President of Cricket West Indies Dave Cameron has put the responsibility of reforming and restructuring the organization in the laps of regional political leaders.
The Grenada Senior Men’s National Football Team, the Spice Boyz, will travel this week to prepare for they away encounter with Puerto Rico in their final match of the CONCACAF […]
Sterling performance by the Windies in their recent outing against England, has seen them draw level with eighth-ranked Sri Lanka on points, 10 weeks before they kick off their campaign at the ICC 50-overs World Cup.
The World Bank on Tuesday approved a US$27 million project to support the construction of a 7 Mega Watts small geothermal power plant in Dominica; the aim of which is to increase the share of renewables, diversify the country’s energy matrix, and identify a clear road map for private sector investment in geothermal development.
Jamaica is seeking to introduce “inflation-targeting” as the next phase of it economic reform programme.
“Inflation targeting” is a monetary policy regime in which a central bank has an explicit target inflation rate for the medium term and informs the public.
Cricket West Indies issued a statement explaining its reason for initially denying liability in the dismissal of former coach Phil Simmons.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) could find itself paying up to US$400,000 to former coach Phil Simmons after being forced to admit liability in an unfair dismissal case.