A regional training workshop will focus on information and knowledge-sharing for sustainable fisheries management in the Caribbean.
Police in the Cayman Islands charged former premier McKeeva Bush with 11 counts of breach of trust, misconduct and theft. Yet another corrupt Caribbean leader.
The Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) is a relatively new technology in the region allowing fishers to capture more fish with less effort, but it can lead to overfishing.
At next week’s meetings, the CRFM/CLME Steering Committees will review and endorse the outputs and recommendations of two case studies.
Fisheries ministers call for urgent governance and management to ensure coordinated and concerted action for sustainable use and conservation of flyingfish resources.
Driven by the need to compete in the aggressively competitive global travel marketplace, the Caribbean has come together to create a website that will act as the collective home for all countries of the region
While commercial fisheries are key in helping secure foreign exchange earnings in the region, small-scale fisheries are dominant in supplying badly needed jobs, and ensuring food security.
Wednesday is D-Day – “A Festival of Afro-Caribbean Composers”. It may be a once in a lifetime opportunity.
On February 20-25, 2013, the Nassau Music Society will hold a “Festival of Afro-Caribbean Composers” in Nassau.