Monthly Archives: October 2018
Gambling companies will now face tougher action if they mislead their customers by using unfair small print.
National Security Minister Stuart Young says the murder of security officer Kenwyn Williams is unacceptable.
Appeal Court Judge Andrew Burgess is set to become the first Barbadian to be appointed to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).
International reggae group Third World will not take legal action against clothing giant Gap after their 40-year-old song was featured in an ad campaign.
The first investigation began after it emerged more than a dozen children had been born with the condition in clusters in three French regions.
A Pakistani court has overturned the death sentence of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy, a case that has polarised the nation.
Police are seeking public assistance in locating 14-year-old Latisha St Paul who ran away from the St Judes’ Home for girls.
Planning And Development Minister Camille Robinson Regis says town and country recommendations for Greenvale were implemented but the rainfall of two weeks ago, was overwhelming.
The Trinidad And Tobago Electricity Commission says claims of criminals dressed as T&Tec workers attempting to access a homeowner’s property are false.
Caribbean Airlines reported a summary of its unaudited financial results, for the nine months ended September 30, 2018, which show the airline has moved into an operating profit and is net income positive for the year-to-date.