Ambassador Irwin LaRocque from Dominica has been selected to serve as the seventh secretary-general of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) by the heads of government.
Three Caribbean countries made a shameful, possibly politically foolish and environmentally irresponsible move in unnecessarily and slavishly following Japan against a whale sanctuary.
The Cayman Islands have signed an agreement allowing the development of the Caribbean’s first special economic zone (SEZ) – a region specially established for which government concessions have been made to stimulate economic growth.
Heads of governments in the Caribbean, many of whom are corrupt themselves, resent England trying to clean up the Turks & Caicos, where govermnent corruption rose to new heights under the uber-corrupt Michael Misik.
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), a delayed regional integration dream, has come to fruition as a legal institution after being signed by eight states of the area.
Bahamian Chef Kevin Pratt won first prize for Most Innovative Dish during the 2011 Taste of The Caribbean Festival held in Miami, Florida, last week.
UN Secretary-General urged Caribbean nations to combat organised crime on a regional level and promised United Nations assistance in the fight.
A mere three weeks after Prime Minister Freundel Stuart was in China calling for the forging of strong tourist links with that country, Barbados will soon be welcoming a group of visitors from Beijing.
The Bahamas Culinary Team fielded its youngest professional level team ever to compete in international competition and returned from the Taste of the Caribbean culinary competition held in Miami last week with a number of awards.