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“CELAC can serve as a voice for the unity and cooperation,” says PM Pierre

Prime Minister of St Lucia, Philip J Pierre attending his first conference after being elected to the highest office in St Lucia, expressed that he feels privileged to be in the company of the members of CELAC. 

St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party outline achievements as 38th Independence arrives

In view of the 38th anniversary of the independence of St Kitts and Nevis, SKNLP outlined their development works in the tourism sector.

Upcoming US $300 million worth project to transform tourism sector in Caribbean

A new $300 million project is set to be in the Caribbean that will transform the tourism sector in the region. The upcoming project...

St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party highlights health sector works during their tenure

"As we continue our highlights leading up to Independence let us take a look at the major developments made in the health sector over the years"

Tourism Minister appoints members of St Lucia Tourism Authority and Invest St Lucia

Minister of Tourism, Dr Ernest Hilaire on Tuesday announced the list of persons appointed under St Lucia Tourism Authority

I have engaged the cruise lines to bring ships back to our shores safely, says Minister Grant

my team and I have been discussing the routes with the sole aim of bringing cruise ships back to our shores and doing so safely

Movies filmed in Nevis will soon be available on international streaming services

The three movies filmed on Nevis by MSR Media over the past seven months have all been sold to distributors and will soon be available on international streaming services.

St Lucia is under $4 billion debt due to previous government, says PM Pierre

Prime Minister Philip J Pierre, on the informal discussion with media personnel, has said that country’s finances are in a mess and soon the government would reveal the findings.

Dominica: 63 acres land clearance begins for construction of international airport

The work has commenced on the clearing of 63 acres of land in Wesley for the construction of the international airport.

Grenada confirms second COVID-19 related death

Grenada on Monday confirmed second death in the country due to COVID-19.

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Commodore Gorman becomes first female Chief of Defence Force in Jamaica

Three senior Jamaican Defence Force commanders were interviewed for their job

Antigua and Barbuda: 3 workers union starts legally opposing new vaccine mandate policy

The Antigua and Barbuda Public Service Association had filed this lawsuit

Marigot Hospital built by MMCE to become milestone in Dominica healthcare development

MMCE had come up as an organisation that is committed to its work and project assigned

St Kitts and Nevis records 38 new COVID-19 cases

According to the updation, there are 761 people who have quarantined themselves at their residence

Trinidad and Tobago records 285 new COVID-19 cases

470,075 people have been fully vaccinated on the island