June 29, 2021

Caribbean “Disaster Fighters” team up for campaign on impact of COVID-19 and other disasters

The TikTok campaign started Monday and features cricketers Dwayne Bravo (Trinidad and Tobago); Darren Sammy (Saint Lucia); and Kieran Powell (Saint Kitts and Nevis, along with [...]
May 23, 2021

CXC to announce examination plans this week

The Council administers three such examinations at this time of year: the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), usually referred to by students and parents by the [...]
May 14, 2021

With 21 deaths, Trinidad and Tobago sees deadliest day for COVID-19

Trinidad and Tobago Newsday reports that the 21 fatalities were comprised of five elderly women and four elderly men with comorbidities; one elderly woman and one [...]
May 12, 2021

Two more teachers to commence lessons on CARICOM economics

On Thursday, Stefphoney Grinage of Sacred Heart College in Belize will teach the class of Albert Inshanally of Queen’s College in Guyana.
May 7, 2021

GraceKennedy donates Jamaican $13million (US$86,000) plus to St. Vincent relief

GraceKennedy said the money would be used to purchase and ship supplies for the people affected by the volcano eruptions.
May 6, 2021

Caribbean has seen over 710,000 cases of COVID-19

Loop's latest statistics show that as of today, May 6, 2021, there were a total of 716,148 cases in the region. , The breakdown for cases, [...]
April 25, 2021

Grenada making travel more attractive for those vaccinated against COVID-19

The new measures, which are scheduled to take effect as of May 1, will limit the mandatory quarantine time for tourists to only 48 hours for [...]
April 18, 2021

Boat with Relief Supplies heading from St Lucia to St Vincent sinks

The St Vincent Marine Police reported the three people on board the ‘Sunshine Angels’ were saved by another boat.