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Citizenship by Investment Programme of Dominica provides stability to applicants

The Citizenship by Investment Programme of the Commonwealth of Dominica allows individuals to invest in dynamic citizenship by investment programme, representing a historical transformation of several sectors, such as agriculture, healthcare, economy and climate-resilient housing. 

St Kitts and Nevis becoming ideal Citizenship by Investment choice amid pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to rethink their priorities and even geographical locations/citizenships. While the virus started to spread from a single place...

Bahamas government signs an airspace agreement with US FAA

Bahamas: The government of Bahamas has signed an -Air Navigation Services Agreement with the United States Federal Aviation Administration - FAA, to allow the...

Minister Stuart Young meets BHPTT to discuss BHP’s plans in T&T

Honourable Stuart R. Young, M.P. - The Minister of Energy and Energy Industries and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister conducted a meeting with the BHP Trinidad & Tobago Executives - Vincent Pereira- the Country Manager, and - Michael Stone, - incoming Country Manager.

‘Work from Home’ model is new future of work : Dr Davidson

Jamaica's first mutually owned commercial bank- JN Bank's Manager- Dr Ransford Davidson, declared that the new work from home model is the future of the work, adopted by many organisations of Jamaica amid the COVID-19 outbreak in the world.

Barbados: New school term delayed a week due to La Soufrière ashfall

The start of the new school term has been delayed by a week because the Ministry of Education, Technology and Vocational Training is starting a massive clean-up of school facilities, due to the asphalt of the volcano La Soufrière.

Indian Millionaires seeking wealth migration thru Citizenship by Investment

India is currently suffering the same crisis as over 7,000 HNWIs have already migrated to other nations that offer ease of doing business and social security.

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip dies at 99

The Duke of Edinburgh was constantly on the side of the Queen and for decades an integral and beloved member of the royal family.

Paying tax is Dominican civic duty, says Joffrey Joseph, Assistant Comptroller

"Tax played a crucial role in developing any country and it's the civic duty of every citizen to pay taxes on time, " says Joffrey Joseph, Assistant Comptroller, Audit LMTS during Prime minister of Dominica weekly programme 'Annou Plale '.

Business owners starting to invest in non-traditional areas: Mark Brantley

Nevis Premier Mark Brantley stated that business owners are starting to invest in non-traditional areas, thanks to the lessons learnt from coronavirus and the NIA’s provision of an enabling environment for such investment.

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Dominica establishes diplomatic relations with Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan and the Commonwealth of Dominica have signed a joint communiqué on establishing diplomatic relations.

T&T to be under State of emergency amid COVID pandemic

During the media conference held on 15 May 2021, the Prime Minister of T&T - Dr Keith Rowley, announced a state of emergency with a curfew in place from 9 PM to 5 AM from today mid-night.

PM Briceno wishes teachers, a ‘Happy Teachers Day’

The Prime Minister of Belize - Johnny Briceno, wishes teachers on the eve of - Happy teachers day with a heartfelt message via social media.

FCB president – Higinio Velez dies of COVID-19

The President of the Cuban Baseball Federation,-FCB - Higinio Velez, dies after complications due to the COVID-19 mutant. He was also the manager when Cuba won Olympic gold in 2004.

Report: Jamaica sees hike in flight booking from US travellers

According to recently published data from - online travel agency cheap oair, Jamaica island is among the seven places that have seen a hike of more than 100 per cent in flight bookings from US travellers in the month of April 2021, compared to the month of January 2021.