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Commentary: Law-abiding CARICOM citizens must be respected if we want Caribbean integration
By Hudson George Based on race and ethnicity, the majority of citizens within the CARICOM bloc are black people.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
'No time for blame' - Nicholson, Dookeran say Ja-T&T meetings fruitful
A. J. Nicholson , Jamaica's minister of foreign affairs, engages Winston Dookeran, minister of foreign affairs, Trinidad and Tobago, at a press briefing held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday afternoon.
Catholic World News
Vatican cardinal analyzes challenges facing Church in the Caribbean
In a meeting with the bishops of the Antilles and in homilies in Trinidad and Tobago and in Jamaica, the prefect for the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples analyzed the challenges facing the Church in the region.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Caribbean neighbours at war?
SO, we are preparing to go to war with Trinidad and Tobago. Make that Trinidad alone.
T&T foreign affairs minister arrives in Jamaica for free movement talks
A delegation from Trinidad and Tobago led by its Minister of Foreign Affairs, Winston Dookeran has arrived in Jamaica for talks over the free movement of Jamaicans into the twin-island republic.
Recently released market study: Caribbean Food & Drink Report Q1 2014
A difficult fiscal situation, slowly recovering tourist arrivals and global crackdown on offshore financial centres, which were profoundly important to the region, will weigh on the economic recovery and consumer spending over the forecast period.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
TT is the mother church of the Caribbean
TRINIDAD and Tobago has a responsibility to be prepared, vigilant and engaged in the mission of Jesus Christ because it is seen as the 'mother church' in the Caribbean region, said Italian cardinal Fernando Filoni.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
OP-ED: Stop the Rot Between Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago
This deterioration in relations between two of the most influential countries in the 15-member Caribbean Community does not serve the interests of either country or the Community as a whole.
TRINIDAD - Persad-Bissessar welcomes planned talks with Jamaica
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has welcomed the move by Jamaica to hold talks on the issue involving the deportation of 13 Jamaican nationals, saying she had advised Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran to accept the invitation from his counterpart to travel to Kingston to discuss the matter.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
PM Stands Firm
TRINIDAD and Tobago did absolutely nothing wrong in the matter involving the deportation of 13 Jamaican nationals from this country last week, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said.
EDITORIAL - The CARICOM bogey
At every new slight, perceived or real, Jamaicans tend to attack the regional question, including this country's membership in the Caribbean Community , with knee-jerk, emotional rants.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Caricom better late than never
AMID the resounding calls for remedial action to redress the numerous shortcomings that have brought the regional grouping to a nearly disastrous standstill, officialdom has recently become aware of the clear and present danger of Caricom's possible disintegration.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
T&T, Guyana moving ahead on land deal
Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago are moving forward with a Memorandum of Understanding , which will see 10,000 acres of land being given to the twin-island republic for farming, online service iNews in Guyana reported yesterday.
South Side Eats: Unwrap the Fantastic Roti at Cafe Trinidad in Bronzeville
You never have to travel far to find some Caribbean food on the South Side. However, most options from the islands will be Jamaican.
Entry denied! Gov't disturbed as T&T turns back 'significant number' of Jamaicans
The Jamaican Government has placed Trinidad and Tobago on notice that it has become alarmed that several of its citizens have been denied entry into that eastern Caribbean nation over recent weeks.
Tue Nov 05, 2013
Japan wants to open more embassies in Caribbean
Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be looking to extend its relations with Caribbean territories, and opening more embassies in the region is one option.
How to find paradise
Trinidad and Tobago has the most beautiful beaches in the world and A Guide to Beaches and Bays has all the facts to prove it.