A Congolese woman whose legs were blown off by a landmine will compete in the London Paralympics after a British woman gave her a top-of-the-line racing chair.
Allen Stanford, the Texan financier who bankrolled English cricket, will spend the rest of his life in prison, a Houston judge ruled last night, sentencing the pyramid schemer to 110 years without parole.
England have fallen one place to seventh in the latest world rankings announced by Fifa this morning.
The remaining fuel from a stricken cargo ship which ran aground in rough seas has been removed in a clean-up operation.
Sandy shores and warm weather make the Caribbean the perfect family playground
A man who was jailed for life after murdering a British couple on their honeymoon has stabbed another inmate in prison, police said.
The two men protested their innocence. They were linked to the killing by mobile-phone records and bullets that came from the same gun they used in another murder
The grieving parents of a British honeymoon couple shot dead on the holiday island of Antigua have spoken of their relief after two men were convicted of the murders on the third anniversary of their deaths.
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Why should any book be segregated as 'Black Writing'? It is characters that matter, not skin colour, writes Yvvette Edwards
A resident children's book illustrator helps bring a Caribbean beach resort to life for Jane Anderson and her family.
Music legend Eric Clapton is to sell off part of his extensive guitar collection - including one he played on stage with Cream - to raise hundreds of thousands for his rehab clinic.
Rain or shine, this tiny fragment of the Caribbean is the perfect place for a relaxing family holiday
The Brian Viner Interview: West Indian legend reveals his blueprint for success Down Under but bemoans the state of Caribbean cricket
It is nigh on half a century since the American horticulturist Howard Hulford took a fancy to a small promontory at the foot of the rainforest on the coast of southern Antigua. He applied to the island's planning authorities for permission to build a home. To his surprise they said no. Hulford was undeterred. "Fine, then, I'll build a hotel," he said, and did.