The Bahamas government announced a reshuffle of the cabinet following two years of completion of the administration.
Upon completion of two years into the administration, the government of Bahamas, outlined its efforts during the challenging times and elaborated its blueprint of change that marks turning point for the Bahamas.
Many individuals who had flown with interCaribbean Airways raised eyebrows at the airline's recent win at the World Travel Awards.
The New National Party (NNP) of Grenada has recently raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest involving the Prime Minister's associations. Allegations suggest that the Prime Minister has connections to Mitchell and Partners, a prominent CBI agent firm.
Spending quality time with school-going children, Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew expressed that he had an "incredible day hosting our constituency's Back-to-School Fun Day!"
The Ministry of Tourism of the Commonwealth of Dominica recently shared an update regarding commemorating Dominica's World Creole Music Festival 2023 from October 27 to 29 at Windsor Park Stadium.
Dr Terrance Drew – The Prime Minister of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, has recently issued a signed Book of Condolences in the honour of the late Sir Samuel Weymouth Tapley Seaton.
The Forecast authorities of Barbados have recently issued an update regarding the current location of Tropical Storm Bret, very close to Barbados, and predicted heavy rainfall and strong winds in portions of the Lesser Antilles later today and tonight, on 22 July 2023.
The waters from South Korea in the east to those of Ecuador, Japan, Chile and Argentina in the west through the African Continent, along with the Chinese fishing vessels, have become a serious threat to the marine environment around the globe, said reports.
Roseau: Following a lacklustre turnout at the rally on Thursday afternoon, infighting is expected to persist within the leadership of the United Workers Party. The event was first advertised as a "mass rally," with radio commercials boasting "thousands" of...