Cayman Islands government signs another cruise line deal

MSC ship in George Town harbour GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) – The government has entered into a funding agreement with MSC Cruises toward the costs of constructing Grand Cayman’s cruise berthing facility. This is...

Commentary: The significance of May 18 for Haiti and for the entire world

Jean H Charles LLB, MSW, JD, is a regular contributor to the opinion section of Caribbean News Now. He can be reached at TBy Jean H Charles Cinco de Mayo is now a household concept...

Letter: Trinidad and Tobago MP fabricated ‘fake news’, again

Dear Sir: In trying to cover up the incompetence and corruption of the PNM, Minister Anthony Garcia deliberately misled the House of Representatives during the debate on the night of 13 May, as he...

Letter: LIAT is down the drain again

Dear Sir: Have you ever heard the saying “know all know nothing” well I heard that when I was a teenager in Kingstown when it was uttered by a teacher to the boy sitting next...

Letter: Trinidad and Tobago airport contracts

Dear Sir: Minister of National Security and Communications Stuart Young attempted to distance the Keith Rowley-led PNM Administration on the issue of the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) US$43 million (TT$300 million) contract...
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Jamaica Magazine 19 05 2019

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Open Letter: To the State-Secretary of Kingdom relations Mr Raymond Knops

Honorable Mr Knops, We took note of your recent press communications stating that you do not see the BES Islands: Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius in the future as autonomous self-governing islands. The reason was...

Caribbean countries develop mitigation actions to access climate change financing

(L-R) Yoko Ebisawa, UNDP J-CCCP project manager | Chisa Mikami, UNDP Resident Representative ai | Minister Camillo Gonsalves during the workshop’s opening ceremony. KINGSTON, Jamaica, – Over 30 representatives from nine Caribbean countries met in...

Wards of the State exposed to working world

Some 18 children from the Child Protection and Family Services Agency (CPFSA) benefited from shadowing business managers and leaders at The Jamaica National Group, in a special initiative titled ‘Children in Charge Day,’ last...

Trump’s ‘great patriot’ farmers follow him into a trade war

MADRID, Iowa (AP): Iowa farmer Tim Bardole survived years of low crop prices and rising costs by cutting back on fertiliser and herbicides and fixing broken-down equipment rather than buying new. When President Donald Trump’s...

Long lines for fuel

MARACAIBO, Venezuela (AP): United States sanctions on oil-rich Venezuela appear to be taking hold, resulting in mile-long lines for fuel in the South American nation’s second-largest city, Maracaibo. Some drivers said they had to wait almost...

Brown selected as Eisenhower fellow

Saffrey Brown, co-founder and head of innovation at The Leap Co, has been selected as one of 25 leaders to participate in the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowships’ Regional Programme in 2019. Brown emerged the representative for...

US National Guard, JDF conduct disaster mitigation exercise

Kingston recently played host the District of Columbia National Guard (DCNG) for a military-to-military exchange focused on strengthening Jamaica’s National Disaster Action Plan According to a release from the US Embassy in Jamaica, the...

OPIC delegation arrives in Jamaica today

A delegation from the US government’s development finance institution, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), is expected to arrive in Jamaica today to discuss investment opportunities in energy and other critical sectors. The visit...

Jamaican surgeons urged to become socially accountable

Jamaican surgeons were yesterday urged to be more socially accountable and to embrace new technology in order to support the continued evolution of their profession. The directive was made by senior surgeons at the...

Let’s reform national security

Everything is connected to the security of our nation and her people, including: the economy, family, Church, education, business, politics and media. Whenever crime, violence and turmoil take place, we must begin to look...

Education ministry promises repairs to fire-damaged buildings at Seaforth High

Karl Samuda, the minister with responsibility for education, has disclosed that the ministry is assessing the damage caused by fire at Seaforth High School in St Thomas and will be making repairs to the...

MoBay mayor gets tough on persons, businesses contributing to rat infestation

Western Bureau: Peeved by the rat infestation in the Second City, Montego Bay Mayor Homer Davis says he plans to get tough on persons and establishments which help to create and sustain the problem. Speaking at...

Settling scores without violence

Traumatologist longs for a return of the panchayat systemFile Photo: Children’s Authority chairman Hanif Benjamin.TT has become such a violent nation that people need to pause and do some soul searching or the situation...

CLA gets staff boost

Western Bureau: Eight senior personnel, including two agricultural specialists, are to be employed to the Cannabis Licensing Authority (CLA) to boost its capacity. The announcement was made by Minister of State in the ministry of...

Regulations to support cannabis export coming – Green

WESTERN BUREAU: Minister of State in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Floyd Green, says that by the end of the year, regulations will be in place for investors in the local medical...

West: TT spared harsh austerity measures

Minister in the Finance Ministry Allyson West speaks during a sitting of the Senate.MINISTER in the Ministry of Finance Allyson West says this country was spared from harsh austerity measures. She was speaking in the...

PSA gives Phoenix Park Gas deadline

President of Public Services Association Watson DukePUBLIC Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke is calling for immediate action on issues affecting workers at the Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL), which includes an employee...

St Ann’s fires worry residents

Akilah Jaramogi, head of the Fondes Amandes Community Reforestation Project (FACRP), is concerned about the recent spate of bush fires around her project in St. Ann’s. She told Newsday yesterday: “On Friday we had a...

Christians must tell what they know about crime – St James pastor

WESTERN BUREAU: Reverend Peter Burnett, chairman of the St James Ministers’ Fraternal, is urging Christians not to turn a blind eye to crime, but to instead be brave and tell the security forces what they...

Success for Small Island States

Camille Robinson-Regis.WHILE TT and the entire Caribbean are experiencing one of the harshest dry seasons on record, Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis said there is hope to ease up some of the effects...

UNC to begin screening later this month

Political Leader of the United National Congress (UNC) Kamla Persad-Bissessar.OPPOSITION United National Congress (UNC) is expected to begin screening for candidates for the upcoming Local Government election, later this month. Nominations for candidates closed on...

Toco Bay not a critical turtle habitat

Nidco on port concerns:File photoTHE NATIONAL Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) has responded to concerns about the Toco port project and said the Toco Bay site is not a critical habitat for turtles. Nidco, in a...

Escapees in video message:

‘We will come in when allyuh ready for real justice’STILL AT LARGE: Michael Findley and Olatungi DenbowTWO prison escapees still at large, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley, have issued a video message saying they...

AG promises faster courts

Attorney General Faris Al-RawiShirvan Williams Attorney General Faris Al Rawi on Friday presented the second reading of a bill in Parliament that if passed could significantly increase the speed at which the courts currently work. The...

Davy-Ann, an attorney who wants to help others

DAVY-ANN Subero, 24, who is following in the footsteps of her father, has recently become an attorney. Subero’s father, David Subero, an attorney for the past eight years, is also a police inspector and legal...

Ryan died a hero

Family shielded from gunmen bulletsHAILED AS A HERO: Ryan AlexanderRYAN Alexander is being hailed a hero in Tarodale for using his body as a shield to protect his girlfriend, Andrea Yusuff, from a hail...

PNM to meet EBC on local, general polls

PNM chairman and Finance Minister Colm Imbert, Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley during a PNM meeting at Barataria South Secondary School on April 16. Imbert and a...

Woman wants $.3M for Amplia “leak”

THE woman featured last month in a racist rant over People’s National Movement advertisements infiltrating her Zee TV Indian cable channel has sued Amplia Communications for breach of confidentiality. Lawyers for Nalini Ramai sent a...

Reformed SPT can make south Trinidad great again

Kevin RamnarineFORMER Energy Ministry Kevin Ramnarine is calling on government to fix the Supplemental Petroleum Tax (SPT) to make “south Trinidad great again.” Ramnarine said for years the industry has been lobbying government to “fix”...

Children must be able to choose how they learn

Retired cocoa farmer offers adviceWHILE it is mandatory for children to go to school, the system does not teach students the benefits of learning a skill in any trade industry, says former cocoa farmer...

Tobago must add value to tourism product

Tobago Tourism Agency (TTAL) CEO Louis Lewis, centre, addresses the media on Thursday alongside TTAL’s director of product development and destination management Korice Nancis, left, and marketing co-ordinator Sheena Des Vignes.Tobago's international arrivals will...

Relatives should help abused children

Extended family urged to step upNEW OFFICE: (From right to left) Director of TT Children’s Authority Safiya Noel, Administrator in the Divison of Health, Wellness and Family Development Diane Baker-Henry, MP for Tobago East...

Emiliano Sala was ‘abandoned’ for fatal flight

Media playback is unsupported on your device Emiliano Sala's father said his son was "left alone like a dog" Emiliano Sala's father said the people who should have looked out for the footballer "abandoned him like...

Mourners inconsolable at funeral of slain schoolgirl Shantae Skyers

Amid occasional drizzle, hundreds of mourners gathered at the Meadowvale Seventh-Day Adventist Church in St Andrew to pay their final respect to slain eight-year-old Shantae Skyers. Before the scheduled 1:00 p.m start, the...

Woman, grandson chopped to death in Martha Brae, Trelawny; attacker killed by police

A Trelawny woman and her five-year-old grandson were chopped to death by a relative in Martha Brae last night. The attacker is said to be the mentally-challenged son of the woman and uncle...

NALIS toilet paper memo ‘ill-advised,’ ‘disturbing’

The National LibraryPLANNING Minister Camille Robinson-Regis says an enquiry has been launched into a "disturbing" memo from the National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS) executive director to staff. She was responding to an urgent...

Tobago police destroy cured weed, seedlings

Police burn marijuana plants found in a forested area in Mt St George on Sunday. Fifty kilogrammes of cured marijuana was seized and over two thousand marijuana seedlings destroyed this morning by officers of...

WASA’s waste

File photo of a WASA main spouting gallons of water near Beetham Gardens off the Beetham Highway in December 2018. PHOTO BY JEFF MAYERSThe utility doesn't like to admit it, but when it comes...

Escapees issue video message: ‘We not armed or dangerous’

Olatungi Denbow and Michael FindleyTWO prison escapees still at large, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley, have issued a video message saying they are not armed and are willing to turn themselves in once they...

Port executive threatens lawsuit against employer

EXECUTIVE manager of Finance at the Port Authority(PATT), Curtis James, has initiated legal action against the Port Authority, seeking information on the source of an anauthorized leak of a memo on the use of...

Emerging ganja industry driving demand for revival of local aviation – Montague

Minister of Transport Robert Montague says opportunities in the emerging medical ganja industry in Jamaica have created an urgent need for a revival of local aviation on the island. "We now have hundreds...

Colm confident in natural gas production prospects

File photo of Finance Minister Colm Imbert smiling in parliament.Photo: Jeff K MayersEVEN IF Atlantic’s Train One negotiations aren’t settled, Finance Minister Colm Imbert doesn’t see it as a significant problem, at least in...

Damaged section of Seaforth High to be better than before – Samuda

The oversight minister for the Ministry of Education, Karl Samuda, says the section of the Seaforth High School that was damaged will be restored to a better state than before the fire. “We...

Privy Council to rule on Petrotrin/Malcolm Jones matter tomorrow

The Privy Council is on Monday expected to give its decision in the appeal by a UNC activist who is seeking copies of witness statements used by the State to discontinue the multi-million dollar...
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TVJ News: Recap The Week that Was – May 10 -16 2019

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Operation Restore Paradise gets under way in St James tomorrow

The so-called Operation Restore Paradise, which is aimed at restoring and maintaining law and order in St James, is to get under way tomorrow in the western parish, which is also under a State...

Murder suspect spotted at Arouca hotel

After spending two months on the run from Northern Division police, an Arima man, wanted for multiple murders, was spotted leaving an Arouca hotel on Saturday night. Police said after reviewing CCTV footage at the...

UWI lecturer among 16-member WHO team developing guideline for treatment of hypertension

University of the West Indies (UWI) lecturer, Dr Kenneth Connell, is among 16 international experts, chosen by the World Health Organization (WHO), to form a Guideline Development Group (GDG) for the diagnosis and pharmacological...

NY youth gets 17 years for killing college student at Caribbean J’Ouvert

NEW YORK, CMC – A judge on Friday sentenced a Brooklyn youth to 17 1/3 years in jail for killing a 22-year-old college student just before the Caribbean J’Ouvert festival in the Crown...

Meet Miss Family Fix-it – Jamaican launches in-home and online therapy to repair...

Driven by the warning echoed in the African proverb ‘The ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people’, Dr Taniesha Burke is on a mission to strengthen parent-child relationships one household...

Cloud hangs over Port Royal revival – Private investors claim being sidelined by...

WESTERN BUREAU: There is a climate of mistrust brewing between shareholders of the Port Royal Development Company Limited (PRDCL) and the Government over the proposed development of Port Royal as a resort town. ...

Taser smugglers bamboozling Customs

Jamaicans are insisting on arming themselves with defensive weapons and are even finding more creative ways to bring them into the country, says the deputy commissioner in charge of border protection at the...

UK hangs tough on deportations – Some ex-cons killed after resuming career of...

The recent killings of five Jamaican convicts deported from Britain have sent off alarm bells among advocacy groups in that country, but local British authorities have remained resolute that wrongdoers will continue to...

LIGHTS OUT ON REMAND

Dim crowded cells key factor in Golden Grove escapeAT LARGE: Olatungi DenbowSINCE 2013, senior prison officials have complained via letters that the poor lighting at the Remand Yard at Golden Grove Prison, Arouca was...

Maduro govt won’t survive

US analyst Jose Cardenas speaks on the humanitarian and political crisis in Venezuela at UWI on Thursday. PHOTO COURTESY THE US EMBASSY IN TT.The crisis in Venezuela will only get worse before it gets...

Lee Hunte: Beetham wastewater plant wastes $1b

Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte, centre, shares a joke with Ambassador of Japan Tatsuo Hirayama, left, and WASA head of projects Daren Gazee during a tour of the new Savenotta Booster Station at...

V’zuelan rescued off Chaguaramas

…taken to GrenadaA photograph from Robert Richards' Facebook page shows a man, said to be a Venezuelan, in distress in waters off Chaguaramas.VENEZUELAN Alberto Abrero was rescued by a US businessmen and taken to...

Vandals chop up farmer’s watermelons

Rajeev Basdeo looks at his vandalised watermelon crop in his garden at Avocat Village, South Oropouche yesterday. PHOTO BY CHEQUANA WHEELERA FARMER and street vendor from Avocat Village in South Oropouche lost thousands of...

No water in Central tomorrow

WASA customers in parts of central Trinidad are being warned of a disruption in their water supply tomorrow between 8 am and 4 pm. In a media statement yesterday, the authority stated the disruption has...

Ruling coalition elected to shock third term

CANBERRA (AP): Australia’s ruling conservative coalition won a surprise victory in the country’s general election on Saturday, defying opinion polls that had tipped the centre-left opposition party to oust it from power and promising an...

Women still kept out of boardrooms

Only 18% in top managementNestle’s market head Anglo Dutch Caribbean, Patricio Torres, centre, speak during the American Chamber of Commerce seminar on business and gender diversity at the Radisson Hotel, Port of Spain on...

Fashion ties of the Caribbean

Kimon Baptiste-St Rose talks about her design at the UTT, John Donaldson Campus workshop for fashion desginers from the Caribbean on Friday. The University of TT in collaboration with the Caribbean Export Development Agency,...

A Matter of Land | Do I need to survey? Why?

Good day, readers. Today we look at questions from a reader. Hello Mr Francis, I hope you can answer my questions. Is it that every time a person is going to purchase a piece of...

Health + Tech | Technology key to National Health Insurance Plan

The minister of health and wellness is forging ahead with legislation for a National Health Insurance Plan (NHIP). The Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI) recently hosted a public forum to engage citizens on...

Engineers' Angle | Robotics as an economic tool (Part 1)

United States President Lyndon B. Johnson, in his remarks upon signing the Bill Creating the National Commission on Technology, Automation, and Economic Progress in 1964, stated, “Automation is not our enemy. Our enemies...

NWC seeks millions in compensation from CHEC – Big bill for damaged water...

China Harbour Engineering Company Limited (CHEC) may have to shell out millions of dollars for damage after the National Water Commission (NWC) filed compensation claims for repairs to damaged water mains on ongoing...

‘We’re looking for results’ – British diplomat fires warning shot to Integrity Commission

Days after the Integrity Commission sought to deflect blame amid public pressure to publish updates on ongoing investigations, the British high commissioner to Jamaica has made it clear that “time will come” when...

Matalon: a passion to serve, a commitment to Jamaica

New chairman of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, Joseph Mayer Matalon, assumed leadership of the listed group on May 1. Joe M., as he is also known, lists among his hobbies a love for...
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Jamaica Magazine 18 05 2019

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Low success rate in sexual harassment probes

TSC chairman Dr Fazal Ali PHOTO BY AYANNA KINSALETeaching Service Commission (TSC) chairman Dr Fazal Ali said the commission has just a two per cent success rate in resolving cases of sexual harassment by...

Papa-Ji, a blessing to all

Tribute to founder of Bhagwansingh GroupHubert BhagwansinghHubert Bhagwansingh was a man who left a legacy for his family as well as generations of strangers to appreciate and enjoy. So said Rev Adrian Sieunarine in his...

Garcia to get CXC cheat report

Education Minister Anthony Garcia, left, Chief Education Officer Harrilal Seecharan, centre, and manager of Student Support Services Prof Dennis Conrad during a briefing on the 2019 SEA exam on April 4. Garcia expects to...

Richards hits TV6 interview with speech-impaired man

Dr Radhica Mahase presents Independent Senator Paul Richards with a copy of Autism TT during the book launch Naparima Girls High School, San Fernando yesterday. Photo by Chequana WheelerThe need to change the law...

‘I’m scared to go outside’

Resident after fatal Big Yard shootingsKimberly Boisson cries as she speaks about her fears after the fatal shooting of three people, including 14-year-old Naomi Nelson on May 3 during an anti-crime walk in Carenage...

V’zuelan plan ‘a good step’

US analyst says registration necessary for securityAntonella Abreu-Valdez and her brother Carlos hold up the national flag of Venezuela outside the Parliament in Port of Spain during a protest by Venezuelans living in TT...
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BARBADOS TODAY EVENING UPDATE – MAY 17, 2019

Barbados get an upbeat report from the IMF. The EU removes Barbados from its blacklist of tax havens. A cricket icon is laid to rest ….and more in your Barbados TODAY Evening News Update… Video published on...
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CVM At Sunrise – May 17, 2019

We had a chat with some representatives of @utechjamaica and @uwimona . What do you know about Robotics and Rehabilitation? And how can it assist citizens living with a disability? Video published on YouTube by...
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Get the facts seg#1 Dr Pauline Mullings

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CVM LIVE – Business Live EXTRA – May 16, 2019

What's the secret to your success? Stay tuned to understand a few secrets from Michael Lee-Chin. #Wealth #creation #Jamaica Video published on YouTube by CVM Television.

AK-47 among 6 guns seized in the last 24 hours, 4 alleged robbers among...

Six illegal firearms, including an AK-47 assault rifle, and 47 rounds of ammunition were seized in separate incidents in Kingston, St Andrew and Manchester in the last 24 hours, the police have revealed. According...

Stuart meets Auntie Maxine

National Security Minister Stuart Young, right, meets Congresswoman Maxine Waters during a Caricom delegation visit to the US Congress on Wednesday. PHOTO COURTESY THE MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITYNATIONAL SECURITY Minister Stuart Young met with...
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TVJ News: Another JUTC Bus Fire, 3rd in one Week – Midday News ...

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TVJ Smile Jamaica: Fun with Trudy B – May 17 2019

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TVJ Smile Jamaica: Young Transformer Recycle Toys – May 17 2019

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Jamaica Observer Staff Greetings – Happy Mother’s Day!!

Mother’s Day is all about celebrating the woman who raised you and shaped who you are as a person. Happy Mother's Day Mom! Video published on YouTube by Jamaica Observer
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Weekly Round-up: Billion-dollar water rescue… Teen murdered… Bolt jumps into Paris scooter market

Prime Minister Andrew Holness on Tuesday announced a number of initiatives aimed at reducing the impact of worsening drought conditions that have been affecting the Corporate Area and St Catherine in particular. Among the new...

Man killed, cop injured in early morning shooting downtown Kingston

A man who allegedly pulled a firearm and opened fire at a police team was shot and killed in downtown Kingston this morning. A police constable assigned to the Kingston Western Division was reportedly...

Protect children in sex cases against teachers

TSC chairman Dr Fazal Ali PHOTO BY AYANNA KINSALEChildren involved in sexual harassment cases against teachers should be placed in a protective environment to make comfortable enough to give evidence against their perpetrators. Teaching Service...
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Call Me By Name

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Jamaica Magazine Friday 17/05/2019

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JIS News Friday 17 05 2019

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