St Kitts-Nevis PM now revealed to hold Dominica diplomatic passport October 19, 2017 The diplomatic passport issued to current St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris by Dominica on June 20, 2014 BASSETERRE, St Kitts — After a series of accusations and denials by the St Kitts and Nevis opposition leader and former … Continue reading WAR OVER DIPLOMATIC PASSPORTS


I read last night that Grenada discovered natural gas. So that means they will be rising economically and the citizens will have more wealth at their hands if the politicians do not create a scandalous investment to benefit themselves. Guyana has discovered offshore oil and they appear to take the top from Trinidad in oil exportation … Continue reading WHAT’S NEW


Sections of a runway There are runway markings. The runway thresholds are markings across the runway that denote the beginning and end of the designated space for landing and takeoff under non-emergency conditions. The runway safety area is the cleared, smoothed and the graded area around the paved runway. It is kept free from any obstacles that might impede … Continue reading SIGNS AND MEANING


Now that the Caribbean has settled down and the thoughts of rebuilding and getting lives together we still have to remember that God is in control. Your life has been spared and you are still about your Father's business. It is time to reflect on the past two weeks and the Irma episode. What can … Continue reading HELPING HANDS


In ten (10) days St. Vincent and the Grenadines will celebrate 38 years of Freedom (in part) from Great Britain. We have come a long way with the exception of going back to 2 obstacles in our sovereignty. The Queen still as head of State  The Privy Council as the final Court of Appeal It was … Continue reading INDEPENDENCE DAY IS NEAR


The news last night that an employee of the Barbados Revenue Authority (BRA) has been charged with theft of money belonging to the Crown, comes even as the Auditor General’s Report for 2016 indicates that the revenue collection agency is unable to account for millions of dollars. The Report, which examined BRA activities for the … Continue reading MILLIONS MISSING FROM BARBADOS REVENUE AUTHORITY 


The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is to open a department of Oncology (cancer treatment unit) at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital by next month. “We are trying to strengthen and improve the provision of medical services to patients who have been diagnosed with cancer at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital and one … Continue reading MILTON CATO HOSPITAL TO OPEN CANCER UNIT

Trinidad and Tobago Weather Center

Tsunamis – A Rare But Potentially Devastating Threat to The Eastern Caribbean. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO WEATHER CENTER·THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2017 Some hazards, like tropical cyclones and flooding are all too frequent across the Lesser Antilles – particularly after the 2017 Hurricane Season. Other hazards, such as earthquakes, are not uncommon but in the Eastern Caribbean … Continue reading Trinidad and Tobago Weather Center


LIAT RESTARTS LIMITED COMMERCIAL SERVICE TO DOMINICA Following the opening announcement by Prime Minister of Dominica, Hon. Roosevelt Skerritt, LIAT will resume a limited commercial service to Douglas Charles Airport as we begin to normalize operations following Hurricane Maria. The service will operate daily alternating between the hubs of Antigua and Barbados. Interim Chief Commercial … Continue reading LIAT RESUMES FLIGHTS TO DOMINICA


Dominica's PM explodes: 'The damn country destroyed, I sleep on the floor' ...angered over social media criticism Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit A visibly irate Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit said he was “pissed off” by some people on the island who were spreading rumours that there was political interference in the distribution … Continue reading A “PISSED OFF” PM