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Scott Johnson


Minister Faris Al-Rawi ensures meaningful local government reform

I have been assigned the tremendous responsibility of driving one of the major planks of government focus by ensuring the delivery of meaningful local government reform to ensure the betterment of the lives of the people of our nation.

Meet new Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs: Reginald TA Armour

who is an Attorney at Law in private practice, specializing as an Advocate in the areas of commercial law, labour relations constitutional and public law and, as consultant Counsel to his clients.

Antigua and Barbuda: Gasoline prices goes up by $3.20 per gallon, reaches $15.70

People of Antigua and Barbuda will have to pay more to drive their vehicles as the government has announced plans to increase fuel prices in the country.

Russia slaps sanctions on Joe Biden, other senior US Government leaders

During the conflict with Ukraine, Russia has imposed sanctions against US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and others.

BDF Gets A Boost In The Fight Against COVID-19

The Barbados Defence Force recently received a donation of a full-body, self-sanitisation unit from "#1 Beauty Supply Barbados"

Former PM Allen Chastanet makes serious efforts to damage St Lucia

“Corruption is a cancer: A cancer that eats away a citizen’s faith in democracy, diminishes the instinct for innovation and creativity.” which was proven to be true by the former Prime Minister of St Lucia, Allen Chastanet.

With refugee flows, EU’s hospitality will be put to the test

Researchers predict that the European Union (EU) will struggle to manage the continent's greatest migration crisis in seven decades.

PNCR welcomes heads of states in Guyana,

Statement by the People's National Congress Reform - PNCR Party Leader, Aubrey Norton to the Visiting Dignitaries to the International Energy Conference and Exhibition...

Construction sector to provde more jobs, stimulate economy of St Kitts and Nevis

In its ongoing attempts to boost the local economy, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis has invested in capital projects such as infrastructure and housing.

Barbados lifts curfew on ‘Valentine’s Day’

Barbados will relax its curfew from 12 am to 5 am on February 14, allowing for the resumption of various leisure activities for the island's residents on 'Valentine's Day'.

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