Caribbean Technology News

  • Barbados moves towards E-Passports 21 Sep 2018 19:53 Dominica News Online In the wake of a recommendation by the International Civil Aviation Authority, the Barbados Immigration Department has started phasing out machine-readable passports in favour of an electronic passport (e-passport) according to a GIS Barbados report. This …
  • OneUnited Bank President and BB&T Regional President will receive top honors at the BOMA Awards 20 Sep 2018 18:22 Westside Gazette     Terri Williams, president of OneUnited Bank MIAMI, FL – The Black Owned Media Alliance is excited to announce the 2018 BOMA Awards. The BOMA awards was established to honor agencies, businesses, and individuals who make a positive impact in the South …
  • BOMA to Honor OneUnited Bank President and BB&T Regional President 19 Sep 2018 14:44 South Florida Caribbean News SOUTH FLORIDA  – The Black Owned Media Alliance is excited to announce the 2018 BOMA Awards.   The BOMA awards was established to honor agencies, businesses, and individuals who make a positive impact in the South Florida Black community. This year the …
  • Premier in Barbados touting e-gov initiatives 19 Sep 2018 10:32 Cayman News Service Premier Alden McLaughlin speaks in Barbados (CNS): Premier Alden McLaughlin spoke at the Central Bank Meets Blockchain Conference in Barbados today on what officials said was the “ongoing successes of the Cayman Islands in its continuing work to  improve …
  • Financial prudence, teamwork pave way for Winair rapid Irma recovery 18 Sep 2018 22:11 Curacao Chronicle PHILIPSBURG - Windward Islands Airways International Winair had the unfortunate reputation of an airline always on the brink of folding up. The image of the destroyed buildings and missing airplanes after Hurricane Irma tore through on September 6, 2017, …
  • One United Bank president and BB&T regional president will receive top honors at the BOMA Awards, Miami, FL. 16 Sep 2018 23:19 National Weekly The Black Owned Media Alliance is excited to announce the 2018 BOMA Awards. The BOMA awards was established to honor agencies, businesses, and individuals who make a positive impact in the South Florida Black community. This year the ceremony will be on …
  • BUSINESS BYTE: Flow launches Superfast Broadband 11 Sep 2018 16:14 Dominica News Online Roseau, Dominica September 10th, 2018 – On the heels of launching the first advanced mobile 4GLTE technology on the island, Dominica’s premier telecommunications provider, Flow, is ready to introduce customers to its state of the art Fibre to the Home ( …
  • Fenton Tops 2018 CXC CSEC 07 Sep 2018 20:14 Montserrat Reporter Posted on 07 September 2018. Katrice Fenton is the Salutatorian for the 2018 Montserrat Secondary School. She has been named as the top student in this year’s CSEC Examinations. Congratulations are well in order for Katrice and her runner-up Shekanah …
  • Construction work on 5 schools to begin July 2019, PM Skerrit says 07 Sep 2018 15:39 Dominica News Online PM Skerrit said funding for construction work on five schools is being provided by Canada Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has announced that construction work on five (5) schools in Dominica is expected to begin in July 2019. He made that announcement …
  • News: Singapore Airlines joins Worldwide by easyJet 07 Sep 2018 12:47 Breakingtravelnews easyJet has announced that Singapore Airlines will join the Worldwide by easyJet global connections service. The move, which will also include low-cost subsidiary Scoot, will connect easyJet customers with south-east Asia with Singapore Airlines via Milan …
  • Digicel lands major ICT-managed services contract in Dominica 06 Sep 2018 17:03 Dominica News Online KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica – and by extension the people of Dominica – are poised for a major technology transformation with the news that ICT managed services provider, Digicel, has officially been selected as the …
  • Sciences lead improved CSEC performance in 2018 04 Sep 2018 18:03 Dominica News Online There was improved performance on all three natural science subjects at the May/June 2018 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and an overall improvement in the percentage of entries achieving acceptable grades – Grades I – …