Revue de Presse du 17 février 2015

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REVUE DE PRESSE MARDI 17 FEVRIER 2015

POLITICS

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Walwyn bad for sports – Devon Osborne

BVI News

Myron Walwyn has been performing relatively well as Minister of Education, but he has failed to match up to his predecessor Andrew Fahie in relation to the Sports aspect of his portfolio, according to Devon Osborne who is seeking…

ST KITTS & NEVIS

Opposition claims victory in St Kitts-Nevis general election

Caribbean News Now

According to a statement issued on Tuesday morning by Dr Timothy Harris, leader of the opposition alliance in St Kitts and Nevis, his Team Unity has won the general election in the twin-island federation.

ST.LUCIA

Vieux Fort deserves more than just independence fanfare – UWP

St.Lucia News Online

The programme of activities to commemorate the 36th Anniversary of Independence reveals that many of the major events are scheduled for the southern town of Vieux Fort.

ECONOMIE

BARBADOS

CLICO policyholders and investors can count on Barbados government, says minister

Caribbean News Now

CLICO policyholders and investors have been given an assurance by Barbados minister of finance, Christopher Sinckler, that the government is continuing to do what it has been advised “are the appropriate things” to protect them.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Critics warned – Walwyn announces job initiative

BVI News

While alerting critics that he is working now and will talk to them later, minister responsible for youth affairs Myron Walwyn announced that a new apprenticeship programme of being crafted to facilitate the placement of youths in private companies…

ST.LUCIA

Report : Global Residence and Citizenship Programme

St.Lucia News Online

The Cabinet of Ministers recently considered a report on the feasibility of establishing a Global Residence and Citizenship Program.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

Antiguan who worked in Liberia is expected to arrive here shortly

Antigua Observer

While Antigua & Barbuda maintains its ban on travellers from Ebola-stricken West Africa, there may be a loophole to that restriction.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Don’t blame the minimum wage for robbery !

BVI News

A Huntum’s Ghut resident who suggested that the government should not go without blame for the gun attack that took place yesterday near FirstCaribbean Bank has been cautioned that such reasoning may encourage criminality in the community.

ST.VINCENT

Villagers capture and beat man who robbed minivan at gunpoint

I-Witness News

A man was left “badly wounded” on Wednesday after a beating inflicted by residents of Vermont when the man robbed at gunpoint a minibus servicing the area.

RELATIONS REGIONALES ET INTERNATIONALES

GRENADA

Grenada to explore geothermal potential in partnership with New Zealand

Caribbean News Now

In September 2014, the governments of Grenada and New Zealand, signed a geothermal support partnership framework aimed at facilitating the exploration and eventual use of geothermal energy, leading to a reduction in Grenada’s carbon footprint and ultimately lower electricity prices.

CHRONICS

CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

Arley Gill weighs in on ’Project Grenada’

By Arthur Kallick

It did not come as a surprise when former Senator Arley Gill wrote an article, which was published in Caribbean News Now, about “Project Grenada”.

Letter : The ULP Collective in St Vincent and the Grenadines

By Lenford O’Garro Washington

In St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), the Unity Labour Party (ULP) Collective sits in its ivory tower and rains down bombs on the silent majority. They then insist it’s all cotton candy, all the while inflecting pain on the nation with a crocodile smile !

VIDEO LINKS

ST.LUCIA

HTS NEWS

Isaac assumes General Secretary post !

Electoral Commission weighs options

Pierre hammers media at zonal conference

Dr. Anthony questions Chastanet’s credibility

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