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Former Turks and Caicos premier claims innocence, blames Britain

Former Turks and Caicos premier claims innocence, blames Britain

PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands -- In a one-hour interview that aired on local television on Friday, former Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) premier Michael Misick blamed the British government at length, while at the same time proclaiming his innocence of the various corruption...

Earth tremor shakes Eastern Caribbean

Features

Earth tremor shakes Eastern Caribbean BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) -- An earth tremor was felt on St Kitts and other islands of the Eastern Caribbean at around 3:30pm on Saturday afternoon. According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the tremor was located 23 miles east (37 km) of Saint-Barthélemy, and 49 miles (79km) NNE of Basseterre.

Dominica opposition defends integrity of overseas tour

Dominica

Dominica opposition defends integrity of overseas tour ROSEAU, Dominica -- The opposition United Workers Party (UWP) in Dominica has fervently defended its cause when the integrity of its UWP Team Dominica overseas tour was questioned recently, with a suggestion that the money being spent on such engagements could be better used to...

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Former Caribbean politician calls for church to be more active

Features

Former Caribbean politician calls for church to be more active BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) -- The church’s role in society goes beyond the spiritual, but also addressing social ills from the pulpit and in communities, according to Joan Purcell, former president of the senate in Grenada and author of the book A Vision For Change. Purcell, a guest on a recent...

St Kitts-Nevis focuses on renewable energy

St Kitts & Nevis

St Kitts-Nevis focuses on renewable energy BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CUOPM) -- St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas says the continuing high cost of imported oil for electricity generation is not sustainable and his administration is continuing to pursue alternative energy sources. Douglas, responding to a question during his weekly...

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Regional technology experts to share insights at Caribbean internet governance forum

Technology

ST AUGUSTINE, Trinidad -- Regional technology experts will share their insights on global internet governance issues, from a Caribbean perspective, at an upcoming forum hosted by the University of the West Indies (UWI). Internet governance deals with the development of shared principles...

Book Review: Kalingo Blood: A historical novel by Alick Lazare

Features

Book Review: Kalingo Blood: A historical novel by Alick Lazare Kalinago Blood, a novel based on historical accounts of the genocide of the Kalinago people (circa 1600 – 1700), was recently released by Abbott Press. Much of the action in the novel takes place on the islands of St Kitts and Dominica but all of the islands, from St Kitts in the northern Caribbean to Trinidad...

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Commentary: Tourism Matters: Another implementation deficit?

Opinion

Commentary: Tourism Matters: Another implementation deficit? When government announced last year that it was passing a bill to allow the lowering of value added tax (VAT) to 7.5 percent for qualifying hospitality partners, my initial thought was that it was a wonderful opportunity to at least partially address the frequently quoted high costs of our tourism product.

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Commentary: Grenada's democratic system under renewed threat

Opinion

Commentary: Grenada's democratic system under renewed threat In an unprecedented move, Mr Aaron Francois, the supervisor of elections tendered his resignation to Governor General Dame Cecile La Grenade. This is the first time that a holder of this office has taken this course of action. When questioned by the local press, he indicated that it was done for...

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Commentary: An Easter wish from Bermuda

Opinion

Commentary: An Easter wish from Bermuda My wife Simone and I have been touched by the love and support we have received over the past year, from our friends, and family throughout the Caribbean. As we celebrate our daughter's first Easter, we are filled with excitement at the potential within our Caribbean region. Easter evokes so many positive feelings.

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Letter: St Lucia's UWP goes to the poodle

Letters

In recent weeks, even though there was never a dull moment or topics to write about in the vortex of trepidation in Allen’s UWP, I would not have anticipated the migration of the Standard Poodle, with many shadow portfolios to cover with his signature poodle characteristics.

Island Journal

Letter: The blackest man in St Vincent

Letters

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves said he was the blackest man in St Vincent; he also said, "Being black is not a colour, it’s an attitude." Now we need to decide was that an insult to real black men or how should we view what he said. He has said many nasty things about black and...

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