Trinidad News4 NABBED AFTER MURDERTrinidad NewsQUICK work by police led to the arrest of four men, one of whom is 17, minutes after a couple was chopped inside a shack near Tyrico Bay on Monday night. The chopped woman died shortly after being brought ...Read More »
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Caribbean Flavours open to joint venture partners under new five-year plan
"It is really a plan for growth and expansion of the business," Cotterell told Gleaner Business on his return from a Caribbean trip aimed at identifying prospective partners. "That will see us looking at going into other revenue streams to include the ...
Antigua-Barbuda’s marketing strategy reviewed as tourism heads meet – Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)
Antigua-Barbuda's marketing strategy reviewed as tourism heads meet
Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)
In attendance were marketing teams from the destination's North American, United Kingdom, European, Canadian and Caribbean markets, along with a small focus group of local private sector stakeholders to include airline, hotel and tourism representatives.
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QUICK work by police led to the arrest of four men, one of whom is 17, minutes after a couple was chopped inside a shack near Tyrico Bay on Monday night. The chopped woman died shortly after being brought to hospital while her husband remains warded in...Read More »
Herald SunCricket Victoria announces revamp for Melbourne metropolitan cricket competitionHerald SunExpanding the blueprint it released for turf cricket in 2014, Cricket Victoria will today announce a proposal to bring together all senior turf and synt...Read More »
CHAIRMAN of the Police Service Manpower Audit Committee Prof Ramesh Deosaran said the audit is not only looking at numbers, but more importantly how the numbers could be used to achieve the major purpose of the service, to protect and serve.Read More »
AN ATTORNEY representing some of the accused whose partheard cases were left behind by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar is suggesting that Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC, bypass the preliminary inquiry (PI) stage and send m...Read More »
PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona has denounced Monday’s bombing at a concert in England which claimed the lives of 22 people, calling the attack “an attack on the future.” Speaking at a ceremony yesterday when he received letters of credence from Peruvian Ambassador Luis Rodimiro Hernandez, Carmona said the attack caused a great stir among the international community and should serve as “food for thought.” “The average age of persons at the concert ranged from 13 to 17 years old, they were mostly girls and this attack represents an attack on the future and it shows just how much our world has changed, because in my youth, when I went to concerts, at least I had the assurance of returning home safely.” Carmona added that terrorism was a global concern, as the attacks were indiscriminate and did not focus on one particular nationality.Read More »
OVER a two-year period, teachers were overpaid by $15.7 million, of which $5.8 million has since been recovered, with a net overpayment of $9.9 million, revealed a recent report by Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) which was laid in the Senate yesterday.Read More »
ALMOST 100 prisoners are to be moved from their holding facility in Bacolet when a new prison is constructed at Hope Estate, Tobago.Read More »