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Antiguan PM Under Pressure

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne is under pressure to disclose more details about his personal wealth, despite making some revelations last week....

Over 7,000 Murders since 2009

The Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of crime, Glenmore Hinds says Jamaica has recorded over 7,000 cases of murder and another 8,000 cases of shootings between...

Webb Charged in Health Care Fraud Case

Disgraced FIFA Vice-President, Jeffrey Webb has been charged in a health care fraud case in his native Cayman Islands. Cayman 27 television is reporting that the...

St. Lucia Moves to Join CCJ

The St Lucia Government says it will soon table legislation that will allow the island to make the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice, CCJ, its final court,...

ISIS In Trinidad?

A prominent criminologist in Trinidad and Tobago, Daurius Figueira, says the radical Muslim group, ISIS, has already established a presence on the ground in the twin...

CARICOM Could Lose Bid for Commonwealth Sec Gen

With CARICOM Heads of Government failing to agree on a single candidate to nominate for the post of Commonwealth Secretary General at the their summit in Barbados last...

Holy Childhood Denies Closure Reports

Administrators at the Holy Childhood Prep School in St. Andrew are denying media reports that the 85 year old institution faces imminent closure. Reports on Monday said...

Tufton, Williams To take JLP to Court…Again

Opposition Senators Dr. Christopher Tufton and Arthur Williams are set to take the JLP to court for the second time since 2013. Nationwide News understands that Mr....

Lottery Scam tied to Rising Crime – Bunting

The multi-million dollar lottery scam is responsible for several western parishes having the highest per capita murder rate in the country. That’s according to...

US Supreme Court backs Gay Marriage

Same-sex marriages are now legal across the entire United States, after a historic Supreme Court ruling that declared attempts by conservative states to ban them...