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The mega hit of Trinidad & Tobago’s 2017 Carnival, “Full Extreme” has made Road March history. “Full Extreme” is the work of MX Prime – formerly known as Maximus Dan, and his production crew Ultimate Rejects, consisting of Johann Seaton, Joel Aming and Avaron Vanloo. Released on December 5, “Full Extreme” quickly became the most […]

CONCACAF is opening a new office in Kingston, Jamaica. The continental governing body for football in North, Central America and the Caribbean, believes an office in the Caribbean region will help enhance governance for all 41 member associations, and “triple its investment” in Caribbean competitions throughout the coming year. The objective of the new Caribbean […]

The Prime Minister of the Bahamas is under fire for flipping the bird to a critic during a speech. On Monday, Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie made the obscene gesture, while speaking at a community meeting for his ruling Progressive Liberal Party. Christie spent most of his time berating the opposition Free National Movement and […]

The President of Guyana has been invited to deliver the keynote address at a Brooklyn college awards ceremony next month. President David Granger is to address the 2nd Annual International Education Awards Ceremony at Medgar Evers college on April 27. President Granger follows Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago, Dr. Keith Rowley, who delivered the […]

Reggae – specifically Dancehall, will be used to teach science to school children in Jamaica. The education project ‘Science Genius Jamaica’, is a partnership between The Jamaica National (JN) Foundation and Professor Christopher Emdin, a Mathematics and Science Professor at New York’s Columbia University. Using the exciting Dancehall clash competition as its format, ‘Science Genius […]

Panama shocked its competitors by winning it’s first ever CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championships. Held in Nassau, Bahamas, the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship served as the qualifer event for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup – which will also be held in Nassau, April 27 -May 7. 16 teams from the Caribbean, North America, and South […]

A former T&T Olympian has been accused of and extradited on sexual abuse charges. Last week, Ato Stephens was extradited from the U.S. – where he has citizenship, to the Cayman Islands to face 2 charges of indecent assault, 1 charge of gross indecency, and 1 charge of misuse of an Information and Communications Technology […]

3 Caribbean film producers area developing pilots for original TV series projects. The projects are being funded CaribbeanTales Media Group, and telecom company Flow, with each project receiving US$40,000. A sci-fi/drama animated series entitled “Battledream Chronicle”, will be the first production.  Created by Alain Bidard of Martinque, “Battledream Chronicle” its based on his groundbreaking multi-award-winning […]

Police in Jamaica are currently testing the use of body cameras. The Jamaica Constabulary Force recently outfitted 4 police divisions in Kingston and St. Andrew with body cameras, as a means to improve accountability and enhance officer professionalism. This initial pilot comes more than 2 years after it was first announced by then Security Minister […]

T&T Soca artist Voice, has been crowned winner of the International Soca Monarch competition – for the second consecutive time. Held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain, Voice won event in spite of technical difficultites experienced by the sound crew and backing band. The technical problems began at the beginning of Voice’s performance, causing […]

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