its engines.
The ruling Peoples National Movement (PNM) saying it has brought financial stability to Trinidad and Tobago over the last four years as it launched its campaign ahead of the December 2 Local Government Elections (LGE) that political observers say could serve as a barometer for the upcoming 2020 general election.
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith said Wednesday that individuals involved in two social media posts, one of which speaks to burying a female political leader, are to be found and taken in for questioning.
Dominicans go to the polls on December 6 to elect a new government after Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit Tuesday night announced that he had advised President Charles Savarin to dissolve the Parliament on Wednesday in preparation for the poll that was constitutionally due by March next year.
The former head of the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC), Leroy King has lost his fight against extradition to the United States, and will now have to face several fraud charges in that jurisdiction.
Barbados is optimistic the challenges facing regional carrier, LIAT can be solved.
The newly elected leader of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Franka Bernardine believes that the former political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica assisted the ruling New National Party (NNP) in their victory in the 2018 general election.
A man who reportedly raped and sodomised at 105 year old woman, was killed by the police on Saturday.
The Department of Health and Wellness in St Lucia says it has received reports of cases of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease from some of the schools across the island.
The Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean predicts that exports from the region will fall 2.0 percent in 2019 “due to the complex international context.”