BBC Caribbean's final week of broadcasting at the end of an era which started with World War Two programming.
Baby Doc hospitalised, operations at TCI airport expected to resume after sickout - and more.
In pictures: A lookback at the years of BBC Caribbean and West Indian broadcasting to the Caribbean region.
West Indies crush woeful Bangladesh
Our Carnival picture gallery begins with Monday's fun J'ouvert as Dominicans take to the streets.
Haiti's ex-leader Jean-Claude Duvalier had the right to return to the country but must now face justice, President Rene Preval says.
The president of Guyana has warned that final cost for the Eastern Caribbean from the collapse of the insurance giant Clico could depend on what Barbados does next.
Former Haitian leader Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier is charged with corruption and embezzlement.
UK tells Montserrat to live within its means, doctor convicted of altering fingerprints - and more.
Outgoing CCJ president Michael de la Bastide calls for more support for the regional court among member states.
Up to 800,000 Haitians will contract cholera this year, double previous estimates, new report says.
Grenada Olympic team haas chosen to train at Sunderland University in north-east England.
Japan's tragedy: Caribbean consequences
All change in Europe By David Jessop
Cuba welcomes new internet cable link with Venezuela
The current food production system is unsustainable and will fail to end hunger unless it is radically redesigned, a report warns
The place of Creole or Patois in Caribbean society continues to divide public opinion. Your views.
Examining the legacy of the 1981 New Cross fire