Revue de Presse du 30 décembre 2014

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REVUE DE PRESSE MARDI 30 DECEMBRE 2014

POLITICS

ST.KITTS & NEVIS

NIA promises to deliver on use of Dialysis machine

WinnFM

Deputy Premier and Nevis minister of Mark Brantley is insisting the Nevis Island Administration is working to introduce the use of a dialysis machine acquired by the previous administration once the preparations have been made.

Nevis Parties sounding out ahead of elections

WinnFM

With general elections approaching, political parties in Nevis are touting their achievements and critiquing their opponents.

No confidence motion a factor in St Kitts-Nevis elections, says pollster

Caribbean News Now

The motion of no confidence filed in St Kitts and Nevis House of Assembly against the Denzil Douglas administration will be a major deciding factor in the next general elections, according to political analyst Peter Wickham.

ECONOMIE

ST.VINCENT

Gov’t yet to pay owners of 150 parcels of land acquired at Argyle

I-Witness News

The owners of some 150 parcels of land and/or houses at Argyle are yet to be paid for their property acquired more than six years ago for the construction of the Argyle International Airport.

SECURITE ET JUSTICE

ANTIGUA

IRD plans to clampdown on delinquent taxpayers

Antigua Observer

Taxpayers who have accumulated arrears for Antigua & Barbuda Sales Tax (ABST) are being warned that once the government’s Fresh Start Initiative finally comes to an end, the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will be clamping down on delinquent clients.

ST.VINCENT

Citizens’ moorings in Tobago Cays were ‘illegal’

I-Witness News

The yacht moorings in Salt Whistle Bay in Mayreau, the removal of which triggered protest in Union Island last month, were illegal and comprised the safety of yachts in the area, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves has told Parliament.

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ST.LUCIA

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Springer takes Isaac to task

Top student cries foul over academic award

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