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Storm Conditions Expected to Last Four More Hours Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Storm Conditions Expected to Last Four More Hours

Caribbean  (Mckoy’s News) – Storm Conditions Expected to Last Four More Hours: Trinidad and Tobago, 5AM:  T&T is expected to continue experiencing Tropical Storm conditions for the next six hours. According to a Tropical Storm Advisory issued by the T&T Met Office at midnight Tropical Storm Bret is expected to move away from Trinidad and toward the north coast of... Read More
Newly Formed Tropical Storm Bret Near Trinidad Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Jamaica Weather Latest News Leading News 

Newly Formed Tropical Storm Bret Near Trinidad

Caribbean (Mckoy’s News) – Newly Formed Tropical Storm Bret Near Trinidad: At 4:00 p.m. the centre of Tropical Storm Bret was located near Latitude 9.4 degrees North and Longitude 59.8 degrees west or about 200km southeast of Trinidad.  Tropical Storm Bret is moving toward the west-northwest near 48km/h and is expected to continue at a slightly slower speed over the next 48 hours. On the... Read More
Tropical Storm in the Caribbean Sea Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Tropical Storm in the Caribbean Sea

Caribbean (Mckoy’s News) – A Tropical Storm in the Caribbean Sea: A tropical storm warning has been issued for a trio of islands in the Caribbean Sea as a disturbance continues to develop off the northeast coast of South America, the National Hurricane Center announced yesterday afternoon. The system is expected to intensify into a tropical storm today as it... Read More
Health Ministry Closely Monitors Patient with Water-Borne Bacteria Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News 

Health Ministry Closely Monitors Patient with Water-Borne Bacteria

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – HEALTH MINISTRY CLOSELY MONITORS PATIENT WITH WATER-BORNE BACTERIA: The Ministry of Health is monitoring a patient who has presented symptoms of a water-borne bacteria which is a form of vibrio cholerae.  However, the Ministry is declaring that the case is not Cholera even as it awaits confirmation of the diagnosis. Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry... Read More
Growth in Tourist Arrivals Recorded for 2017 Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured Columnist Featured News Latest News Leading News Travel World 

Growth in Tourist Arrivals Recorded for 2017

Saint Lucia (McKoy’s News) – Growth in Tourist Arrivals Recorded for 2017: Saint Lucia has recorded a 23.4 percent increase in tourist arrivals for the year so far, with a 33.7 percent growth in the cruise sector. Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee noted at a press conference this week that there was also a 5 percent rise in stay-over arrivals from... Read More
Officials vow tougher monitoring to tackle fish, shrimp smuggling Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Officials vow tougher monitoring to tackle fish, shrimp smuggling

Guyana (Mckoy’s News) – Officials vow tougher monitoring to tackle fish, shrimp smuggling: The issue of illegal importation of shrimp and fish onto Guyana’s shores is continuing to raise concerns as officials vow tougher monitoring. As a follow-up to this, a high-level meeting was yesterday convened in the boardroom of the Ministry of Agriculture and a number of decisions were taken... Read More
Haiti : Torrential Rains Left One Dead Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News World 

Haiti : Torrential Rains Left One Dead

Haiti (McKoy’s News) – Torrential Rains Left One Dead: One person has died following torrential rains in Haiti. A mudslide occurred in the community of Archaie yesterday killed one and several others had to be evacuated.  Police and Emergency personnel have asked persons to evacuate the area and nearbouring communities and to listen to radios and other means of communication. ... Read More
Grenada Approves New Laws with Incentives For Oil Explorers Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News Politics World 

Grenada Approves New Laws with Incentives For Oil Explorers

Grenada (McKoy’s News) – Grenada Approves New Laws: Grenada’s Parliament has passed a Hydrocarbon Exploration Incentive Bill containing a package of incentives for oil and gas exploration. Leader of Government Business Gregory Bowen, who brought the bill before the house, said the plan is to determine the existence of natural deposits of oil and gas as well as the quality... Read More
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