Belizeans to vote on 11 November

Belizeans to vote on 11 November

General Elections in Belize have been called for Wednesday 11 November 2020. Read more

Violent protests sparked by murder, bring Haiti to brink of instability, Security Council warned

Violent protests sparked by murder, bring Haiti to brink of instability, Security Council warned

Violent protests sparked by the murder of a high-profile legal scholar are threatening to push Haiti into a spiral of instability, Special Representative Helen La Lime told the&nbs

Delta a category 2 hurricane, extremely dangerous conditions expected

Delta a category 2 hurricane, extremely dangerous conditions expected

Delta is now a Category 2 hurricane and the National Hurricane Centre says extremely dangerous hurricane conditions are expected to affect the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula starti

CXC Chairman Convenes Independent Review Team

CXC Chairman Convenes Independent Review Team

Chairman of the Caribbean Examinations Council® (CXC®), Professor Sir Hilary Beckles has convened a team that will review the modified approach for the administra

70 per cent of the pandemic cases located in just 10 countries, WHO reports

70 per cent of the pandemic cases located in just 10 countries, WHO reports

While COVID-19 has affected all countries, the pandemic is “uneven”, and it is estimated that 10 per cent of the global population may have been infected with the virus

 Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future

Teachers: Leading in crisis, reimagining the future

On World Teachers' Day 2020, David Edwards, General Secretary, Education International, Guy Ryder, Director-General, International Labour Organization, Audrey Azoulay, Dir

CDC Acknowledges the Virus Can Spread Via Airborne Transmission

CDC Acknowledges the Virus Can Spread Via Airborne Transmission

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now says the coronavirus can be spread through airborne particles that can linger in the air "for minutes or even hours" &m

Two Major Leaps Towards a Climate Resilient, Emission-Free Antigua and Barbuda

Two Major Leaps Towards a Climate Resilient, Emission-Free Antigua and Barbuda

Having completed my Master of Science Degree in Renewable Energy Management in 2016, it was my great desire to contribute towards the research and development of alternative forms

Reimagine education to achieve quality learning for all, UN and partners urge

Reimagine education to achieve quality learning for all, UN and partners urge

Now is the time to “think beyond COVID-19” to reimagine education and realize the goal of providing all students with access to quality learning, UN agencies and their

TAMCC students await meeting with Ministry of Education over CAPE queries

TAMCC students await meeting with Ministry of Education over CAPE queries

Last Friday’s meeting between TAMCC’s student body and Ministry of Education postponed Read more

IC pleased with compliance levels in Declarations Filing

IC pleased with compliance levels in Declarations Filing

The Office of the Integrity Commission is heartened by the level of compliance by public officers filing Declarations of Assets, Liabilities and Incomes. Read more

 5.2 magnitude earthquake felt in Grenada

5.2 magnitude earthquake felt in Grenada

The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) received several reports of citizens feeling a tremor on Sunday just after 3 pm. Read more

St Kitts-Nevis accedes to UN Convention against torture

St Kitts-Nevis accedes to UN Convention against torture

 Saint Kitts and Nevis acceded to the UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT) on September 21, the 171st country to d

COVID-19 disrupts critical mental health services, WHO warns

COVID-19 disrupts critical mental health services, WHO warns

The global pandemic has disrupted critical mental health services in 93 per cent of the countries it surveyed, underscoring the devastating impact of COVID-19 and highlighting an u

Response from CHRG to recent article by Godfrey Smith

Response from CHRG to recent article by Godfrey Smith

Dear Editor, We are writing to challenge the content of the recent article that has appeared in your newspaper written by Godfrey Smith. It is ironic that as the fabricated case

SAASS suspension of on-site classes

SAASS suspension of on-site classes

Please be informed that our on-site scheduling for classes will be affected next week. It has just been confirmed that all on-site classes will be suspended from Monday, 5 October

 Little Biaboo to get electricity

Little Biaboo to get electricity

MINISTER within the Ministry of Public Works, Deodat Indar on Sunday visited Little Biaboo in the Mahaica Creek, where he informed residents of the developmental projects governmen

 Jordan rejected allowances for health workers on June 3– Min. Parag points out

Jordan rejected allowances for health workers on June 3– Min. Parag points out

PUBLIC Service Minister Sonia Parag has maintained that former Finance Minister Winston Jordan has rejected allowances for health workers. Parag’s assertion was a rebuttal