COPA Airplanes at Panama's Toucumen Airport. Photo: Harald Linkels Toucumen, Panama- Tomorrow, July 6, will see the start of Copa Airlines' flights between Panama City and Paramaribo. The airline will operate the route twice per week on Wednesdays and … [Read more] about Suriname Can Now be Reached via Copa Airlines
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said the scheme for tourism workers will be the largest single pension plan in Jamaica and, arguably, the Caribbean. (Photo: JIS) Kingston, Jamaica – The House of Representatives last week has passed the Tourism Workers … [Read more] about Jamaica Establishes Pension Plan for Hospitality Workers
The Bonaire Culinary Team has definitely punched above their weight and is bringing home no less than 10 medals. Photo: Casper Douma Miami - The Bonaire Culinary Team is bringing home no less than 10 medals today plus the title for Floris van Loo 'Spirit of … [Read more] about 10 Medals for Bonaire Culinary Team!
(from left) John Sandiford of UX Designer and owner of Antonio Media BV,Teresa Leslie (St. Eustatius Foundation), fisherman Maxwell “Maxie” Spanner, Milan Jezic von Gresseneck (EU Innovation), Gilberto Maduro, St. Eustatius harbor personnel and Sheridan … [Read more] about StaBlu ‘Fish App’ Now in Test Phase
SVG's CEO Gravel says he has seen more than 50 Caribbean Airline companies go defunct and predicts the remaining ones might follow soon. Photo: SVG By Harald Linkels Kingstown, St. Vincent- Paul Gravel, founder and CEO of St. Vincent & Grenadines Air … [Read more] about Paul Gravel (SVG Air): Taxes Killing All Caribbean Airlines
Kralendijk - The Consul General of the Republic of Suriname on Curaçao, Henriette Agnes Daniel, has paid a visit to Lieutenant Governor Edison Rijna. The visit took place on Tuesday 29 May. During the visit, the Consul General offered the Lieutenant … [Read more] about Consul-General of Suriname Visits Governor Rijna
Prime Minister of Granada, Dr Keith Mitchell, addressing the Opening Ceremony of the CONSLE Meeting. Photo: Caricom St. Georges, Grenada- The crime and security situation in the Region demands greater collaboration and co-operation among the Member States … [Read more] about Caricom Ministers Push for Greater Coordination in Crime Fighting Efforts
According to figures from the Caribbean Development Bank, the contraction in Anguilla deviates from the general picture of positive economical figures. Photo: CDB. According to the Regional Economic Summary 2018, published by the Caribbean Development Bank … [Read more] about Anguilla’s Economy Contracted 2.4% in 2018