“We are a resilient people; we will rebuild”. That’s the mantra of the Bahamian people, particularly those from the northern part of the Bahamas who were most severely affected by hurricane Dorian, the category 5 storm that ripped through the The Abacos and Grand Bahama Island on September 3, 2019 then hovered for two days. Their stories are no longer front-page news, but they tell of a people determined to move forward, determined to live their best lives.
NASSAU, The Bahamas and the United States have signed an air services agreement (ASA) that the Caribbean nation said reflects a strong commitment by both countries to the continued strengthening of bilateral relations and the modernization of aviation operations.
Eight Belizeans have been recognized by the Crown for lifetime services to the country in the annual list of New Year Honours released on Friday by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the London Gazette.
Though the vector control unit in Manchester has heightened its vector control management in the parish, Chief Public Health Inspector for the parish, Charmaine Palmer-Cross, is appealing to residents to take personal responsibility in reducing the impact of mosquito breeding and mosquito-borne diseases.
NEW YORK - India is providing a $150 million line of credit to finance renewable energy and climate change-related projects in the Caribbean community (CARICOM), according to a statement issued by the St. Kitts and Nevis government.
ST.GEORGES, Grenada– Grenada’s former Deputy Prime Minister Herbert Preudhomme is dead.