An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.1 rocked parts of Grenada on Wednesday night, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
The leader of the United Workers Party in Dominica, Lennox Linton, says his party is refusing to accept the outcome of the Dominica elections as legitimate.
The Grenada government has denied any involvement in the decision of a company here to shut down its operations sending home an estimated 200 workers.
The African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group Tuesday ended a two-day summit here agreeing to rename the 45-year-old organisation as the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS).
President Charles Savarin Tuesday night called on churches and other civic and social groups in Dominica to condemn the harassment and verbal abuse of the Roman Catholic Bishop Gabriel Malzaire on Monday.
A 34-year-old woman who reported a bizarre toilet birth has denied allegations that she tried to kill the newborn.
The High Court Tuesday said it had no jurisdiction to hear an application by several Dominicans aimed at postponing the December 6 general elections.
A group lobbying for a reduction in taxes and fees on intra-regional Caribbean travel has written to Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves on behalf of 20,000 persons who have “come together in opposition to the current cost of intra-regional travel and governments’ role in escalating airfares”.
Former prime minister Tillman Thomas says until the ruling New National Party (NNP) government provides information refuting allegations made in an international television documentary regarding the sale of diplomatic passports to aid political parties in the Caribbean fund their campaigns, he will believe everything he saw in the television programme.
The ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) and the main opposition United National Congress (UNC) each won seven of the 14 electoral districts in Trinidad in Monday’s Local Government elections (LGE) with both parties indicating that the electorate had sent differing messages.