Revue de Presse du 02 février 2015

AMBASSADE DE FRANCE A SAINTE-LUCIE

REVUE DE PRESSE LUNDI 02 FEVRIER 2015

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Political code of conduct needed ?

BVI News

With the political landscape already lava-hot ahead of formal campaigning for the next general elections…

ST.KITTS & NEVIS

Brantley calls for end to scandal mongering

SKN Vibes

SPEAKING on his weekly talk show programme, ‘On the Mark’, an audible irate Mark Brantley has called for an end to the scandal in which his name and also his wife’s were mentioned on a radio programme in St. Kitts.

Brantley slams Hector on family affairs

SKN Vibes

DEPUTY PREMIER of Nevis Hon. Mark Brantley has accused the Hon. Robelto Hector, the former Minister with responsibility for Lands and Housing in the then Nevis Reformation Party-led Nevis Island Administration, of providing lands at very cheap prices to himselfand family members.

Condor has love affair with his constituents

SKN Vibes

INCUMBENT Parliamentary Representative for Constituency Three, the Hon. Sam Condor has indicated that he has a love affair with his constituents even after 25 years of serving West Basseterre.

Government asks Appeal Court for earlier injunction hearing

SKN Vibes

THE Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has written to the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court asking for an earlier date to be set for the hearing of the Opposition’s substantive injunction case.

Team UNITY To Introduce Comprehensive National Health Insurance Plan For All Citizens Of St. Kitts And Nevis Within First 90 Days Of Taking Office

SKN Vibes

The innovative and bold Team UNITY National Health insurance Plan will be commissioned within the first 90 Days of a Team UNITY Government.

ST.LUCIA

UWP Says More Protests Are Likely – ‘DO IT NOW’

The Voice Newspaper

UNITED Workers Party (UWP) Political Leader Allen Chastanet says more protest marches similar to last Thursday’s are likely if government does not reduce fuel prices “with immediate effect….

Petition launched against Allen Chastanet

St Lucia News Online

A petition calling for the removal of United Workers Party (UWP) leader, Allen Chastanet, is being circulated via email.

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

ST KITTS & NEVIS

RLBIA Continues to Be Shaped Into A World-Class Facility

SKN Vibes

A ceremony was held yesterday, Wednesday, January 28, 2015 to celebrate the opening of the newly renovated and expanded departure lounge of the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (RLBIA).

BARBADOS

Hotels to access tax breaks from Monday

Barbados today

The announcement was made in a statement issued today by the BHTA, which says this will allow hotels to raise the quality of their product to a level…

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

Woman in her 40s killed on All Saints Road

Antigua Observer

A family is, this morning, mourning the death of a woman killed last night at about 8:30 pm while she attempted to cross All Saints Road near Special Care and Hope elderly home.

Drivers say fuel prices not low enough

Antigua Observer

As fuel retailers across Antigua & Barbuda gear up to adapt to lower prices at the pumps, starting today, motorists said government is a few dollars short of what they were hoping for.

Trio remanded on cocaine charges

Antigua Observer

Victor Mandela Spencer, 29 and Nicholas Vaughn Lewis, 33, both of Herbert’s, along with Erika Peters of Ottos, have been remanded to Her Majesty’s Prison after they were jointly charged with possession of 1 kilo 77 grams of cocaine.

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Nevisian gunned down in Bath ; one in custody

SKN Vibes

THE name of the man who was gunned down last evening (Jan. 29) in Nevis was given as Javan Bartlette of Bath Village, according to the police.

SKN Vibes

Police investigating terrorist threats made on radio

In a press release issued Saturday January 31, the police force says it’s investigating terrorist threats made by a caller to a local radio station…

BARBADOS

Apparent murder at Black Rock

Barbados today

Police are on the scene of an apparent murder at Seclusion Road, Black Rock, St Michael.

ST LUCIA

Police seize $113,700 Euros from foreigners suspected of trafficking drugs

St Lucia news online

On Friday January 30, 2015, about 11:00 p.m. a combined team of officers from the Royal St Lucia Police Force…

CHRONIQUES

The Voice News Paper

High Fuel Cost – The Other Story

EVERY DAY, new words are introduced into our vocabulary as technology and new thought emerges. I wish to introduce a new term – ‘Abaxial Thinking’…

Revealing January

RARELY have we seen the ruling St Lucia Labour Party flustered, almost to the point of panic, as we have seen this January. In fact, in much the same way we had urged on the demise of 2014 in these columns a few issues ago…

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS News

Pierre blames distrust for gas row !

Guy Joseph unnerved by high suicide rate

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