Cuba's agriculture production declines
In a report, the Cuban National Statistics Office gave no reason for the production decline, despite government reforms to increase production in the Spanish-speaking country.
World’s second oldest man dies in Barbados
James Sisnett was born on February 22, 1900 was the second oldest man behind 116-year-old Jiroemon Kimura of Japan.
PPM wins Cayman Islands general election
The People’s Progressive Movement (PPM), led by Alden McLaughlin, took 9 of 18 seats, just one shy of the majority while former Premier McKeeva Bush’s United Democratic Party won four seats.
Opposition walk out of T&T Parliament
The opposition said she had failed to enter into the debate in a motion that had specifically targeted her, but was now prepared to speak with no one able to rebut any of her statements.
Former Cayman House speaker and Knox alumna dies
Edna Moyle, a founding member of the main opposition People’s Progressive Movement died today. She received her tertiary education in Jamaica at Knox College and Suthermere Commercial School.
T&T PM orders probe of emails
The allegations are contained in emails read out in Parliament by Opposition Leader, Dr Keith Rowley, as he presented a motion of no confidence against her administration.
World Bank says Carib will dominate global savings and investments
The report produced by the Bank's Global Development Horizons says that by 2030, half the global stock of capital, totaling $158 trillion in 2010, will reside in the developing world.
Woman indicted for conspiracy in bringing Haitians to US
An American woman charged for her role in bringing 143 Haitian nationals to the United States on fraudulently obtained guest worker visas.
Final week of campaigning in the Cayman Islands
Electoral officials have confirmed that 58 candidates will contest the national poll across all three Cayman Islands.
Professor seeks support for Human Rights Commission candidacy
Professor James L. Cavallaro, has held talks with CARICOM seeking support for his candidacy.