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IATA WARNS CARIBBEAN AT RISK OF PRICING ITSELF OUT OF TRAVEL MARKET

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Vice President for the Americas, Peter Cerdá told the Caribbean Aviation Day Conference (September 14th) Cayman Islands, warned Caribbean...
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NO JUDGE SHOULD DECIDE OUR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE LAW – BVI PREMIER

Premier Dr Natalio Wheatley has argued that any changes made to the territory’s same-sex marriage laws should be made by Virgin Islanders and not...

NO IMMEDIATE PLANS TO MAKE CHANGES TO EC NOTES AND COINS

The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Timothy N. J. Antoine has advised that there are no immediate plans to make changes...

ON LEGALISING CANNABIS, “I SUPPORT IT!” SAYS MIA MOTTLEY

Barbados Prime Minister has given the clearest indication to date that her government will address the vexing decriminalisation of cannabis issue in the future....

FORMER TAIWAN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT NOW ST KITTS & NEVIS NEW AMBASSADOR TO TAIWAN

Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Hon. Dr. Terrance M. Drew, along with his Cabinet, has recently approved and appointed two new ambassadors...

THE UWI PAYS RESPECTS ON THE PASSING OF HM, QUEEN ELIZABETH II

The following statement is issued by Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies on behalf of the university community. The...

CRFM-JICA HOSTED COASTFISH REGIONAL WORKSHOP READIES COUNTRIES FOR PILOT ACTIVITIES

Six countries of the Eastern Caribbean are moving ahead with community-based fisheries management, in the context of the “Satoumi Concept” The Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism...
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ONE CARIBBEAN AIRLINE PERMIT SUSPENDED FOR VIOLATING BVI ENTRY PROTOCOLS!

On August 4, 2020, OCL Barbados doing business as One Caribbean arrived at the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport, while being in violation of...

NO PLANS TO TAKE OVER LIAT SAYS TRINIDAD PRIME MINISTER

 (LOOPTT) As of now, Government has no plans to take over inter-island airline service LIAT or its routes even as the regional carrier faces liquidation...
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