Revue de Presse du 14 avril 2016

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REVUE DE PRESSE DU JEUDI 14 AVRIL 2016

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Cline dismayed after getting in ‘trouble’ for NDP

BVI news

A former candidate of the National Democratic Party (NDP) who lost his election bid and was subsequently appointed Managing Director at the BVI Ports Authority has suggested that he is not satisfied with how he is being treated by the NDP government, partly because of the contribution he made to the party’s general election victory back in 2011.

ANTIGUA

Prime Minister promises 500 jobs in two weeks

Antigua observer

The Gaston Browne administration is aiming to make 500 new jobs available in the public sector by the end of April.

ST KITTS

Hamilton out in controversial ballot at PAM convention

Antigua observer

The results of elections for the Deputy Leadership of the People Action Movement have not been officially declaring following a controversial balloting process over the weekend. The initial results saw long-time Co-Deputy Leader and Minister of Government Eugene Hamilton ousted in favour of newcomer Vernon Connor, who stood as a candidate for the party in the General Elections last year.

Minister Brantley Hopeful That Visa Free Access To Canada Will Be Restored

SKNIS

St. Kitts and Nevis’ Minister of Foreign Affairs, Honourable Mark Brantley, said he is hopeful that visa free travel to Canada for citizens of the twin-island federation will be restored.

ECONOMIE

DOMINICA

$18-million project for Roseau

Dominica news online

The Government of Dominica has signed a contract with NSG Management and Technical Services Limited of Barbados worth EC$18,182,437.35 for a major project in Roseau.

SOCIETE

BARBADOS

Barbados seeking to break into Cuban market

Caribbean news now

With the formal re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, Barbados and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are now seeking to further partner with that country in an effort to take advantage of emerging opportunities.

SANTE

DOMINICA

Four more Zika cases confirmed in Dominica

Dominica news online

After the island reported its first case of the virus last month, four more cases of the dreaded Zika Virus have been confirmed on the Island.

ST LUCIA

Two New Zika Cases Confirmed in St. Lucia

St Lucia Times

On Wednesday April 13, 2016 the Office of the Chief Medical Officer was informed by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) of the confirmation of two additional cases of Zika Virus Disease in Saint Lucia.

FRANCE

RIEN

Dernière modification : 14/04/2016

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