Music Mogul Behind Rihanna’s Rise

June 7, 2024 admin 0

Evan Rogers, Music Mogul Behind Rihanna’s Rise, to Speak at Caribbean Week in New York. Evan Rogers, the acclaimed music producer who discovered global singing sensation Rihanna, will be a key speaker at the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Caribbean Week in New York from June 16 to 21, 2024. The event, proudly headlined by the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Investments & […More]

Trump Criminally Guilty On All 34 Counts.

May 31, 2024 admin 0

On Thursday afternoon, May 30th, 2024, Donald John Trump was found guilty on all 34 felony charges in New York State court. He is now a Convicted Felon. Also known as “A United States Criminal”. His sentencing is set for Thursday, July 11th, 2024. Trump was found guilty of all 34 counts of falsifying business records to influence the 2016 […More]

TNT Tax Collection Board Goes After Billions.

May 24, 2024 admin 0

TTRA Going After $15b in Unpaid Taxes. As the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) begins to seize the accounts of errant business owners for unpaid taxes totaling some TT $15 billion, Trinidad and Tobago Revenue Authority (TTRA) board chairman Nigel Edwards has advised taxpayers to get their taxes in order. Speaking to Guardian Media on Wednesday, Edwards emphasized that due […More]

Chinese Laundry Business Awash.

May 24, 2024 admin 0

Chinese Laundry’s accounts allegedly seized over $34M BIR debt. The accounts of the T&T Radio Network (TTRN), the parent company of radio stations 96.1 We FM, STAR 94.7 and 107.7 Music for Life owned by Anthony “Chinese Laundry” Chow Lin On, have been garnished by the State. Guardian Media understands that Chow Lin On owes $34 million to the Board […More]

THA Reshuffles

May 18, 2024 admin 0

THA reshuffle a ‘disappointing sham’. THE PNM Tobago Council says the reshuffle of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) on May 13 was disappointing, made no sense, and will not benefit the island. According to THA Minority Leader Kelvin Morris, “Whether you move incompetence left, right or center, it is still incompetence.” In a press release on May 13, THA […More]

Israel’s use of US arms likely violated international law.

May 11, 2024 admin 0

US says Israel’s use of US arms likely violated international law, but evidence is incomplete. The Biden administration said Friday that Israel’s use of U.S.-provided weapons in Gaza likely violated international humanitarian law but that wartime conditions prevented U.S. officials from determining that for certain in specific airstrikes. The finding of “reasonable” evidence to conclude that the US ally had […More]

US Increases Limits On Weapons Export

May 11, 2024 admin 0

US Govt plans further limits on civilian weapons exports to 36 countries, including Jamaica. The Biden administration has proposed additional limitations on weapons exports to several countries, including Jamaica, in what it says is a bid to reduce the number of US-made civilian firearms being used in crimes overseas.  Under the new rules, specialists will now have to screen their […More]

Men’s 4x400m Team Doubtful

May 11, 2024 admin 0

Men’s 4x400m Team Doubtful. Odds stacked against men’s 4x400m team qualifying for Paris Olympics. Legendary coach Glen Mills says the odds are stacked against Jamaica putting a men’s 4X400mrelay team together in time to qualify for the Paris Olympics this summer. Jamaica’s mile relay team missed out on an automatic spot in Paris after failing to make the final and […More]

Gangs Are Expanding To New Territories

May 11, 2024 admin 0

Caribbean gangs setting up ‘franchises’ across the region. The regional task force investigating drugs, guns and people trafficking says Caribbean cartels are using music promoters and performers as a front for organized crime. Lieutenant Colonel Michael Jones, head of the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security, says powerful regional gangs are also setting up ‘franchises’ in smaller islands. He […More]

New US Rule On Caribbean Asylum.

May 11, 2024 admin 0

 Immigration advocates decry the new US rule on Caribbean asylum seekers. Immigration advocates in the United States have condemned a proposed new rule that they say will significantly impact Caribbean and other asylum seekers. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking would allow statutory bars to asylum to be applied much earlier in the process. It said, US federal law bars individuals […More]

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