Monthly Archives: July 2017
One Caribbean Media (OCM) Group has reported “satisfactory” results for the six months ended June 30, 2017, despite operating in a difficult economic environment, chairman Faarees Hosein said yesterday. During the period, the group recorded revenues of $217.6 million (US$32 … Continue reading
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that 755 staff must leave US diplomatic missions, in retaliation for new US sanctions against Moscow.
Electoral officials in Venezuela say turnout in the controversial election for a constituent assembly was 41.5%, a figure disputed by the opposition.
Lusignan Prison escapee Clive Forde has been killed during a shootout with police.
The Royal Barbados Police Force is sending a message to persons it says want to undermine the efforts by lawmen to rid Barbados of illegal guns.
Former government minister Mariano Browne has responded to criticism made against him by Finance Minister Colm Imbert.
Arima, the hometown of late entertainer and RED 96.7 FM announcer, Devon Matthews, plans to keep his memory alive and pay tribute to his legacy.
The Defense Force launches an investigation into reports that some of its members received significant and unusual over-payments.
Caribbean Community Leaders ended their 3-day summit, says their deliberations were “very successful”
Caribbean Community Leaders have ended their three-day summit in Grenada and they say their deliberations were “very successful”.
A Joint Select Committee of the Parliament grills senior members of the protective services on the integrity of their officers regarding the importation of illegal arms and ammunition.