Category: Montserrat News

Just Caribbean Breakfast in Lakes a big hit with Asian Visitors

Just Caribbean Breakfast in Lakes a big hit with Asian Visitors

| June 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Archway Guesthouse, the only Caribbean B&B in the Lake District UK continues to be a big hit in that part of the world and has now won a number of Trip Advisor Awards and has now added a Gold Award for 2017 by Hotels.com for exceptional standards and service. The couple Denis & Anita St. […]

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Trinidadian chef endorses Caribbean Food Conference

Trinidadian chef endorses Caribbean Food Conference

| June 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Trinidadian Sabrina Zeif a talented and vibrant cook whose colourful international background strongly influences her original style of cooking, endorses the Caribbean Food and Drink Conference on 18th August 2017 at Lambeth College south London. Born in Trinidad, Sabrina’s Caribbean roots sparked her love for flavourful international food. Trinidadian heritage is mixed, embracinga fiery fusion […]

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Women as Political Leaders – not a gender issue

Women as Political Leaders – not a gender issue

| April 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Modern history is showered with women as political leaders and Heads of government.  When women first emerged in these roles, it was regarded as ‘breaking a glass ceiling’ – a breakthrough for the female gender in occupying high positions once regarded as the preserve of men.  There was truth in that sentiment at the beginning […]

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The weakness of assaults on second citizenship

The weakness of assaults on second citizenship

| April 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIPs) are operated, in one form or another, by many countries, including the US, Canada, and several European Union (EU) nations.   Yet, commentators in various media single out Caribbean countries and Malta for adverse comment. The adverse comments start with the inferred condemnation that CIPs are inherently bad.  But this blanket […]

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OAS dysfunctionality requires Charter review

OAS dysfunctionality requires Charter review

| April 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

On March 28, the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) experienced a public spectacle of disarray that, in 36 years of diplomatic life in many international and multinational organizations, I have never witnessed.  A similar observation was made by many other seasoned Ambassadors. The spectacle, which was a complete breakdown of all […]

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BFUWI invite you to special fundraising concert

BFUWI invite you to special fundraising concert

| April 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

The British Foundation for the University of the West Indies is pleased to announce a fundraising concert on 11 April 2017. In celebration of its strong ties with Commonwealth countries through a shared common law tradition, Inner Temple joins BFUWI in celebrating over 50 years of Caribbean nationhood. This year Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago […]

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One Love. The Bob Marley Musical Review Part II

One Love. The Bob Marley Musical Review Part II

| March 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Bob Marley comes Alive Part II One Love The Bob Marley Musical tells part of his life story, part of his success, with hints of why he is still remembered today. The show starts with his early career and ends with the 1978 One Love Peace Concert in his native Jamaica. In true Hollywood style, […]

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One Love. The Bob Marley Musical Review

One Love. The Bob Marley Musical Review

| March 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Bob Marley comes Alive A few weeks ago almost everyone I had spoken to in Birmingham, seemed  to know that the Bob Marley Musical was about to be staged in the second city. A former headmaster offered, “they have already extended the run”.  Come what may expectations were high. I arrived from London on the […]

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Political leadership in the Caribbean

Political leadership in the Caribbean

| February 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

The remarks in this Commentary were spoken in a television interview in Grenada on the day that Fidel Ruz Castro, the former President of Cuba, died.   The discussion centred on whether contemporary Caribbean leaders lacked the courage that previous leaders, such as Castro, displayed. Fidel Castro is a controversial man of history.  But he was […]

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President Trump’s Policies and the Caribbean

President Trump’s Policies and the Caribbean

| January 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, is systematically implementing the pledges he made during the Presidential election campaign.   Those who argued that limitations on Presidential power and the restraining hands of Cabinet and Congress, would cause many, if not all, of the President’s promises to fall by the wayside, are now […]

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