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  • FCIB to make billion-dollar regional investment

    Over US$1 billion in new investment is expected to be pumped into Caribbean economies through private sector financing of various projects. ...
  • South Carolina shooting victims united by their devotion to church

    The victims of Wednesday's mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, were bonded in life by their faith and their close links to the historic African-American church where they worshipped, studied the Bible, and were killed. ...
  • Tunisian consular workers freed 'in exchange for Libyan commander'

    Ten Tunisian diplomatic staff who were kidnapped by gunmen in Libya have been freed, the foreign minister says. ...
  • Climate Change: not a matter of if, it is a matter of when – Rankine

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 19th June 2015 (MiyVue.com) – Over 60 media and communications specialists from around the OECS are in St. Kitts discussing strategies to better inform and implement programs that help to inform and educate people about Climate Ch...
  • OECS director general says foundations of the OECS represent pillars of resilience

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 19th June 2015 (MiyVue.com) – On the occasion of the 34th Anniversary of the founding of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Director General Dr. Didacus Jules said the achievements of the sub-regional organizatio...
  • Dr Drew calls on young men to choose peace, life and love

    Basseterre – Local physician Dr Terrance Drew wants young men in St. Kitts and Nevis and particular in Cayon and other areas of St. Christopher 8 to choose peace, life and love. ...
  • Appointment of Ms. Maritza Bowry

    The TDC Group of Company's Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Maritza Bowry as a Director of the company. ...
  • Appointment of Ms. Maritza Bowry

    The TDC Group of Company's Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Maritza Bowry as a Director of the company. ...
  • ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Who Arrived To Prom In An Ambulance Is Now In Big Trouble

    Remember back in the day when prom meant you and your friends going halfsies, threesies and foursies on a limo rental? Yeah, well we’re not back in the day anymore. Now it’s about flexing and pulling up in a horse & carriage rides, fancy sports cars...
  • Another star falls

    LONDON, England (AFP) — Stan Wawrinka became the latest star to suffer a shock exit from Queen's Club as the French Open champion was beaten 7-6 (7/4), 7-6 (13/11) by South Africa's Kevin Anderson yesterday. ...
  • Trinidad journalist's relatives attacked

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - Female relatives of Trinidad radio talk show host Marcia Braveboy were held up beaten and robbed on Tuesday night. The four women were at their home in Couva – two teenagers; a 38-year old visiting sister, Rachel Braveboy...
  • Jazz Matazz, a superb show

    PATRONS attending the second staging of Caribbean Jazz Matazz at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Florida, last Sunday, were left on a musical high. ...
  • US says woman will appear on new $10 note

    The US Treasury Department says a redesigned $10 note will feature a woman, but who she will be has not been decided. ...
  • Argentine suspects in FIFA scandal surrender

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AFP) – Two Argentine businessmen wanted on US charges of bribing FIFA officials have surrendered, the justice ministry said Thursday. ...
  • Riot at prison

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - prisoners were taken for treatment at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex yesterday morning following a confrontation between the two groups at the Remand Prison, Golden Grove, Arouca.   ...
  • Canada gov’t website hacked — minister

    OTTAWA, Canada (AFP) — The Canadian Government's public website for applying for social services and downloading official forms was briefly shut down yesterday in a cyberattack, a senior minister said. ...
  • Pope calls for 'action now' to save planet, stem warming, help poor

    Pope Francis demanded swift action on Thursday to save the planet from environmental ruin, urging world leaders to hear "the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor", plunging theCatholic Church into political controversy over climate change. ...
  • PM not willing to go down the low road with Mottley

    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, who spoke just before 11 p.m. on Wednesday night, sought to fend off damning allegations raised by Opposition Leader Mia Mottley against some of his Cabinet ministers, describing the charges as nothin...
  • US$120m World Bank help for struggling C’bean countries

    The World Bank Group yesterday launched a multi-million-dollar lending programme to generate sustainable growth in struggling Caribbean nations. ...
  • Mexico police dismantle video cameras installed by gang

    Police in the Mexican city of Reynosa in north-eastern state Tamaulipas state have dismantled 39 surveillance video cameras installed by a local gang. ...

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  • Suriname president fires acting House speaker PARAMARIBO, Suriname - In a move said to avoid a possible legislative vacuum, the president of Suriname on Sunday night dismissed acting speaker of the newly elected parliament. As the oldest elected legislator,...
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