New York, New York – Award-winning couturier Raxann Chin recently received her first television nomination for Best Costume Design at The Independent Series Awards held in Hollywood.
LONDON, UK – Britain on Wednesday paid tribute to Caribbean immigrants unveiling a national monument to celebrate their work in rebuilding the country after World War II.
The Children’s Trust Announces Funding Recommendations to Help Children and Families Experiencing Challenges in Uncertain Times
MIAMI-DADE - On June 13, The Children’s Trust Board of Directors approved funding recommendations for its Family and Neighborhood Support Partnerships (FNSP) solicitations, which will provide $13.8 million to Miami-Dade communities with children and families in need of support during these difficult times, including an affordable housing crisis, a mental health crisis, soaring costs for child care and rising inflation on goods and services.
Buffalo, NY – The nightmare unfolded when a lone gunman entered TOPS Supermarket in Buffalo, NY on May 14, 2022, and shot and killed ten unarmed civilians. The senseless killing, which targeted people going about their daily routine, has left the entire Buffalo community and nation in mourning.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – UNICEF on Thursday expressed alarm at the upsurge in violence in Jamaica, particularly incidents with child victims, and called for an accelerated national response to address violence against children in the country.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Electric Mobility Policy will come into effect by the end of June paving the way for persons to import vehicles into the island.
The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport celebrated the 92nd anniversary of the birth of the Most Hon Edward Philip George Seaga, Former Prime Minister of Jamaica, with a floral tribute at his tomb at the National Heroes Park on Saturday, May 28.
HAMILTON, Bermuda — A campaign group has welcomed an assurance from Home Affairs Minister Walter Roban that same-sex couples who married before a landmark Privy Council judgment will have their nuptials remain valid if legislation tabled in the House of Assembly on Friday is passed.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaican police say they are aware of persons being paid J$15,000 (One Jamaica dollar=US$0.008 cents) to carry out contract killings and have vowed to stamp out the practice.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic – Progress is being made in the construction of a border fence between the Dominican Republic and Haiti This is according to Minister of Defense, Lieutenant General Carlos Luciano Díaz Morfa, who has been supervising the progress of work the work being done.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Prime Minister Andrew Holness has vowed that his administration will “never allow criminals to over-run and hold our country hostage” as several communities in Spanish Town and St Catherine in the southeast of Jamaica remained under a curfew.
Canadian Socialite Jasmine Hartin Under Investigation for Alleged Hit on Belizean Police Commissioner
BELMOPAN, Belize –Police Commissioner Chester Williams says he had been receiving “ a number of disturbing messages” from the Canadian-born socialite, Jasmine Hartin, amid allegations that she had ordered a hit on him.
Billionaire Robert Brockman Charged With Tax Evasion and Money Laundering Through Entities in Bermuda and the Caribbean
HOUSTON, Texas — A Texas billionaire charged with tax evasion and money laundering through a web of offshore entities in Bermuda and the Caribbean is competent to stand trial, a US judge has ruled.