This report provides an overview of the Caribbean’s telecom sector accompanied by relevant statistics and a brief profile of the major players.
The Academic Board of the University of Technology, Jamaica, approved the appointment of Architect Jackson Burnside as a voting member of the Caribbean School of Architecture Course Advisory Board.
Ocean pollution is threatening to deplete the commercial fisheries stock in the coral reefs of The Bahamas and other Small Island Developing States (SIDS) around the world.
Caribbean tourism is facing the worst period in history due to the global economic crisis.
Chairman of the Caribbean Community (Caricom), Grenadian Prime Minister Tillman Thomas, says the time has come for all member governments to live up to their commitment to free intra-regional movement of Caricom nationals.
In a bid to strengthen the country’s position in the Latin American market, several initiatives are being implemented to support service to Latin American travellers.
Bodine Johnson remembers the words of Tonga native Carolanne Makakaufaki, “I am a beautiful, strong, educated young woman. We need more of us”.
This year, the Commonwealth reflects on what more could be achieved if women were able to play an even larger role.
Women are the barometers of society: they are an indication of its internal pressure levels, and their fortunes can be the clearest forecasts of good or bad things to come.