CARICOM CELEBRATES 48TH ANNIVERSARY

July 6, 2021 admin 0

HAPPY CARICOM DAY 2021 CARICOM came into being on 4 July 1973 with the signing of the Treaty of Chaguaramas by Prime Ministers Errol Barrow for Barbados, Forbes Burnham for Guyana, Michael Manley for Jamaica and Eric Williams for Trinidad and Tobago. The Treaty was later revised in 2002 to allow for the eventual establishment of a single market and a single […More]

VIRTUAL MEETING BETWEEN DR ROWLEY AND USA HOUSE MAJORITY WHIP JAMES CLYBURN

June 4, 2021 admin 0

VIRTUAL MEETING BETWEEN DR ROWLEY AND USA HOUSE MAJORITY WHIP JAMES CLYBURN Prime Minister Rowley Met with U.S. House Majority Whip, James E. Clyburn Prime Minister and Chairman of CARICOM Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley virtually met with United States House Majority Whip, James E. Clyburn today (Thursday 27th May, 2021). The meeting focused on issues related to COVID-19 vaccines, […More]

Fishing Boat With 14 Dead Bodies Linked To Africa

June 2, 2021 admin 0

Boat found with bodies and human remains linked to Mauritania, Africa The fishing boat with 14 dead bodies and other human remains found drifting off the coast of Tobago last Friday, has been traced back to vessel stolen from Mauritania, Africa. Confirmation came during a press conference held today, by senior police officials in Tobago. During the press conference, head […More]

VACCINE PASSPORT NOT NEEDED TO ENTER USA

June 2, 2021 admin 0

No vaccine passport needed to enter US, embassy here says The United States Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago has clarified whether a U.S.-approved COVID-19 vaccine is required for those wishing to travel to the United States—it is not required at this time. According to a brief statement issued in its social media pages, only a negative PCR test is required […More]

CUBA US POLICY

February 18, 2021 admin 0

More than 50 organizations urge Biden to end hostile Cuba policy. A call to end the blockade and normalize relations, from broad sectors of U.S. society A letter from more than 50 U.S. social, religious and academic organizations has urged the administration of President Joseph Biden to fulfill his campaign promise and “reverse the failed Trump policies that inflicted harm […More]

Jumaane Supporting The AG’s Lawsuit Against The NYPD

January 28, 2021 admin 0

Jumaane Supporting The AG’s Lawsuit Against The NYPD I’ve long said that we need to reimagine public safety in New York City. Systemic change cannot wait a moment longer. Two weeks ago, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit against the NYPD and its leadership to end its pattern of using excessive force and making false arrests against […More]

Barbados Leon To Take Over As CDB President

January 22, 2021 admin 0

Dr Hyginus ‘Gene’ Leon was elected by the Board of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) to serve as the next president of the multi-lateral institution. His appointment will become effective on May 1, 2021 and he will succeed Dr William Warren Smith who has been at the helm of the regional financial institution for the last ten years. Leon has over 30 years […More]

HAPPY MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY 2021

January 18, 2021 admin 0

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy Today, as we reflect on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s life, legacy, and mission, I issue a challenge to those more focused on pulling together a hollow statement than pursuing lasting change. Will you join me to take action and create intentions on how to live up Dr. King’s ideals, not just today, but the other […More]

Prime Minister Back To Work As New CARICOM Chair

January 13, 2021 admin 0

UPDATE 4: Prime Minister Back To Work As New CARICOM Chair Trinidad and Tobago’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is today (1/12/21) back at work after being discharged from hospital on Sunday. A photo posted to social media was accompanied by a caption explaining that the PM would be hosting his first meeting as Chairman of CARICOM on Tuesday morning. […More]

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