Sunday, August 18, 2019
  • Home
Home 2010

Yearly Archives: 2010

Beaten British couple criticises Trinidad and Tobago

by Caribbean News Now Staff PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- A British couple who was badly beaten while vacationing in Tobago has launched a...

Mexico ambassador says farewell to Belize

by Caribbean News Now Staff BELIZE CITY, Belize – Mexico’s ambassador to Belize, Luis Lopez Moreno, is being posted to Port au Prince, Haiti. Moreno...

St Lucia opposition leader criticises Jamaica and Trinidad for ‘dancing away’ from the CCJ

by Caribbean News Now Staff CASTRIES, St Lucia -- St Lucia Opposition leader, Dr Kenny Anthony has criticised the governments of Jamaica and Trinidad...

Royal Caribbean crew tried to smuggle heroin, cocaine from Dominican Republic

By Yeganeh June Torbati The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE, USA (MCT) -- Crew members on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship attempted to smuggle heroin and cocaine into Baltimore...

UN disaster assessment team arrives in flood-hit Colombia

BOGOTA, Colombia -- A three-member United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination team (UNDAC) has arrived in Colombia to support the ongoing response to the...

Farmers’ fear of cholera threatens rice harvest in Haiti, says UN agency

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- Farmers in north-western Haiti are likely to lose a significant portion of their rice harvest due to reluctance to...

St Kitts airport popular with private executive jets

One of the 17 jets parked at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport in St Kitts taking off on Tuesday morning. Photo: Erasmus Williams BASSETERRE, St...

‘Go slow’ hits Bahamas telecoms

By Keva Lightbourne Guardian Senior Reporter NASSAU, Bahamas -- Industrial action has hit the Bahamas Telecommunications Company, BTC officials reported Tuesday. In one department, work performance has...

Jamaica targets spice exports

Disease-free plants, such as these being inspected by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Dr Christopher Tufton, will be provided to ginger farmers, under a...

Cuban doctors save 250,000 lives in Haiti since 1998

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- Cuban doctors have saved over 250,000 Haitians during the twelve years of medical cooperation in Haiti, which was devastated in...

One thousand Indian farmers to travel to Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- The government of the Indian southern state of Karnataka will send some 1,000 farmers to Cuba during the next few...

December could be the coldest month in Cuba in sixty years

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) -- December could become the coldest month in Cuba since 1951, due to the continental and arctic cold air masses arriving...

Dominican Republic national with false documents arrested in Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- Onaika Yohanna Martes, a citizen of the Dominican Republic, made an initial appearance on Wednesday before US District Magistrate...

Liburd out of Leewards team

By Curtis Morton CHARLESTOWN, Nevis -- Javier Liburd, the talented Nevisian opening batsman and vice captain of the successful Leeward Islands team, which copped a...

Commentary: All hopeful for a better 2011!

By Youri Kemp As it turned out, 2010 certainly is a year most people could afford to forget, if the traumatic effects of economic uncertainty...

Commentary: Independent CARICOM nations have the right to determine their own foreign policy vision

By Ian Francis The diplomatic and global reality of political life is that that the Republics of Cuba, Venezuela and Iran will always be defined...

Carter stars in Caribbean T20 warm-up

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- West Indies A Team batsman Jonathan Carter had an outstanding match as Barbados beat Combined Campuses and Colleges by six wickets...

Chairman of Antigua-Barbuda Electoral Commission questions authenticity of unsigned Tribunal report

by Caribbean News Now Staff ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- Suspended chairman of the Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission (ABEC), Sir Gerald Watt QC, has...

Large numbers of Caribbean nurses and other health workers migrate to developed countries

by Caribbean News Now Staff GENEVA, Switzerland -- A recent World Migration Report states that a large number of Caribbean nurses migrated to developed...

Guyana treason trio refused bail

by Caribbean News Now Staff GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Three people charged with treason in Guyana -- Bruce Munroe, a major in the Guyana Defence...