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Bahamas PM says No to Gay Marriage

Bahamas PM says No to Gay Marriage

| April 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

JAMAICA GLEANER – Prime Minister Perry Christie says the proposed referendum to amend the constitution will not allow for same sex marriages to become legal in the Bahamas. Christie launched the YES Bahamas Campaign “Equal Rights for our Sons and Daughters” on Sunday, telling his audience that the Bahamas will only recognise marriage as being […]

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EXPERIENCE OVER YOUTH: Jamaicans Have Spoken!

EXPERIENCE OVER YOUTH: Jamaicans Have Spoken!

| January 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

This election was campaigned heavily around the issue of youth.  Many persons thought that too many of our politicians were past or close to the retirement age.  We saw the Jamaica Labour Party responding with a fresh new and young leader in order to gain favour with the youth population. Mr. Golding was not too […]

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No Public Library by Year-End

No Public Library by Year-End

| December 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer is not going to be able to keep his commitment to Antigua & Barbuda to have the National Public Library completed in 2011. Executive Secretary of the Board of Education (BOE) D Gisele Isaac confirmed yesterday that a 2011 completion date is out of the question. “Oh absolutely not.  it can’t […]

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Dominica Launches Geothermal Exploration

Dominica Launches Geothermal Exploration

| December 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

An Icelandic company has received the green light to proceed with geothermal exploration here, eight months after it signed an agreement with the government. The company will assist in drilling three test wells in the Roseau Valley under an EC million (US.29 million) contract with the Roosevelt Skerrit administration. The prime minister said the government […]

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Inside Dominica – V: Diplomatic Status On Rental!

Inside Dominica – V: Diplomatic Status On Rental!

| November 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

Italian as well as international governments are in awe of huge shock seeing the rogue regime in Dominica under the leadership of Roosevelt Skerrit is renting out country’s diplomatic status to various individuals, including people with dubious backgrounds. Investigators in Italy are already getting extremely sensational information from Francesco Corallo, who was appointed as ambassador […]

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St Lucia & Guyana In Same Day Election

St Lucia & Guyana In Same Day Election

| November 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

WHILE new Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness continues to keep alive speculations of a snap parliamentary poll, possibly before Christmas, the Prime Minister of St Lucia Stephenson King announced last Sunday a general election for November 28. This surprise date means that for the first time in the history of the Caribbean Community (Caricom), two […]

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Skerrit Sets Up Parallel Passport Program Aimed At Middle East Nationals

Skerrit Sets Up Parallel Passport Program Aimed At Middle East Nationals

| November 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

With pressure mounting on Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit to bring an end to the failed Economic Citizenship Program, yet another twist to the ongoing saga has been brought to light.  On July 29, 2008 Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit met withi Dr Badi Badiozamani to engage in negotiations for the sale of Dominican passports to Iran and […]

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St. Lucia PM Announces Nov. 28 2011 Elections

St. Lucia PM Announces Nov. 28 2011 Elections

| November 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

St. Lucia’s leader has set Nov. 28 for general elections in the eastern Caribbean island. The announcement by Prime Minister Stephenson King has led the island’s governor general to suspend the 17-member Parliament on Monday to make way for the vote. Five political parties plan to compete, but only the main opposition St. Lucia Labor […]

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Antigua & Barbuda Falls On HDI

Antigua & Barbuda Falls On HDI

| November 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

Antigua & Barbuda has suffered a significant drop of 13 places in the United Nations 2011 indices which measure human development. The report issued on Tuesday ranked the twin island state 60 on the Human Development Index (HDI) a significant decrease compared to the 47th position it held in 2009. It is noteworthy however, that […]

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PM Hinds’ Wife Returns To Guyana With US-Born Grandson; Battle With Mother Likely Continues

PM Hinds’ Wife Returns To Guyana With US-Born Grandson; Battle With Mother Likely Continues

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

Mrs. Yvonne Hinds-the wife of Guyana’s Prime Minister-Samuel Hinds- and her son Nikolai were at the centre of a custody battle with her her Pennsylvania-based daughter-in-law over her four-year old American-born grandson. In court papers filed by her lawyer, Nikolai’s wife, Elizabeth Hinds, said has sought political asylum because her legal stay on account of her husband’s […]

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