KINGSTON (JIS) -- Jamaica’s implementation of a National Cyber Security Strategy to make the country safe for business operation, and to provide security for persons using the Internet, has received international commendation.
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (GIS) -- Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda the Hon. Gaston Browne has made a case for countries in the region to receive grant and concessionary funding to catalyze investments in renewable energy sources and to mitigate the risks involved with the development of some of the technologies, such as geothermal.
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (GIS) -- Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister, the Honorable Gaston Browne, is among Caribbean leaders who have accepted an invitation from United States Vice President Joe Biden to participate in a regional summit on Energy Security being held in Washington.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (GISL) -- Minister of Tertiary Education Fazal Karim will deliver the feature address at the signing ceremony for a Memorandum of Understanding between the National Training Agency (NTA) and the National Security Training Academy (NSTA).
KINGSTON (JIS) -- As major crimes continue their downward trend, the police are taking back public property used by criminal organizations to fund their operations, according to Minister of National Security, Hon. Peter Bunting.
KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Ministry of National Security has launched a campaign to maintain peace in vulnerable and volatile communities throughout the holiday season.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (GISL) -- The Minister of National Security, Senator the Honourable Gary Griffith wishes to state to the public that there is no evidence that there is illegal wiretapping by the SSA.
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts (SKNIS) -- Minister responsible for Health, Honourable Marcella Liburd revealed that upgrades to the Joseph N. France (JNF) General Hospital, including the revamping of security systems, will conclude in early 2015.
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts (SKNIS) -- Government’s expenditure in support of the security forces will increase in 2015 to $32.7 million, a rise of $2.8 million or 4.1 percent of the total allotted in 2014.