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October 16, 2019

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ZR men still avoiding Fairy Valley

Source: Nation Newspaper After residents in Fairy Valley and surrounding areas wrote to the Transport Authority complaining about 3D ZRs not travelling the full distance of the route,… Link: ZR men still avoiding Fairy Valley

BES: Rich could have borne more

Source: Nation Newspaper The Barbados Economic Society (BES) is worried that Government’s austerity measures are “imposing a heavier burden on the poor”. BES president Simon Naitram also expressed… Link: BES: Rich could have borne more

Bad move!

Source: Nation Newspaper Our mistake! The Government of Barbados has for the first time admitted a recent decision by the Treasury Department to stop persons already receiving National… Link: Bad move!

‘Tricks, no treats’

Source: Barbados Today The trial against theft and money laundering accused, attorney-at-law Vonda Minerva Pile wrapped up today in the No. 5 Supreme Court. The nine-member jury heard… Link: ‘Tricks, no treats’

All about aggression, says Holder

Source: Nation Newspaper NOTTINGHAM – Captain Jason Holder said the aggression displayed in yesterday’s seven-wicket victory over Pakistan was a blueprint of the type of cricket West Indies… Link: All about aggression, says Holder

Swann, McNulty still in the mix

Source: Nation Newspaper England’s Rob Swann and co-driver Steve McNulty and their technical crew will have another sleepless night. After a roller coaster 24 hours repairing the damaged… Link: Swann, McNulty still in the mix

GBTI Open tournament serves off June 7

Source: Guyana Chronicle THERE is much excitement in the tennis fraternity as Guyana Lawn Tennis Association (GLTA) prepares to serve off the Annual GBTI Open tournament on June… Link: GBTI Open tournament serves off June 7

Holder relishes ‘aggressive West Indies’

Source: Guyana Chronicle (CMC) – CAPTAIN Jason Holder said the aggression displayed in yesterday’s seven-wicket victory over Pakistan was a blueprint of the type of cricket West Indies… Link: Holder relishes ‘aggressive West Indies’

WI relish underdogs tag against Pakistan

Source: Guyana Chronicle A REJUVENATED West Indies entered this summer’s World Cup as a balanced unit, who are not favourites, but yesterday’s performances against Pakistan definitely signalled that… Link: WI relish underdogs tag against Pakistan

2 U.S. Nationals Rescued by Coast Guard Officers

Source: Channel 5 Belize According to Lieutenant Soberanis, the couple was making their way from Cuba to Rio Dulce in Guatemala. Soberanis says that the captain of the vessel… Link: 2 U.S. Nationals Rescued by Coast Guard Officers

Belize City Woman Attacked, Robbed at Gunpoint by 2 Men

Source: Channel 5 Belize A Belize City woman was robbed at gunpoint at around eight o’clock on Thursday night. Thirty-year-old Rachel Wallace was riding her bicycle near the Lord… Link: Belize City Woman Attacked, Robbed at Gunpoint by 2 Men

Three suspects in Clarendon shooting held by cops

Source: Jamaica Star The Clarendon police have taken three suspects into custody following the robbery at a supermarket in Guinep Tree, Clarendon on Sunday,  May 26, The men… Link: Three suspects in Clarendon shooting held by cops

The Atlantic may see up to 4 Major Hurricanes this season

Source: The Montserrat Reporter By Laura Geggel, Associate Editor  Scientists are predicting a near-normal Atlantic hurricane season this year, with two to four major hurricanes reaching at least Category 3 status,… Link: The Atlantic may see up to 4 Major Hurricanes this season

Man shot dead at Belair St Philip

Source: Nation Newspaper One man is dead after a shooting incident at Belair, St Philip. Police are on their way to the scene. More details as they come… Link: Man shot dead at Belair St Philip

Start of 24-hour polyclinic service postponed

Source: Nation Newspaper The Ministry of Health and Wellness wishes to advise the public that, due to circumstances beyond its control, the 24-hour medical service proposed for two… Link: Start of 24-hour polyclinic service postponed

Sky’s the limit for Mars

Source: Barbados Today Cadijah Mars has accomplished many of her goals as an outstanding national footballer and soon-to-be University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus graduate. But… Link: Sky’s the limit for Mars

Impressive win by West Indies over Pakistan

Source: Barbados Today Propelled by a barrage of short-pitched bowling, West Indies soared to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan in their first match of the World Cup at… Link: Impressive win by West Indies over Pakistan

Holder’s watchword is ‘aggression’

Source: Barbados Today NOTTINGHAM, England – Captain Jason Holder said the aggression displayed in today’s seven-wicket victory over Pakistan was a blueprint of the type of cricket West… Link: Holder’s watchword is ‘aggression’

USA: 11 Killed In Mass Shooting

Source: St. Lucia Times BBC News:- Eleven people were killed and six others injured in a mass shooting at a government building in the US state of Virginia, police said.… Link: USA: 11 Killed In Mass Shooting

WSC Plans Potable Water Improvements for Cat Island

Source: Bahamas Weekly Executive Chairman of the Water and Sewerage Corporation and Member of Parliament for Long Island, Adrian Gibson, and a team of engineers of the corporation… Link: WSC Plans Potable Water Improvements for Cat Island

Verification of petition raises fear of retribution

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): Public sector workers who signed the petition calling for a people-initiated referendum on the government’s proposed cruise berthing facility have raised concerns that during… Link: Verification of petition raises fear of retribution

‘Gangster Ras’ jailed for gun,ammo possession

Source: Guyana Chronicle Senior Magistrate Leron Daly, on Friday, May 31, 2019, sentenced an East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, resident to serve two years imprisonment for the possession of an… Link: ‘Gangster Ras’ jailed for gun,ammo possession

BTA Super Sprint Thursday Night Series

Source: Bernews The Bermuda Triathlon Association’s Super Sprint Thursday Night Series got underway at the Clearwater Beach on Southside. Twenty-eight competitors took to the course. Nick Pilgrim… Link: BTA Super Sprint Thursday Night Series

Jamaican man jailed for circulating sex-tape on WhatsApp

Source: Guyana Chronicle A 33-year-old Jamaican national was on Friday, May 31, 2019, sentenced to one-year imprisonment for circulating a sex tape of his ex-girlfriend to his contacts… Link: Jamaican man jailed for circulating sex-tape on WhatsApp

Storm Water and Beach Advisory

Source: St. John Source Shoy’s Beach on St. Croix Due to the high volume of rainfall experienced throughout the territory this week, the V.I. Department of Natural Resources (DPNR)… Link: Storm Water and Beach Advisory

Editorial – May 31st. 2019

Source: The Reporter The Police Department and its Commissioner should be supported and commended for their efforts to make it more difficult for young people to buy liquor,… Link: Editorial – May 31st. 2019

It Has Come Down To This !

Source: The Reporter By: Mike Rudon Jr. This isn’t one of the columns I want to write. In fact, I am dreading the writing of it. But I… Link: It Has Come Down To This !

SLASPA Signs Agreement With I.A.M Jet Centre

Source: St. Lucia Times Press Release:-  The St. Lucia Air and Seaports Authority (SLASPA) is pleased to announce the signing of an agreement to set up a Fixed Base… Link: SLASPA Signs Agreement With I.A.M Jet Centre

Million-dollar weed seizure on Spur Tree

Source: Jamaica Star The Narcotics Police arrested two men following the seizure of more than 3,000 pounds of ganja on Spur Tree main road in Manchester on Thursday.… Link: Million-dollar weed seizure on Spur Tree

West Indies Beat Pakistan By Seven Wickets

Source: St. Lucia Times BBC Sports:-  West Indies produced a blistering bowling display to crush Pakistan by seven wickets and begin their World Cup campaign with an emphatic victory at… Link: West Indies Beat Pakistan By Seven Wickets

Jamaica Cops Hunt Father Who Chopped Baby To Death

Source: St. Lucia Times Jamaica Observer:–  The Manchester police were last night hunting taxi operator Shawn McPherson, who is accused of chopping his infant son to death and wounding… Link: Jamaica Cops Hunt Father Who Chopped Baby To Death

Police issue bulletin over murder of Baramita woman

Source: Stabroek News Raveshwar Jainarine is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of Ruthina Thomas between 2018-10-23 and 2018-10-24 at Central Baramita, NWD. Link: Police issue bulletin over murder of Baramita woman

Official Govt & Legal Notices For May 31st 2019

Source: Bernews The official Government and Legal notices for today [May 31] include notice of intention to construct a controlled plant, notification of planning applications registered, notice… Link: Official Govt & Legal Notices For May 31st 2019

30 Minute Video: May 31 ZBM Evening News

Source: Bernews With an aim to expand the way they deliver their news to the community, the Bermuda Broadcasting Company is continuing to live stream their evening… Link: 30 Minute Video: May 31 ZBM Evening News

Mobile Money scam report increases

Source: iNews Guyana The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) on Friday reported a hike in scamming reports from customers in the Mobile Money Department. In light of… Link: Mobile Money scam report increases

Five Documents Tabled In Parliament Today

Source: Bernews Five documents were tabled in the House of Assembly today [May 31] including the BEDC Amendment Act 2019, BMA 2018 Annual Report, the Consolidated Report… Link: Five Documents Tabled In Parliament Today

Weather Forecast For Saturday June 1

Source: Bernews Saturday, June 1 is expected to be cloudy, with the high to be near 26°C/79°F and the low to be near 23°C/74°F according to Weather… Link: Weather Forecast For Saturday June 1

Cops face crime spree on Cayman Brac

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): Seven people have been arrested on Cayman Brac over the last two weeks for various offences, from ABH to cultivating ganja. Five people were… Link: Cops face crime spree on Cayman Brac

From Gangs to Tattoos

Source: The Reporter The price for living the gang life can sometimes be very high, and for Belize City resident and well-known tattoo artist Roque Rodriguez, 39, his… Link: From Gangs to Tattoos

Drive-by shooting leaves five injured in Manchester

Source: Jamaica Star Investigators in Manchester are probing a shooting incident on Thursday afternoon, which resulted in five persons nursing gunshot wounds. Information reaching THE STAR is that… Link: Drive-by shooting leaves five injured in Manchester

New V’zuelan envoy meets President

Source: Newsday New Venezuelan ambassador Carlos Amador Perez presented his credentials to President Paula-Mae Weekes this morning, then paid a courtesy call on Foreign Affairs Minister Dennis… Link: New V’zuelan envoy meets President

Govt promises increase in private sector minimum wage

Source: iNews Guyana The Department of Labour has announced that private sector minimum wage is set to be increased. “The Ministry of Social Protection’s Labour Department is currently… Link: Govt promises increase in private sector minimum wage

$230m allocated for water upgrade

Source: Newsday Cabinet has approved some $225 million for the Ministry of Public Utilities to to improve the water supply to citizens. With an additional $5 million… Link: 0m allocated for water upgrade

Devant: ‘We will go to court’

Source: Newsday Speaking with Newsday, activist and former government minister Devant Maharaj said he is willing to go to court over the seizure of his phone and… Link: Devant: ‘We will go to court’

Caribbean nationals nabbed in maritime smuggling attempt

Source: iNews Guyana MIAMI, Florida (CMC) — United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency said several Caribbean nationals were among persons apprehended during an attempted migrant smuggling… Link: Caribbean nationals nabbed in maritime smuggling attempt

2 U.S. Nationals Rescued At Sapodilla Caye Reserve

Source: The Reporter Friday, May 31st. 2019 – The Belize Coast Guard has reported that they rescued two US Nationals from a 40 foot vessel, the Shambella, which… Link: 2 U.S. Nationals Rescued At Sapodilla Caye Reserve

Gangsters creating mayhem in Maxfield Avenue

Source: Jamaica Star Yet another person has been murdered in the Maxfield Avenue community in Kingston. The latest victim is Tammy Hartwell o/c Shotta or Tommy Lee, who… Link: Gangsters creating mayhem in Maxfield Avenue

CBU launches 50th General Assembly

Source: Carib Vision The Caribbean Broadcasting Union, CBU, in association with the public local TV channel TELEISLAS of the Colombian Island of San Andres (Saint Andrew) launched its… Link: CBU launches 50th General Assembly

The Cemetery Has Turned Into Robber’s Playground

Source: The Reporter Friday, May 31, 2019 – Police have urged members of the public to exercise caution and vigilance when passing the Lord Ridge Cemetery after dark,… Link: The Cemetery Has Turned Into Robber’s Playground

World Tobacco Day

Source: The Voice For the past 32 years, the World Health Organization (WHO) has sponsored this annual awareness day, intended to bring attention … The post World Tobacco… Link: World Tobacco Day

Building resilience

Source: Barbados Today The European Union on Tuesday, May 28, launched a 28 million euro Regional Climate Resilience Building Facility, the largest grant-funded resilience-building project in the Caribbean… Link: Building resilience

Homeless man killed in PoS

Source: Newsday Police are investigating the murder of a man near the George Street plannings this morning. They were called to the scene at around 12.20 am… Link: Homeless man killed in PoS

CPL 2019: 5 Berbicians in Warriors’ power-packed team

Source: iNews Guyana By Brandon Corlette The word ‘busy’ usually conjures up images of activities taking place in metropolises, and even in the capital city of Georgetown in… Link: CPL 2019: 5 Berbicians in Warriors’ power-packed team

West Indies demolished Pakistan

Source: Nation Newspaper NOTTINGHAM – Veteran Chris Gayle smashed a 33-ball fifty as West Indies demolished Pakistan by seven wickets to make a winning start to their ICC… Link: West Indies demolished Pakistan

EU launches regional climate resilience building facility

Source: Nation Newspaper The European Union (EU) launched a 28 million euro Regional Climate Resilience Building Facility on Tuesday. It is the largest grant-funded resilience building project in… Link: EU launches regional climate resilience building facility

Updates: Schools To Close Today, Teachers Meet

Source: Bernews [Updating] There will be an ‘Emergency Meeting’ for the membership of the Bermuda Union of Teachers [BUT] at 8.30am on Friday morning [May 31] at… Link: Updates: Schools To Close Today, Teachers Meet

Barbados courts Milan

Source: Barbados Today The Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (BTMI) has ramped up its marketing, advertising and promotional efforts across Europe with a new campaign, ahead of the new… Link: Barbados courts Milan

Buzzing…

Source: Guyana Chronicle YEAH! Yeah! Tell me about it! Before you know it, it’s a new weekend! Where on earth did the last one go! Anyways, it’s time… Link: Buzzing…

‘Dedication to Daddy 3’ to honour exemplary fathers

Source: Guyana Chronicle PHENOMENAL songbird Delisha Wright is gearing up to ‘trill’ the audience when she performs at ‘Dedication to Daddy 3’ under the theme “Suspicious Minds”, slated… Link: ‘Dedication to Daddy 3’ to honour exemplary fathers

Jay Anderson releases ‘Don’t fight it’

Source: Guyana Chronicle By Tracey Khan ‘JAY Anderson’ prefers to stand out, and is eccentrically creative as an artiste and individual. He uses his talent like a painter to… Link: Jay Anderson releases ‘Don’t fight it’

‘Nothing to Laugh About’ kicks off tonight

Source: Guyana Chronicle –promises to mek yuh laugh til yuh belly bus! THE Saturday and Sunday nights ‘Nothing to Laugh About’ shows are almost sold out, and organisers… Link: ‘Nothing to Laugh About’ kicks off tonight

‘Cocalox’ shot in Diego Martin

Source: Newsday Police are investigating the murder of a 30-year-old Diego Martin man while liming with friends last night. Police said Harold St Louis aka “Cocolox” was… Link: ‘Cocalox’ shot in Diego Martin

‘I am Legend’ in retrospect…

Source: Guyana Chronicle Fans upset ‘Natural Black’ was sidelined  –but ‘homey’ takes it all in his stride WHILE many would have praised the Buju Banton ‘I am Legend’… Link: ‘I am Legend’ in retrospect…

Leading the way

Source: Barbados Today The relationship of the people was strong and bonded by blood long before Barbados and Guyana gained Independence, and now, as the CARICOM sister state… Link: Leading the way

Warwick Academy Opens Marine Science Facility

Source: Bernews Warwick Academy and its Board of Governors held a ground breaking for their new Marine Science Facility on Wednesday, May 29. A spokesperson said, “This… Link: Warwick Academy Opens Marine Science Facility

One Person Injured In Truck Collision In Flatts

Source: Bernews [Updated] It “appears that one person has been injured” in a collision involving two trucks in Flatts this morning [May 31], the police said. A… Link: One Person Injured In Truck Collision In Flatts

WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY: Improve tobacco control measures

Source: Nation Newspaper WASHINGTON – Tobacco control measures, particularly those to ensure smoke-free indoor public and work spaces, must be urgently stepped up in order to protect the… Link: WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY: Improve tobacco control measures

Haiti – Economy : Record inflation at 17.7%

Source: Haiti Libre After a more moderate rise during the month of March +0.7% against + 1.5% in February, the new Consumer Price Index in April 2019 saw… Link: Haiti – Economy : Record inflation at 17.7%

Cayman Islands People Initiated Referendum

Source: Cayman Eye News Date: Thursday, 30 May 2019 Issued by: Elections Office  The Supervisor of Elections met with the Cruise Port Referendum group on Tuesday, 29 May 2019… Link: Cayman Islands People Initiated Referendum

US citizens warned of Guyana’s high crime rate

Source: Guyana Times The US Department of State has sent a stringent warning to all its citizens, urging them to exercise caution when visiting Guyana due to the… Link: US citizens warned of Guyana’s high crime rate

31 May Weather in Cayman

Source: Cayman Eye News 31 May Fri 2019 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Isolated showers will continue across the Cayman area this morning along with moderate winds and slight seas,… Link: 31 May Weather in Cayman

Sea lions, tortoises and boobies, oh my

Source: Cayman Compass The Galapagos, an island chain that famously inspired Darwin to formulate the theory of natural selection, have become one of the world’s most thrilling tourist… Link: Sea lions, tortoises and boobies, oh my

Jamaica gov’t considering gun amnesty — PM

Source: Stabroek News (Jamaica Observer) ST JAMES, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness, says the Government is giving consideration to implementing a gun amnesty as part of measures… Link: Jamaica gov’t considering gun amnesty — PM

Applications Open For BFA Legends Scholarship

Source: Bernews The Bermuda Football Association [BFA] announced that applications are now being accepted for the BFA Legends Scholarships 2019. “Bermuda will recall Mical Hardtman, Deshae Darrell,… Link: Applications Open For BFA Legends Scholarship

GECOM temporarily halts house-to-house registration

Source: Guyana Times The Guyana Election Commission With house-to-house registration set to commence on June 1, 2019, the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has temporarily halted the process. The… Link: GECOM temporarily halts house-to-house registration

Short sentences for sex offenders cause outrage

Source: Jamaica Star The seemingly light sentences being handed down to sexual offenders in the nation’s courts have enraged some. Last week, in the St James Circuit Court,… Link: Short sentences for sex offenders cause outrage

Baby chopped to death, mom in hospital

Source: Jamaica Star Councillor for the Porus division in Manchester, Claudia Baker, is urging a taxi operator to give himself up to the police, after he allegedly chopped… Link: Baby chopped to death, mom in hospital

Police Officer of the Year wants to be first female commish

Source: Jamaica Star Woman Corporal Samantha Brown-Thompson, the LASCO Police Officer of the Year, wants to become Jamaica’s first female commissioner of police. Brown-Thompson, who has been a… Link: Police Officer of the Year wants to be first female commish

GASI commissions new aviation refueller

Source: Guyana Times The Guyana Aviation Services Incorporated (GASI), a subsidiary of the Guyana Oil Company (Guyoil) on Thursday commissioned a spanking new aviation refueller at its location… Link: GASI commissions new aviation refueller

Three Bandits Die In Shootout With Guyana Police

Source: St. Lucia Times Stabroek News:- Three bandits were killed in a shootout last night with police in Norton Street, Lodge that saw the area transformed into a battle zone… Link: Three Bandits Die In Shootout With Guyana Police

Cut links with dons, PM warns police

Source: Jamaica Gleaner Apparently seizing on a major scandal that has rocked the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Prime Minister Andrew Holness has charged the police hierarchy to weed… Link: Cut links with dons, PM warns police

Cops hunt man after 8-month-old chopped to death

Source: Jamaica Gleaner MANDEVILLE, Manchester: The police last night called off the search for a man who was believed to have dramatically jumped into a sinkhole after allegedly… Link: Cops hunt man after 8-month-old chopped to death

Edna Manley sends alleged sex harasser on leave

Source: Jamaica Gleaner WESTERN BUREAU: The male lecturer at the centre of the sexual harassment and assault allegations at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing… Link: Edna Manley sends alleged sex harasser on leave

CMU’s ambassador’s lips sealed

Source: Jamaica Gleaner Balfour Peart, the United States-based Jamaican businessman placed in the spotlight because of two payments by Caribbean Maritime University (CMU) totalling almost $700,000 towards a… Link: CMU’s ambassador’s lips sealed

US$18M signing bonus transferred to Consolidated Fund

Source: Kaieteur News By Kiana Wilburg The Government of Guyana has finally transferred the US$18M signing bonus it had received from ExxonMobil to the Consolidated Fund along with… Link: USM signing bonus transferred to Consolidated Fund

Drug trafficking accused remanded

Source: Barbados Today Two Barbadians and a Vincentian man who says he has no passport because he was in a hurry to travel are now on remand at… Link: Drug trafficking accused remanded

White hope

Source: Barbados Today Still facing treacherous conditions nearly five years after harrowing land slippage threatened their homes and their lives, residents of White Hill, St Andrew are remaining… Link: White hope

GOVERNOR GIVES BREXIT UPDATE

Source: Island Sun BVI Governor Augustus Jaspert Leaving the European Union with a deal remains a United Kingdom Government (UKG) priority and an agreement has been reached with… Link: GOVERNOR GIVES BREXIT UPDATE

‘Winning opening match crucial’

Source: Barbados Today NOTTINGHAM, England – Left-hander Darren Bravo has stressed the importance of starting the World Cup on a winning note and has warned teammates not to… Link: ‘Winning opening match crucial’

Stern warning to PSVs

Source: Nation Newspaper The wrath of the Transport Authority will be unleashed on owners of public service vehicles (PSVs) if routes are not serviced properly. The warning has… Link: Stern warning to PSVs

Gonsalves: LIAT share talks coming

Source: Nation Newspaper The governments of Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda are to sit at the negotiating table in the coming days to determine how many shares will… Link: Gonsalves: LIAT share talks coming

Breaking News: Bandits shot dead in shootout with cops

Source: Guyana Chronicle Two bandits were on Thursday shot dead and third arrested during a shootout with police on Norton Street, Georgetown. A policeman was injured during the… Link: Breaking News: Bandits shot dead in shootout with cops

Immigration relief as man goes home

Source: Nation Newspaper Juan Abraham Ramirez Rijo is breathing a sigh of relief today because he is going home to the Dominican Republic. Immigration officials are also sighing… Link: Immigration relief as man goes home

WI: We got this

Source: Nation Newspaper   There is an air of unpredictability for the start of the West Indies’ first Cricket World Cup match against Pakistan on Friday. These two… Link: WI: We got this

Dream start for Archer

Source: Nation Newspaper LONDON – Barbadian fast bowling sensation Jofra Archer made a dream World Cup debut yesterday, snatching three wickets in a hostile display to help propel… Link: Dream start for Archer

Local artist J Nez releases EP

Source: Cayman Compass Following your dreams of stardom can be a tough road, but for some, the siren call of the stage is too strong to ignore. Link: Local artist J Nez releases EP

June movies at Camana Bay Cinema

Source: Cayman Compass Bollywood lovers will be happy to see that there are no fewer than three films from those particular studios this month, covering everything from action… Link: June movies at Camana Bay Cinema

Police, bandits in shootout at Norton Street Lodge

Source: iNews Guyana There is currently an exchange of gunfire between police and suspected bandits at Norton Street, Lodge, Georgetown. INews understands that one officer has been shot… Link: Police, bandits in shootout at Norton Street Lodge

90,000 USB charging cables recalled

Source: St. Lucia News Online (FORTUNE) — Target is warning customers not to use its “heyday” charging cable to power up their Apple device. The retailer, in conjunction with the… Link: 90,000 USB charging cables recalled

Ronald “Jack” Flowers Arraigned for Attempted Murder

Source: Channel 5 Belize Ronald “Jack” Flowers Sixty-seven-year-old Frank Arnold is fighting for his life at the K.H.M.H., after he was stabbed multiple times by Ronald Flowers, who is… Link: Ronald “Jack” Flowers Arraigned for Attempted Murder

Saint Lucia Welcomes Taiwan Foreign Minister

Source: St. Lucia Times Press Release:– The Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Jaushieh Joseph Wu arrived in Saint Lucia for an Official Visit today,… Link: Saint Lucia Welcomes Taiwan Foreign Minister

Who Wants Guatemalan National Edin Perez Dead & Why?

Source: Channel 5 Belize Joseph Myvett Who wants Guatemalan national Edin Garcia Perez dead and why, is still up in the air tonight as police officers continue to investigate… Link: Who Wants Guatemalan National Edin Perez Dead & Why?

Terrence Lopez is Arraigned for Placencia Shooting

Source: Channel 5 Belize Terrence Lopez Earlier this week, we reported on a shooting incident in Placencia in which Francis Eiley was shot in the leg during an altercation… Link: Terrence Lopez is Arraigned for Placencia Shooting

The Editor speaks: June is almost here

Source: Cayman Eye News Colin Wilson June is the month of my birthday and, coincidentally and more importantly, also “welcomes” in the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. However,… Link: The Editor speaks: June is almost here

Ombudsman Conference A ‘Great Success’

Source: Bernews The 10th Biennial Caribbean Ombudsman Association [CAROA] Conference concluded on Wednesday at the Fairmont Southampton Resort in Bermuda. The Ombudsman for Bermuda, Victoria Pearman, and… Link: Ombudsman Conference A ‘Great Success’

Footballers provided with opportunity

Source: Barbados Today The football teams of the University of the West Indies (UWI) have a new avenue through which to improve their talent. In addition, following the… Link: Footballers provided with opportunity

Archer blasts off as England win opener

Source: Barbados Today LONDON – Barbadian fast bowling sensation, Jofra Archer, made a dream World Cup debut today, snatching three wickets in a hostile display to help propel… Link: Archer blasts off as England win opener

POF urges people to contact MLAs over NCL

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): Local students are not letting up on their growing campaign to force government to do more to protect Cayman’s natural environment. And with many… Link: POF urges people to contact MLAs over NCL

Integrity & Ethics In Workplace Info Session

Source: Bernews Executive Director of Transcendence Tawanna Wedderburn will be presenting a Lunch and Learn session at the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce on the topic of “Integrity and… Link: Integrity & Ethics In Workplace Info Session

Captain Hopeful

Source: Barbados Today NOTTINGHAM, England – Fuelled by a desire to prove their many detractors wrong, a confident West Indies will launch an ambitious bid to win the… Link: Captain Hopeful

Review: Rum Punch Brunch Bermuda

Source: Bernews [Written by Mikaela Ian Pearman] It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon in an exclusive venue. Music was blaring, drinks were flowing, the décor was stunning… Link: Review: Rum Punch Brunch Bermuda

Motorcyclist Seriously Injured In Traffic Incident

Source: The Reporter VIDEO BELOW Thursday, May 30th. 2019 – A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a traffic incident that occurred at the corner of Dean Street and… Link: Motorcyclist Seriously Injured In Traffic Incident

Parliament: Order Of Business For May 31st

Source: Bernews Statements on T.N. Tatem Middle School, Railway Trail & Gibbets Island, and the Efficiency Committee Report are due to be delivered in the House of… Link: Parliament: Order Of Business For May 31st

House-to-House registration delayed

Source: iNews Guyana GECOM’s house-to-house registration which was slated to begin on June 1, 2019 has been delayed, according to Public Relations Officer (PRO) Yolanda Warde. However, she… Link: House-to-House registration delayed

Central Bank Governor Says EC Dollar Is Strong

Source: St. Lucia Times The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), has asserted that the Eastern Caribbean is strong. Doctor Timothy Antoine made the assertion in Grenada… Link: Central Bank Governor Says EC Dollar Is Strong

Final port bids in, ministry reveals

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): The Cayman Islands Ministry of Tourism has said that the final stage of the procurement process for the cruise berthing facility in George Town… Link: Final port bids in, ministry reveals

Convict gets 75 years for Mocha mechanic’s murder

Source: Stabroek News Days shy of the fourth death anniversary of Mocha mechanic Terrence Lanferman, the man convicted for his murder was today sentenced to 75 years behind… Link: Convict gets 75 years for Mocha mechanic’s murder

West Terrace Post Office permanently closed

Source: Barbados Today   Members of the public are advised that with immediate effect, the West Terrace Post Office is permanently closed. However, the Postmaster General advises that… Link: West Terrace Post Office permanently closed

CRICKET: SPL T20 2019 Heats Up

Source: The Voice The Saint Lucia Premier League (SPL) T20 tournament continues tomorrow (Friday 31st May 2019) at the Phillip Marcellin Ground (PMG) … The post CRICKET: SPL… Link: CRICKET: SPL T20 2019 Heats Up

Saint Lucia, CDEMA Review National Shutdown Policy

Source: St. Lucia Times Press Release:– Saint Lucia’s National Shutdown Policy was last reviewed in 2011. The country is currently in the process of reviewing that policy document with the… Link: Saint Lucia, CDEMA Review National Shutdown Policy

Budget Press Conference 2019/2020

Source: Bahamas Weekly See official remarks, delivered by K. Peter Turnquest, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance at the Ministry of Finance’s Budget Press Conference 2019/2020, held… Link: Budget Press Conference 2019/2020

Trump Card or Joker of the Pack?

Source: The Voice Many in the know doubt OPIC can deliver what the CBI didn’t in 35 years and warn Caribbean countries against … The post Trump Card… Link: Trump Card or Joker of the Pack?

Jereem cops Diamond League bronze

Source: Newsday WORLD Relay gold medallist Jereem Richards copped a bronze medal in the third leg of the Diamond League in Stockholm, Sweden, earlier today. Richards, running… Link: Jereem cops Diamond League bronze

Electrical fault results in power dip

Source: Newsday   An electrical fault on Wednesday resulted in power surges and disruptions throughout TT and affected the country’s desalination company. A statement by T&TEC on… Link: Electrical fault results in power dip

BFIS internships under way

Source: The Royal Gazette The BFIS 2019 Bermuda Intro-to-Insurance Internships kicked off last week when a group of four Bermuda students and two students from the Katie School of… Link: BFIS internships under way

Church schools get failing grades

Source: Cayman News Service (CNS): Triple C School and Wesleyan Christian Academy were both rated as ‘weak’ following school inspections this month. While government schools have been accused of… Link: Church schools get failing grades

Ascendant shares rise 1.3%

Source: The Royal Gazette Shares of Ascendant Group, the parent company of Belco, improved 24 cents, or 1.3 per cent, to $18.30 after 5,000 traded on The Royal Gazette/BSX… Link: Ascendant shares rise 1.3%

RA: no decision yet on 5G for island

Source: The Royal Gazette No decision has yet been made on the deployment of Fifth Generation technology on the island.Widely known as 5G, it is the next generation of… Link: RA: no decision yet on 5G for island

Cox to receive lifetime achievement award

Source: The Royal Gazette Jeremy Cox, Bermuda Monetary Authority executive chairman, will receive a Fred Reiss Lifetime Achievement Award at next month’s Bermuda Captive Conference.Mr Cox joined the BMA… Link: Cox to receive lifetime achievement award

Bus cancellations today

Source: The Royal Gazette More than 30 buses have been cancelled this afternoon, according to an alert released by the Government.A total of 34 buses scheduled to to begin… Link: Bus cancellations today

Harris upholds the integrity of CBI programme

Source: St. Kitts & Nevis Observer Prime Minister Timothy Harris at his Wednesday, May 29, 2019 press conference. Prime Minister Timothy Harris  condemned recent attempts to place unfounded sanctions on St.… Link: Harris upholds the integrity of CBI programme

Traffic Incident On The Northern Hwy. Last Night

Source: The Reporter VIDEO BELOW A traffic accident in which an overturned vehicle is seen in this video occurred last night near a Belizean nightclub near Mile 13… Link: Traffic Incident On The Northern Hwy. Last Night

Rain forces postponement of Appleton Estate Signature Nights

Source: Jamaica Star Poor weather conditions have forced the postponement of Appleton Estate Signature Nights, which was scheduled for this Thursday at Murray’s Chillin’ in Clarendon. The new… Link: Rain forces postponement of Appleton Estate Signature Nights

Draw the line

Source: Barbados Today Separating your personal life from your professional life is possible says enthusiastic young author Nekisha Prince-Haynes in her book called Your Client Is Not Your… Link: Draw the line

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