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Cayman police commish wants island to follow Jamaica’s ganja decriminalising steps
Cayman’s Commissioner of Police, David Baines, says he wants to see his country follow the steps of Jamaica in decriminalising the use and possession of small quantities of ganja.

Trinidad's Attorney General under investigation
Trinidad’s Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has ordered an investigation into allegations that Attorney General Anand Ramlogan attempted to interfere in a criminal case.

IMF says Trinidad and Tobago faces economic challenges following oil price slump
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the recent changes in the energy markets represent a major economic challenge for Trinidad and Tobago whose exports are heavily linked to these markets.

Dominica joins CCJ
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says Dominica will become the fourth Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country to become a full member of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ...

Trinidad UWI lecturers advised to upload students' grades
The West Indies Group of University Teachers (WIGUT) is advising lecturers at the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Trinidad to upload the marks of students ...

Haiti forms electoral panel for overdue polls
Haiti has installed a Provisional Electoral Council to organise long-delayed elections – after weeks of protests and political uncertainty.

Puerto Rico judge convicted of conspiracy, bribery charges
Sentencing is scheduled for April 20 before Chief US District Judge Aida Delgado-Colon of the District of Puerto Rico.

UWI lecturers' union outfoxed in agreement to end lecturers industrial action in T&T
Lecturers have refused to file the grades for students who sat examinations last semester in protest at the non-payment of the arrears owed to them.

Bermuda lawyers protest over DPP's reappointment
Premier Michael Dunkley said he had “strongly expressed” concerns about the reappointment of a non-Bermudian, promising to take the matter to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London.

UWI St Augustine students vow to continue protest
Students at the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) have vowed to continue their protest as they demand their grades from last year's exams.

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