Caribbean Newsline (November 30th)

Caribbean Newsline (November 30th)

Topping the headlines, heavy rains put a damper on Barbados’ 50th Anniversary of Independence celebrations. Wednesday marked 50 years that Barbados has been an independent nation, but plans to celebrate that in a big way were rained out.  Heavy showers that resulted in major flooding all across the island on...

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Caribbean Newsline (October 29th)

Caribbean Newsline (October 29th)

In the headlines: Failed strike by government Opposition in Venezuela Spy investigation in Trinidad & Tobago Probe into Trinidad President’s housing allowance Several prisoners to be released in St. Vincent ahead of Independence Voter registration move in the Bahamas and in Sports: Windies bowling coach banking on team to remain...

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Caribbean Newsline (October 27th)

Caribbean Newsline (October 27th)

In the headlines: UNICEF needs additional US$22.5m to meet increasing needs in Haiti Heavy rains and flash floods leave hundreds stranded in Jamaica Jamaica beefing up security in volatile areas Police involved in homicides on the decline in Trinidad Travellers feeling effects from LIAT cuts and in Sports: West Indies (men)...

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Caribbean Newsline (October 26th)

Caribbean Newsline (October 26th)

In the headlines: Protests in Venezuela Teenager shot and killed during food distribution in Haiti US abstains from vote to end Cuba embargo LIAT CEO demands an apology from president of pilots’ association Guyana’s top cop responds to allegations Police in Trinidad undecided about intern’s false report and in Sports: Veteran...

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Big Bang episode #70

Big Bang episode #70

In this episode, highlights of the recently concluded West Indies (men) vs. Pakistan test tour.

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Caribbean-in-10 (October 21st)

Caribbean-in-10 (October 21st)

We are following: Strike action by Petrotrin employees Belize’s House Speaker suing government UN’s Ban Ki-Moon calls for assistance to Haiti  

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Caribbean Newsline (October 19th)

Caribbean Newsline (October 19th)

In the headlines: No confidence motion defeated in Dominica parliament T&T Court of Appeal dismisses election petition Belize teachers back at work St. Lucians told to be wary of false US waivers Way forward for LIAT and in Sports: Keiron Pollard: ‘Simmons sacking led to Windies meltdown’ West Indies (women) lose...

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Caribbean-in-10 (October 19th)

Caribbean-in-10 (October 19th)

We are following: Bahamas government considering a ‘hurricane tax’ Belize teachers back at work following strike action T&T Electoral & Boundaries Commission needs more power and in Sports: Bahamas’ Prime Minister Christie says Games will continue Jamaica’s Prime Minister Holness defends cash awards for athletes

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