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Why choosing crypto as legal tender could be an economic disaster for Caribbean

Crypto developers endeavouring to convince Caribbean governments to choose it as legal tender: Reports

Caribbean: CDEMA hosts fourth annual Exercise SYNERGY as 2022 Hurricane season approaches 

The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) and its Coordinating Unit (CU) hosted its fourth annual Exercise SYNERGY virtually across the Caribbean region as the Hurricane Season for 2022 approaches

Caribbean votes in favour of UN resolution against Russian aggression in Ukraine

Most of the countries stood against Russia due to its military action against Ukraine, and the Caribbean region is also among them.

Caribbean nations vote in favour of UN resolution against Russian invasion in Ukraine

Amid the crisis between Russia and Ukraine, seven Caribbean nations just voted in favour of this United Nations resolution against Russian aggression in Ukraine.

SVG team wins OECS/ECCR 2022 Netball Series in Dominica

St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) have secured the Gloria Ballantyne Trophy in the latest season of the OECS/ECCR Netball Series, hosted by Dominica...

Dominica: 2nd OECS-ECCB International Netball Series to shoot off from 12-18 February

The final stage for the 2nd OECS-ECCB International Netball Series from 12-18 February has been positioned at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium, Commonwealth of Dominica.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit attends 71st OECS vitual meeting; discusses several matters of concern

Prime Minister of Dominica Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, on January 26, Wednesday, has attended and taken participation in the 71st Meeting of the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).

Caribbean Ministers extends greetings to Barbadian PM Mottley on her massive win

Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has won the first elections of Barbados with a clean sweep, setting up an example for others to follow. With this win, she also attracted international attention from other nations as well.

Omicron is becoming a new challenge to Caribbean tourism sector

The Caribbean region, one of the most tourism-dependent regions globally, was predicted to be the world's one of the regions most hit by the global pandemic.

Government terminates unvaccinated teachers in St Vincent and Grenadines

On Thursday, St Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Union has confirmed the dismissal of several teachers from their jobs for failing to comply with the government's vaccination policy.

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