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Cayman Airways starting twice-weekly flight to Mobay from Grand Cayman Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News World 

Cayman Airways starting twice-weekly flight to Mobay from Grand Cayman

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Tourist  Visiting St Maarten Killed after Blast from Plane Knocks Her into Wall Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News World 

Tourist Visiting St Maarten Killed after Blast from Plane Knocks Her into Wall

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75,000 Could Die If Earthquake Hits Vulnerable Haiti Great North Caribbean News Featured News Latest News Leading News 

75,000 Could Die If Earthquake Hits Vulnerable Haiti Great North

Port Au-Prine, Haiti (Mckoy’s News) – At Least 75,000 Could Die If Earthquake Hits Vulnerable Haiti Great North:  A United States-based global earthquake and structural engineering firm has found that there would be a significant risk of death and destruction if the Great North section of Haiti experienced an earthquake. 75,000 Could Die If Earthquake Hits Vulnerable Haiti Great North The... Read More
British Columbia Wildfires Caribbean News Featured News Latest News Leading News 

British Columbia Wildfires

British Columbia (Mckoy’s News) – British Columbia Wildfires – 14,000 Evacuated as Fires Spread:  Some 14,000 people have been evacuated in the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) as more firefighters arrive to help fight the flames. About 300 out-of-province firefighters are due this week to assist in battling the roughly 220 fires raging in BC’s central interior region. The... Read More
Marines Corps Plane Incident Caribbean News Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Marines Corps Plane Incident

Mississippi (Mckoy’s News) – Sixteen dead in Marines Corps Plane Incident:  At least 16 people have died after a US military plane crashed in the southern state of Mississippi at around 16:00 local time (21:00 GMT) on Monday. The crash happened in LeFlore County, about 100 miles (160km) north of Jackson, the state capital. All 16 victims were on the... Read More
Barbados Trade Unions Plan Caribbean News Featured News Latest News Leading News Politics 

Barbados Trade Unions Plan

Barbados (Mckoy’s News) – Trade Unions Plan to March Over New Tax:  Trade unions in Barbados have come up with a counterproposal to Government’s crippling hike in the National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) even as they prepare to hit the streets this week to voice their opposition to the tax implemented seven days ago. Following a joint meeting of shop... Read More
President Santos Grants Farc Members Business Caribbean News Featured News Health Latest News Leading News 

President Santos Grants Farc Members

Colombia (Mckoy’s News) –  President Santos Grants Farc Members Amnesty:  Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos has signed a decree granting amnesty to another 3,600 members of the Farc rebel group, which last year reached a peace deal with the government. It is the third and final amnesty decree signed by Mr Santos. More than 7,000 rebels in total have been... Read More
Zika Declined, but Mosquitoes still a Concern Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Zika Declined, but Mosquitoes still a Concern

Caribbean (Mckoy’s News) – Zika Declined, but Mosquitoes still a Concern:  Even though the number of cases of Zika has significantly declined from the outbreak of 2016, there is still need for continued vigilance and action on mosquito borne diseases. Executive Director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency, CARPHA Dr James Hospedales has warned that mosquitos continue to pose a... Read More
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