Category Archives: Regional News
Gunfire temporarily slowed down the tempo on Carnival Sunday as the after-party at Heineken Rio was halted for about a half-hour.
Jamaica Carnival is said to have attracted more people than Reggae Sumfest, Sting, Rebel Salute and St. Mary Mi Come From, combined.
Some residents in St Thomas are facing severe after-effects of the heavy rains over the weekend.
In St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the National Omnibus Association says minibuses would go on strike if police try to remove sound systems from their vehicles, which serve members of the public.
A scuffle in Georgetown Guyana leaves Trinidad and Tobago entertainer Benjai with 22 stitches on his face.
President of the Barbados Road Safety Association, Sharmane Roland-Bowen, wants for people found guilty of dangerous driving that causes the death of pedestrians or other motorists to be jailed.
Uruguay will begin selling cannabis in pharmacies from July, the final stage in the country’s pioneering regularisation of the drug.
Guyana police are searching for a suspect in connection with the murder of a woman in the Parika, East Bank Essequibo district.
Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness has apologised for the atrocities meted out by members of the security forces in Coral Gardens 54 years ago.
Agriculture and Commerce Minister Karl Samuda says the temporary ban on the import and sale of corned beef from Brazil has been lifted with immediate effect.