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Dates changed for Africa Cup of Nations

17 January 2020

YAOUNDE – The Africa Cup of Nations will revert back to its traditional slot in January and February next year to avoid the rainy season, the football federation of host country Cameroon (FECACOOT) said this week. Read More


IICA supplies equipment for Trinidad and Tobago

17 January 2020

PORT OF SPAIN – The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) supports the work of the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries in Trinidad and Tobago (MALF) on the development of an Agricultural Disaster Risk Management (ADRM) Plan, handing... Read More


Record tourist arrivals for St Lucia in 2019

17 January 2020

CASTRIES, St Lucia – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says his administration will be making “a concerted effort” to improve the tourism sector as the island recorded its highest number of stayover visitors. Read More


Sea conditions forecast to deteriorate

17 January 2020

Barbados could be issued with yet another high-surf advisory and small craft warning. Read More


Gunned Down

17 January 2020

Screams and cries of students of St Alban’s Primary School pierced the air yesterday around 8:10 a.m.. Read More


AG: People were prepared to talk

17 January 2020

The conviction of former Government minister Donville Inniss demonstrates what is possible when people say what they know, said Attorney General Dale Marshall. Read More


Back to class for some L.T. Gay pupils

17 January 2020

It’s back to school for Class 4 students of the Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary from Monday. They will be housed at Grace Hill Moravian Church, a stone’s throw away from their Spooners Hill, St Michael school. Read More


Roach fired up, but Jaguars hit back

17 January 2020

It didn’t take long yesterday for Kemar Roach to show he is the best fast bowler in the Caribbean. Read More


Pollard: Pay attention to small details

17 January 2020

ST GEORGE’S – Captain Kieron Pollard has urged his side to pay attention to the small details and improve their bowling discipline, as they seek to come from behind and win the three-match Twenty20 series against Ireland. Read More


Bradshaw condemns shooting near school

16 January 2020

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw condemned a fatal shooting which occurred this morning, a stone’s throw away from St Alban’s Primary School, Weston, St James, in the presence of children and staff. Read More


Inniss found guilty on all counts

16 January 2020

Former Cabinet Minister Donville Inniss was today found guilty on all counts. Read More


Over to the jury

16 January 2020

The 12-member mixed jury has started deliberations in the trial of former Barbados Cabinet minister Donville Inniss who is facing three counts of money laundering in a New York court. Read More


Weinstein wants case heard outside of Manhattan

16 January 2020

NEW YORK – Former film producer Harvey Weinstein on Wednesday asked a New York state appeals court to delay his rape trial and move it out of Manhattan, the day before the final phase of jury selection is scheduled to begin. Read More


Plastics ban still in effect

16 January 2020

Members of the public and retailers are reminded that under the Control of Disposable Plastics Act 2019 that the sale and use of petroleum based single-use cups, cutlery, and Styrofoam containers used in the culinary retail industry are prohibited. Read More


UPDATE: School closed after fatal shooting

16 January 2020

St Alban’s Primary School is closed today after a man was shot and killed while dropping off his son. Read More


No salary increase for Granger, says Guyana government

16 January 2020

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 15, CMC – The Guyana government Wednesday labelled as “patently false,” a media report that President David Granger had awarded himself a salary increase. Read More


Day 3 of Donville Inniss trial

16 January 2020

The trial of former government minister Donville Inniss enters the third day in a New York court today. Read More


All hail first Haitian at Winter Youth Games

16 January 2020

The sorrow of a decade ago was forgotten for just over a minute Tuesday as there were massive celebrations at the Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Games, sparked by the people of Haiti. Read More


Fatal shooting near school

16 January 2020

A man was shot dead in the vicinity of the St Alban’s Primary School this morning. Read More


Pope names first woman to senior Vatican post

16 January 2020

VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis yesterday named the first woman to hold a high-ranking post in the Secretariat of State, the male-dominated Vatican’s diplomatic and administrative nerve center. Read More


Body, dash cams for police

16 January 2020

NASSAU – National Security Minister Marvin Dames says the government is serious in its commitment to reduce crime in the Bahamas as it signed an agreement with the Trinidad-based AE Tactical, for body and dash cams for police officers. Read More


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