There is increased seismic activity around the Leeward Islands, according to the Seismic Research Centre in Trinidad. The Eastern Caribbean is a seismically active area, and the Unit said there was no need to panic — as there are hundred of earthquakes in the seismically active area in and around the region each year.
A Caribbean Journal Editorial He was never a judge, never a Queen’s Counsel. His robes were never silk. But A. Ralph Carnegie was a Caribbean John Marshall if there ever was one. Ralph Carnegie, A.R. in scholarly texts, passed away […]
Lackston Robinson, Jamaica’s Deputy Solicitor General, testified that it was the law firm Manatt, Phelps and Phillips, and not the Jamaican Government/Jamaica Labour Party, that made the first move to solicit a contract to lobby the White House, he told […]
The International Monetary Fund has sent a team to Antigua for a third review of the nation’s performance on a stand-by arrangement with the IMF. According to the Ministry of Finance, the IMF team began the review Monday and will […]
Trinidad is projecting a significant jump in cruise passenger traffic this season. The island’s tourism officials say “all signs point” to major gains in traffic, with the season set to begin in October and run through April of 2024. The […]
After a four year hiatus, Air Canada is making a comeback in Trinidad for the upcoming winter season, Caribbean Journal has leaned. The airline will be relaunching service to Port of Spain on Nov. 1, 2023. Air Canada’s return will […]
The Caribbean tourism industry has rebounded spectacularly from the pandemic – and so, too has the cruise sector. Plainly, Caribbean cruises are back in a big way, according to travel agents. More cruise ships, some larger, are sailing, operating at […]
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