OECS partners with Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Carla Parris to demystify common misconceptions on copyright law The OECS Commission has partnered with The Business of Carnival – a video series designed to educate persons based in the Caribbean and across the world about the legal and business matters associated with the carnival industry. Through its […]

High consumer demand for a Caribbean travel experience and increased tourism investments in hotels and airport improvements bode well for the future of the Caribbean’s tourism sector, which is exceeding 2018 expectations despite the fact that some hotels in six of the Caribbean’s 32 major destinations are still in rebuilding mode following last year’s hurricanes. […]

Are you interested in pursuing graduate studies in Economics at the University of the West Indies? On the first episode of Season 7 of ECCB Connects, we speak with Merva Mallalieu, Acting Deputy Director, Human Resource Department about the Thomas De La Rue Scholarship, awarded to nationals of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) who […]

Governor, Timothy N. J. Antoine met with the media in Antigua and Barbuda on 23 February as part of his 2018 country outreach mission. In this episode of ECCB Connects, we bring you Part 1 of the media engagement where the Governor fielded questions related to how the ECCU can benefit from US Tax Reform; […]

The Caribbean Community’s push to build a more climate-resilient Community following the devastating 2017 hurricane season is among matters for deliberation by CARICOM Heads of Government at their Twenty-ninth Inter-Sessional Meeting in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 26 – 27 February 2018. Irma and Maria, two back-to-back Category Five hurricanes, swept across the Caribbean in September, cutting a […]

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling on the Government of Dr. Keith Mitchell to deal expeditiously with the issues affecting the workers of the National Water and Sewerage Authority, NAWASA. The Party notes that the Mitchell Administration’s refusal to so far publicly address the grievances of the workers, demonstrates in no small part their […]

Two devastating hurricanes slowed down but could not derail the fundraising momentum of the region’s largest cancer care and awareness event. Hurricanes Irma and Maria curtailed fundraising activities and caused the cancellation of walks in five of 17 English and Dutch speaking territories where CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank holds its annual Walk for the Cure […]

The Royal Grenada Police Force is investigating the death of a 52 year old resident of Hillsborough, Carriacou. Francis Joseph, a suspected mentally ill individual was discovered dead at the Hillsborough Police Station about 1:05 p.m. An autopsy is pending to determine the actual cause of death. The Royal Grenada Police Force extends condolences to […]

Depending on how one looks at things and life, one may consider this to be a case of comic relief or a phenomenon worthy of attention. Who would have thought that the most dangerous confrontation in the world today would be set up between the world’s richest and one of the world’s poorest countries? The […]

Video footage of Dominica post Hurricane Maria from the southeast around north of the Island. https://www.facebook.com/cdemacu1/videos/1968663136742333/  Aerial Reconnaissance of Dominica post Hurricane Maria The Regional Security System (RSS) conducted an aerial reconnaissance today September 19, 2017 using one of its C26 aircraft of #Dominica after the passage of #HurricaneMaria. See footage of some of the […]

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