Court Beans honest comment invalid
Royal Gazette

Remarks by Marc Bean suggesting involvement in criminal activity on the part of Michael Dunkley cannot be taken as fair comment, the Court of Appeal has ruled. The defamation case between Mr Bean and Mr Dunkley began...

Teen and senior bridge generation gap
Royal Gazette

A teenager teamed up with a 91-year-old woman to compete in a landmark game of bridge this week. Even though they did not win, Nea Willits said Tyler Irby, 17, played very well. I enjoyed the game very much, Ms Willits...

Governance by litigation is not democratic
Royal Gazette

Dear Sir,It should give us all consternation that local politics is becoming a circus played out in the courts due to accusation, allegations and what appears to be outright lies to discredit your opposition politically....

A new beginning for Dominica- PM Skerrit
Dominica News Online

Prime minister Skerrit has described as heart wrenching, the loss of life from the devastating passage of Tropical storm Erika. Erika hit the island on Thursday August 28, 2015 and caused, in the words of the prime...

PM Skerrit addresses the nation
Dominica News Online

Following the passage of TS Erika, 20 people have been confirmed dead and Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit on Friday took to the air to address the nation. Below is his full address. It is with a heavy heart that I...

All 21 parliamentarians to form National Reconstruction Advisory Committee
Dominica News Online

With 20 Dominicans confirmed dead and facing what he described as a ‘national disaster’ following the passage of Tropical Storm Erika, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, has invited all elected parliamentarians...

Court Rules: Michael Dunkley vs Marc Bean Case
Bernews

The Court of Appeal has ruled on the Michael Dunkley vs Marc Bean libel case, saying “there was no factual basis on which to found a defence of fair comment.” In 2013, Michael Dunkley, who was then the Deputy...

Phenomenal! - Portia congratulates athletes
Jamaica Observer

PRIME Minister Portia Simpson Miller has described as phenomenal the performances of Jamaica's athletes on days six and seven of the IAAF World Athletics Championships now underway in Beijing, China.

US-Jamaicans welcome Ralph Thomas's appointment
Jamaica Observer

WASHINGTON, DC -- Jamaicans residing in north-east United States have welcomed the appointment of Ralph Thomas as Jamaica's new ambassador to Washington, DC.

Former bodybuilding champ calls for chief judge’s head
Antigua Observer

Former national bodybuilding champion, Orson Martin, has called for the removal of chief judge, Errol Williams, and has urged the Bodybuilding Federation to employ a rotation process where the selection of judges is...

Oil prices will stabilise
Trinidad Guardian

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar expects oil prices to stabilize soon despite its continuous slide over the last year. “We are at a time when there are challenges. There have been challenges over the last...

Fuel subsidy cuts unavoidable
Trinidad Guardian

Cutting subsidies on oil and gas cannot be avoided if T&T is to reduce its expenditure to cope with declines in global markets, Mariano Brown, former Minister in the Ministry of Finance said yesterday. “The real...

Reifer, Bishop spur WICB U-15s to victory on UK Tour
Trinidad Guardian

LONDON—Half-centuries from compatriots Nico Reifer and Joshua Bishop have helped the WICB Invitational Under-15s to victory in the two latest matches on their tour of the United Kingdom. Reifer cracked 60, spurring...

Jones, Bateau, Peltier out Mexico friendly
Trinidad Guardian

Soca Warriors coach Stephen Hart has recalled the quartet of Marcus Joseph, Trevin Caesar, Gavin Hoyte and Neveal Hackshaw to the national team for Friday’s international friendly against Concacaf powerhouse Mexico...

Govt. assures GECOM of immediate move towards LGE
Kaieteur News

…once draft amendments green-lighted Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan has assured the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) of an immediate move towards the long awaited Local Government Elections (LGE), once the...

VAT to be removed from all types of flour
Kaieteur News

Finance Minister, Winston Jordan announced yesterday that there have been some minor changes to the Value-Added Tax Amendment Bill. Fortunately, Jordan said, the changes only spell more good news for the Guyanese people,...

In Your Neighbourhood
Jamaica Gleaner

The Gleaner clip Petrojam in BH footballThe Gleaner kept their hopes alive for a semi-final spot in Division One of the KSAFA/Western Sports Football Competition, with a 3-2 win over many-time champions Petrojam at Alpha...

Kamla: PNM slate too ‘green’
Trinidad Newsday

And probably also 2015. I m making a pitch to you: Now is not the time to change. You have tried-and-tested persons (PP) who are experienced. The other team (People's National Movement, PNM) have brought in a whole lot of...

‘Gypsy is worthy’
Trinidad Newsday

CHIEF Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) and People's National Movement (PNM) deputy political leader Orville London has weighed in on Winston Gypsy Peters resignation from the Government and the United...

Moonilal: ‘Tiger’ Rowley will swallow Roget
Trinidad Newsday

UNITED National Congress (UNC) deputy political leader Dr Roodal Moonilal in describing the signing of the labour agreement between the People's National Movement (PNM) as a kiss of death , yesterday warned trade unions...

Rowley’s attorneys want 42 days extra
Trinidad Newsday

OP P O'S I T ION Leader and People's National Movement (PNM) political leader Dr Keith Rowley is not the subject of any investigation by the Integrity Commission. Rowley's attorneys are seeking an additional period of 42...

Tobago PNM launches manifesto
Trinidad Newsday

A MANIFESTO specific to the needs and plans of the Tobago Council of the People's National Movement has been officially launched, with a mere nine days to go before the 2015 General Election. The 16 page document themed,...

COP: Vote for Rowley, a vote for PNM history of failure
Trinidad Newsday

CONGRESS of the People (COP) political leader, Prakash Ramadhar, says if the People's National Movement (PNM) is voted back into office, their history of division, discrimination and failure will continue. Speaking at a...

FLYING FISH & COU COU: The Guyanese connection
Nation News

THOSE LONGSTANDING AND DEEP TIES between Bajans and Guyanese seem to be getting closer than ever despite the criticisms levelled against the people from Gee Tee in recent years by some politicians. ...

EDITORIAL: Eagerly waiting to hear PM
Nation News

EARS WILL BE PRICKED ON SUNDAY when Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, in his capacity as president of the Democratic Labour Party, addresses its annual conference. We expect he will speak to the issue of...

Skerrit assesses damage
Nation News

DEVASTATED DOMINICA is counting its losses from Tropical Storm Erika. The weather system has claimed at least 19 lives and left scores missing. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit did an aerial tour...

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