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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.

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. 

Belize is listed among the safest islands to visit this summer 

Belize: MSN Lifestyle has listed Belize island as 1 of the 11 safest destinations to travel this summer.  The island is 1 of only 15...

A Different Perspective by David Allard

Do the Grenada Union of Teachers (gut) and public workers generally have a right to protest? Do members of the Royal Grenada Police Force have a right to call-in and interview any member of the public?

St Kitts and Nevis ships 3 containers of relief supplies to St Vincent

The twin-island nation has sent three more containers of emergency supplies to Vincent and the Grenadines added two others previously sent supplies in the past. St Kitts & Nevis proved to be a Good Samaritan for its displaced brothers and sisters in the aftermath of the ongoing eruptions of La Soufrière volcano.

SKNLP, Labour union challenges government, employers on mandatory vaccination

Dr Denzil Douglas, Leader of the Opposition and the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, and Larry Vaughn, 1st Vice President of the St. Kitts Nevis Trades and Labour Union spoke recently at a Town Hall meeting in Newton Ground Village in solidarity with workers on the vaccination issue.

Travel restrictions extended for Brazil, UK and South Africa

The government of St Kitts and Nevis announced that travel advice originally issued on February 7, 2021, has been further extended for another 30 days and is effective from April 8, 2021. This advice is intended for travellers from Brazil, the United Kingdom (UK) and South Africa.

Businesses finding hope in sustained reopening: Free National Movement

The Free National Movement (FNM) stated the Minnis administration’s leadership in sustaining a safe and responsible economic reopening

India donates 40,000 vaccines to Trinidad and Tobago

Foreign Minister Dr Amery Browne and Indian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Arun Kumar Sahu at Piarco Internation Aiprot during handing over ceremony of Vaccines

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.

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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.

Government can’t risk life of citizens by allowing travellers from Haiti: Darren

Darren Henfield - Minister of Foreign Affairs on 14 May 2021, stated, "The government cannot bear to risk the safety of Bahamians or the potential for The Bahamas economy to rebound by allowing travellers from Haiti.