Statement by David Comissiong President - Clement Payne Movement
It has now become absolutely clear that United States-based anti-Venezuela forces are currently using their agents in the Caribbean to try to subvert the growing friendship between the socialist Government of Venezuela and the nation-states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) by deliberately misconstruing the Venezuelan government's policy and intentions in relation to that country's one hundred year old border dispute with our sister Caribbean territory of Guyana!
By Melanius Alphonse
Having read a recent article and press release concerning the launch of the GoBrave media watch group, I am motivated to contribute some comments regarding the media in Saint Lucia and the region generally.
(Pic) BCSI Executive Director Ms. Lisa Cummins
“I therefore propose that effective immediately all those individual professional operators provided for under the registration regime of the Profession, Trade, and Business Registration Act, shall be required to produce a valid tax clearance certificate from the BRA in order to renew their respective licenses to practise in this jurisdiction.” Budgetary Statement and Proposals 2015
(From left to right) Developer, Paul Altman; Micah Williams of People's Cathedral; Acting Education Minister, Senator Harry Husbands; Jasmine Simmons of St. Angela's; and Limegrove Managing Director, Joseph Hassid pose at yesterday's Mont Blanc presentation at the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre. (GP/BGIS)
Barbados Acting Minister of Education, Science Technology and Innovation; Senator Harry Husbands says academic achievements must be celebrated with pride.
Prime Minister of Barbados Freundel Stuart will assume chairmanship of the 15-Member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on July 1, replacing outgoing Chairman, the Rt.Hon. Perry Christie of the Bahamas.
The Barbados Tridents made it three wins in three as they brushed aside the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel by eight wickets in the Hero Caribbean Premier League.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF) has awarded a record number of scholarships to 36 Caribbean-based students for a total of US$141,800 in funding to enable Caribbean nationals to pursue a higher education in hospitality and tourism fields.