May 21, 2018

Latin American, Caribbean theologians strengthen collaboration

From World Council of Churches Over 30 representatives of several theological institutions connected to the World Council of Churches programme of Ecumenical Theological Education (WCC-ETE) are gathered at the Faculty of Theology of the Methodist University of São Paulo, from 14-18 May, for the first Meeting on Ecumenical Theological Education of Latin America and the […]

Cayman Islands: May is National Cancer Research Month

May is National Cancer Research Month, during which the Health Services Authority (HSA) works to raise awareness of the importance of high-quality, innovative cancer research to the Cayman Islands and the world. Despite substantial progress being made, the growth of cancer continues to be a global challenge. The immense toll of the disease is felt […]

Caribbean Court of Justice orders Barbados to allow a St. Lucia academic to vote

From St Kitts & Nevis Observer In a ruling that could be far reaching in the region, the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Sunday ruled that a St Lucia-born academic should be registered as an elector to cast a ballot in the May 24 general elections in Barbados. And it warned the Chief Elections […]

Caribbean NGO to commemorate Palestinians killed since the Nakba

From MEM Caribbean Against Apartheid in Palestine [CAAP] and the Cuban Embassy will take part in a joint ceremony marking 70 years since the Palestinian Nakba today. A flower laying ceremony will be held at the Cuban Monument in Paynes Bay later this evening, to “remember the victims of Zionism over the past seventy years […]

HAMAFilms Antigua scratches the surface of the Caribbean Dolphin’s dilemma in new documentary

A poignant reminder that people with purpose are powerful is one of the central themes in Dolphin Dilemma – The Antigua and Barbuda Story, a new documentary produced by HAMAFilms Antigua for the Antigua and Barbuda Independent Tourism Promotion Corporation (ABITPC). Set in 2004, Dolphin Dilemma – the Antigua and Barbuda Story shows how a […]

Coat of Arms celebrations

Cayman Islands Coat of Arms celebrations continue in the UK Following on from the very successful event held on Monday evening at Durbar Court, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) ,where celebrations were held for the 60th anniversary of the Coat of Arms and where Caymanians showcased, to a large audience, the rich history, great culture […]

Princess Cruises announces 2019-2020 Caribbean Season

New Sky Princess Offers Maiden Season of Seven-Day Eastern and Western Caribbean Sailings NEWS PROVIDED BY Princess Cruises SANTA CLARITA, Calif., May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Princess Cruises guests sailing to the Caribbean will enjoy the white-sand beaches, warm sunshine and inviting island life on a variety of cruise itineraries to all three sought-after regions […]

CHIC by Royalton Punta Cana: Outstanding Green Globe performance in the Caribbean

From eTurbo News CHIC by Royalton Punta Cana offers an Adults Only All Exclusive experience where guests can enjoy an elegant yet relaxed resort ambiance on the golden sands of Punta Cana’s coveted Uvero Alto Beach. Green Globe recently recertified CHIC by Royalton Punta Cana for the third consecutive year awarding the property an outstanding […]

ConocoPhillips ‘not close’ to recouping $2 billion from PDVSA, CEO says

Reuters From E&P U.S. oil producer ConocoPhillips Co. (NYSE: COP) is far from collecting the full value of a $2 billion arbitration award against Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA , ConocoPhillips’ CEO said May 15. ConocoPhillips has won court orders allowing the company to begin seizing PDVSA assets in efforts to collect on an award […]

Grenada prime minister to seek new referendum on Caribbean Court of Justice

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life Grenada Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will again be pursuing a referendum on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the island’s final court of appeal. He said a second referendum will be held at the end of the year after 12,653 Grenadians voted against it in a referendum […]