Prisoners in local jails are communicating on the Internet using 4G and LTE technology, prompting the Government to amend the Interception of Communication law soon to deal with this.
Fifteen countries have banned 29 Venezuelans - including the country's President Nicolas Maduro and his close allies - from travelling within their borders as part of diplomatic efforts to push him to step down. A meeting that took place…
Protesters trying to cancel national elections have blocked roads leading to the main airport on the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica.
This communication is born out of a regional movement of Caribbean citizens who have come together in opposition to the current cost of intra-regional travel and governments’ role in escalating airfares.
The wife of a former local government councillor died on Thursday from a suspected case of the H1N1 flu virus (swine flu).
A sergeant in the T&T Defence Force was arrested by officers of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) yesterday for the alleged rape and buggery of a child.
Nearly three months after Hurricane Dorian, a category five storm slammed in Grand Bahama, tourism officials have welcomed the first official flight to the Fixed Based Operators at Grand Bahama International Airport.
One day after international news organization, Al Jazeera, aired its report on the alleged sale of diplomatic passports in the Caribbean, Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, has not given an opinion on the matter.
Police have confirmed that an electronic device was recovered at the Government Campus’ Parkade following an explosion yesterday.
At least 16 people have died so far this year as health authorities embark on a “robust nationwide influenza vaccination drive” to protect the population against the flu virus.
Authorities in Haiti said Monday that they are investigating the killing of a French couple that was seeking to adopt a child from the Caribbean country.
Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal narrowly approved a habeas corpus request Monday to free opposition leader Keiko Fujimori from preliminary detention while she is investigated for alleged corruption.
Two representatives from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Division Chief, Caribbean Western Hemisphere Department, Sonia Muñoz; and Senior Economist and Mission Chief, Grenada Western Hemisphere Department, Bodgan Lissovolik, paid a…
Education Minister Emmalin Pierre has announced that as of 1 January 2020, government will be banning the sale of carbonated beverages and sweet snacks on the compounds of all public and private schools in Grenada.
Wails filled a church in Haiti’s capital on Tuesday during funeral services for five people killed in anti-government protests that began more than two months ago.