Issues pertaining to the global sugar industry will be discussed here next month at the conference of the International Sugar Organisation (ISO) Council
Police say they have intercepted a vessel carrying 132 Haitian migrants just off Ragged Island
Guyana says it expects to make its first shipment of rice this year to Venezuela on Tuesday April 22
The World Bank says it is collaborating Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) in enhanced the capacity
Caribbean scientists, medical practitioners and other health care stakeholders will meet here early next month
Guyana police are investigating the murder-suicide of a couple Monday in Port Kaituma
The 18th annual staging of the Women of Great Esteem Emerald Awards will be on Saturday, May 3 at the New York Ritz Carlton
What a fun week it was for the children and the readers! It was the I-PLEDGE Reading Week 2014 in New York City.
Jamaica born, Brooklyn based Assemblyman, Nick Perry says he is committed to keep Nazareth Regional High School open
A trade and development agreement between CARICOM and Canada lies in a deadlock after their seventh round of negotiations held this month in Ottawa.
Wes Hall, CEO of Kingsdale Shareholder Services, keeps a photo of himself and his grandmother in front of the computer monitor on his desk
Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar says her government is committed to the Caribbean Court of Justice
Grenada police have formally charged a Guyana-born journalist with two counts of stealing, forgery and wriing a forged document