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Excellency, on behalf of the CARICOM Heads of Government, it gives me immense pleasure to extend to you and your Delegation, warm and fraternal greetings on behalf of our Caribbean Community. It is deeply symbolic that we should be hosting this Meeting here in Antigua and Barbuda, forever etched in our Region’s history as the […]

  As a result of a series of three-day training workshops, Police, Prison, and Probation Officers in Grenada are better able to support restorative and rehabilitative approaches to juvenile justice reform and understand their unique responsibilities in providing service to children and their families. The workshops were hosted by the United States Agency for International […]

Imagine relocating the entire population of your country in the face of a colossal hurricane and two months later still not being able to get back home. Now imagine spending several nights in a shelter and taking a stroll the next morning only to find what you used to call community, city or country reduced […]

CARICOM chairman and Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell on Monday welcomed the establishment of an emergency post-disaster reconstruction financing initiative to help the Region recover from recent hurricane events. Dr. Mitchell, also chairman of the Caribbean Development Bank, was speaking in Germany on the new initiative between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the […]


Just days after the return of the first Grenlec restoration crew from Anguilla, a second Grenlec team has taken their place to continue electricity restoration in Anguilla. Expressing the Company’s appreciation to the volunteer linemen, Collin Cover, General Manager applauded the team for the excellent feedback that the host company has provided about their work. […]

In relation to the recent attack in the media on the reputation of the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice by a dissatisfied litigant, the President has been advised by his advisors that it would not be appropriate at this time to respond publicly in his personal capacity in any detail to the allegations made against him […]

Guyana will host  consultations surrounding the use of marijuana on 6 November 2017; as part of the Caribbean Community’s  call for” careful in-depth research” to inform decision-making on the issue.  The Regional Commission on Marijuana, established by CARICOM Heads of Government, will hold a number of focus groups with Youth, Faith-based organizations and special interests […]

In the wake of the passage of Hurricane Maria some six weeks ago, Dominica is continuing its efforts to bring daily life back to a state of normalcy while conducting ongoing assessments of the damage incurred and the resources needed to Build Back Better! INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS Plans are in high gear to celebrate the island’s […]

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