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Grenadian journalist on forgery charges granted bail
Rawle Nelson was ordered to surrender all his travel documents and report to the Central Police Station three days a week. He was also ordered to return to court on June 3.

COTED to hear Barbados, St Lucia trade dispute
St. Lucia has announced the imposition of a 70 per cent tax on Barbadian goods effective May 1.

British diplomat says no role for UK in marijuana debate
The visiting British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean says the United Kingdom does not have any role to play in the ongoing marijuana debate in the Caribbean.

St Lucia government says island needs new crop of farmers
The St Lucia government says there is need for a new cadre of farmers if the island is to take advantage of the new emerging markets globally.

Guyana police investigating murder-suicide in Port Kaituma
The Guyana police are investigating the murder-suicide of a couple in the community of Port Kaituma.

UN struggles to stem cholera epidemic in Haiti
According to a report published in the Sunday edition of the New York Times, - “Haiti is even less equipped to tackle cholera than it was three years ago.”

Cops concerned about upsurge in sexual assault cases
Noting that a majority of the victims are minors, Charles says the police have no clear answers why such attacks are on the rise, but warned that there were sexual predators on the prowl.

LIAT senior director suspended
Antigua-based regional airline (LIAT) is maintaining its silence over reports that the cash-strapped company had suspended its Director of Flight Operations, Captain George Arthurton.

Grenada expecting IMF deal by next month
Grenadian Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell says the international Monetary Fund (IMF) is likely to meet and approve the island’s structural adjustment programme next month.

Haiti Cholera cases down but more help needed
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has called for renewed commitments from international partners and a roadmap for integrated health, water and sanitation investments ...

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