Another washout at Windward

22 November 2014

NOT A BALL WILL BE BOWLED for the second straight day in the second round match between Barbados Pride and the Jamaica Franchise ... Read More


Fudadin replaces Bravo

21 November 2014

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Committee today named Assad Fudadin to the West Indies Test tour to South Africa. Read More


No play today at Windward

21 November 2014

THE HEAVY RAINS that affected Barbados took a toll on the first day’s play of the WICB Professional Cricket League match at Windward Cricket Club. Read More


Changes coming for Pride’s line-up

21 November 2014

THE BARBADOS PRIDE’S starting XI for today’s second round fixture of the West Indies Cricket Board’s Professional Cricket League ... Read More


Jamaica predicting big tourism numbers

21 November 2014

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – Tourism and Entertainment Minister, Dr Wykeham McNeill, says Jamaica is on track to welcome some 3.5 million visitors this year. Read More


New requirements for entering Canada

20 November 2014

THE GOVERNMENT of Canada has advised that effective April 2015, all foreign nationals of visa exempt countries will be required to undergo prior screening for approval to enter that country. Read More


WICB Task Force commences work

20 November 2014

Bridgetown, Barbados – The West Indies Cricket Board Task Force held its first meeting last Monday in Barbados. Read More


Principal charged with hitting parent

20 November 2014

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica — A primary school principal, accused of hitting a parent, is now before the Spanish Town Resident Magistrate's court on a charge of assault occasioning bodily harm. Read More


Urgency required on alternative energy

19 November 2014

THE CARIBBEAN NEEDS to embrace a transition to 100 per cent adoption of renewable energy as if its very life depends on it. Read More


Landslides destroy houses

19 November 2014

THE VILLAGES OF ST CROIX ROAD and Jaipaulsingh Road in Princes Town may soon be cut off as a result of a series of landslides ... Read More



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