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“When it’s your turn to get vaccinated, remember: these vaccines can save your life.”

Misinformation is one of the most severe threats to public health. It is the most damaging as it triggers the vaccine's hesitation, said Carissa F. Etienne, director of the Pan American Health Organization

St Kitts and Nevis: Government invested $15 million for agriculture revival

While the production of sugar on a commercial basis in 2005 in St. Kitts has been stopped from offering greater opportunities for expansion in non-sugar agriculture

Canadian MP caught nude amid video conference

A Canadian lawmaker was caught completely naked during a virtual meeting of the House of Commons in Canada.

Money is there, now vaccines will come to Venezuela: Maduro

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that the government had made a second payment to the World Health Organization (WHO) COVAX initiative to gain access to about 11 million coronavirus vaccines.

St Vincent: Another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano, total 30 explosions so far

At around 4:49 PM there was another explosive eruption in La Soufrière volcano in St Vincent and the Grendines which totalled 30 explosions so far

Prince Philip’s funeral: No state funeral due to COVID-19 restrictions

Prince Philip will be laid to rest today with a custom looking somewhat different to previous royal funerals — a resolution down to Philip's...

PM Harris: SKN Government spent $25 million on severance payments

Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, the number of staff members at the Department of Labor has been increased, and another shift has been added to be able to pay more claims in a more efficient time.

CARICOM holds emergency session, pledges support to St Vincent and Grenadines

Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) met on Thursday 15 April during a special emergency session to discuss the situation in St Vincent and the Grenadines caused by the ongoing volcanic eruptions of La Soufriere.

UDP: Inquiring into the Inquiry

The events that unfolded in this morning’s instalment of the so-called Commission of Inquiry into the alleged sale of Government assets seem to confirm the complete lack of authenticity or usefulness of the exercise and exposes the Briceño Administration as pursuing a narrow political agenda of witch-hunting with absolutely no interest in implementing meaningful reform in the management of public assets.

Grenada: 21-year-old sentenced 20 years imprisonment for murder charge

A twenty-one-year-old native of St. John who was charged with the brutal murder of a fifty-seven-year-old British pensioner in the town of Waltham in St. Mark in May 2019 was sentenced to nineteen years and five months imprisonment.

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Guyana to receive emergency aid from EU

Guyana island is expected to receive emergency assistance from the European Union - EU. This aid would be provided under the Civil Protection Mechanism of the EU.

Kamla asks Health Minister of T&T to resign

The opposition party leader in Trinidad and Tobago has asked the health minister to resign over the COVID-19 vaccine disaster in the previous days.

IMF warns Belize to control its debt

The IMF has predicted that the real gross domestic product - GDP growth would be 1.5 per cent for 2021 and 6.2 per cent for the year 2022.

Guyana: After quitting politics in 2020, Jaipaul Sharma forms own party

Georgetown, Guyana: After quitting politics in 2020, Jaipaul Sharma on Friday evening announced his political party. The party have been named the Equal Rights and...

COVID-19: St Kitts and Nevis goes into lockdown for 14-days

St Kitts and Nevis is to go into lockdown for 14 days starting 6 pm on Saturday, June 12, as COVID-19 cases mount. Prime...