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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 […]

West Indies cricket stars win big at the ESPNcricinfo awards. The ESPNcricinfo awards honor the best batting and bowling performances in international cricket.   At is awards ceremony last Friday, captains for the Windies men and women’s teams, Carlos Brathwaite and Hayley Matthews’ were voted the best T20 batting performances of 2016. Brathwait and Matthews were […]

CARICOM member states are being accused of not doing enough to assist nationals who violate U.S. immigration laws. U.S. immigration lawyer, Fitzmore Harris – who is Antiguan, says “One of the main functions of the overseas consulates is to protect the rights of their citizens”, and he does not believe that enough is being done. […]

Rihanna is back in the news again this week, after being named Humanitarian of the Year. On Monday – which was her 29th birthday, Billboard announced that the Bajan pop star has broken Michael Jackson’s records for the most Top 10 Hits, and how sits in 3rd place over all behind The Beatles and Madonna. […]

Usain Bolt and his friends have been spotted heading to Trinidad & Tobago for Carnival. Yesterday a self made video by Bolt shows him and his friends – which included Reggae singer Christopher Martin and Jamaican soccer player Ricardo “Bibi” Gardner, partying on a private jet in route to T&T. First posted by U.S. entertainment […]

Japan has donated millions to helping Haiti fight its ongoing cholera epidemic. The Government of Japan gave a grant of more than US $2.6 million to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to help reduce cholera-related morbidity and mortality in Haiti over the next 2 years. The grant will help strengthen the U.N.’s efforts to […]

3 Trinidad & Tobago Calypsonians have threaten to sue over the results of the Calypso Monarch semi-finals. The 3 artists are veteran Lady Gypsy, St. Vincent national Fya Empress, and local favorite Brian London. Lady Gypsy was the first to threaten law suit, after she did not make it into the final Dimache Gras.  She […]

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