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St Lucia hoteliers seek World Bank funding
On Friday, the board of directors from the St Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) ended a round of talks with representatives of the World Bank.

Caribbean nationals among 5,000 new US citizens
On Monday, the US will celebrate President's Day. Every year the USCIS marks the holiday with a week of special naturalization ceremonies across the country.

New opposition coalition forms to contest Guyana elections
The coalition will face the ruling People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) for the elections that had been called more than one year ahead of the constitutional deadline.

Trinidad and Tobago's Patrick Manning quits politics
Patrick Manning, who failed to show up for screening by his People's National Movement (PNM) on Wednesday, wrote to his political leader Dr Keith Rowley, giving reasons for his decision.

Barbados to roll out improved working conditions legislation
Two pieces of gender neutral legislation will soon be rolled out to make the working environment in Barbados more comfortable, safe and inclusive.

Caribbean Airlines director killed over debt?
Trinidadian police are investigating reports that slain Caribbean Airlines Ltd director, Azad Niamat had gone to collect TT$150,000 owed to him when he was killed.

Haitians protests over high fuel cost
Police in Haiti have clashed with anti-government protesters angry about the high cost of fuel.

Private plane carrying seven crash in Dominica, one injury
The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority has launched an investigation into an accident at the small Canefield Airport when a privately owned twin engine plane from Venezuela with seven ...

Body of missing Caribbean Airlines pilot may have been found
The body was discovered in Brazil village a few miles from where the vehicle which the retired pilot was last seen driving and found abandoned a week ago.

Former Trinidad attorney general calls for resignation of three senior government ministers
Former attorney general of Trinidad and Tobago Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has called for the resignation of three senior government ministers.

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