Antigua-Barbuda Billionaire Diplomat ‘Disappears’ In Hong Kong

February 6, 2017 admin 0

Billionaire Antigua-Barbuda Diplomat ‘Disappears’ In Hong Kong ST JOHN’S, Antigua — One of Antigua and Barbuda’s economic envoys and diplomatic passport holder, Xiao Jianhua, a billionaire with ties to the Chinese government, has reportedly been abducted from his Hong Kong residence by Chinese police. Xiao, 45, was allegedly taken from his residence in a Hong Kong hotel and transported into […More]

USA MUSLIM BAN: Letter: Nancy Story Nance

February 6, 2017 admin 0

Dear Sir: MSNBC, and Mr Malcolm Nance, should be called upon by our government to explain or substantiate claims made in the recent Joy Reid/Nance/MSNBC interview. A letter from the attorney general of Trinidad and Tobago should be sent, via our embassy in Washington, to MSNBC, and copied to the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Secretary, the Director […More]

Qatar talks citizenship investment collaboration with St Kitts & Nevis

January 30, 2017 admin 0

JANUARY 10TH, 2017 (PRESS SEC) — His Excellency Dr. Hamad Bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari, a Qatari diplomat and statesman, who is also Qatar’s candidate for the post of Director-General of UNESCO, paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris today, Tuesday, January 10th, 2017, in Basseterre, St. Kitts. In late November 2016 – following Prime Minister Harris’ […More]

Carmona gets death threat

January 27, 2017 admin 0

Security agencies are monitoring the situation following receipt last Sunday of death threats on the life of President Anthony Carmona, National Security Minister Edmund Dillon said yesterday. The anonymous death threat was received at the Police Command Centre before noon last Sunday, at approximately 11 am, it was confirmed by police sources. The caller – reportedly male – claimed to […More]

TOBAGO THA ELECTION WINNERS

January 27, 2017 admin 0

The 12 winners PNM: 10 Kelvin Charles ­— Black Rock/Whim/ Spring Garden Joel Jack — Bacolet/Mt St George Hayden Spencer — Belle Garden/ Goodwood Shomari Hector—Bethel/Mt Irvine Ancil Dennis—Buccoo/Mount Pleasant Clarence Jacob—Canaan/Bon Accord Jomo Pitt—Lambeau/Signal Hill Marisha Osmond— Plymouth/ Golden Lane Sheldon Cunningham—Providence/Mason Hall/Moriah Marslyn Jack—Scarborough/ Calder Hall   Progressive Democratic Patriots: 2 Watson Duke (political leader)— Roxborough/Delaford Farley Augustine—Parlatuvier/ L’anse […More]

Fifty Guyana trainees to benefit from oil and gas courses in Texas

January 19, 2017 admin 0

AUSTIN, USA — At least 50 Guyanese trainees are expected to benefit from a series of oil and gas related courses that will be offered by the University of Texas – Petroleum Extension, in association with the Caribbean Learning Portal, and schooladviser.org. The first course, which is part of a total of four short courses, will begin on February 13, […More]

Energy stakeholders meet in Bahamas

January 19, 2017 admin 0

NASSAU, Bahamas — Key energy stakeholders will gather in Nassau, Bahamas, later this month to take account of the region’s transition to greater sustainable production and use. Representatives of public and private sector entities, senior officials of national, regional and international institutions and industry experts will join energy ministers of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states at the fifth Caribbean Sustainable […More]

Her Excellency advocates for end to child marriage

January 19, 2017 admin 0

Her Excellency Reema Carmona is the latest official to add her voice to calls to end child marriage. Mrs Carmona, who is a member of the First Ladies Meeting Group which works with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to bring about solutions to issues facing teenage girls, says the legal age for marriage should be changed to the international […More]

Uber’s in Trinidad, But the Government Is Questioning Whether It’s Legal

January 19, 2017 admin 0

Online transportation network company Uber is now in Trinidad and Tobago. But the government of the twin-island republic is looking into whether it can legally operate there. The Uber app was activated in Port of Spain and San Fernando yesterday, three months after the company announced it was heading to Trinidad. The app allows consumers to submit a request for […More]

Tobago to get 18 buses

January 19, 2017 admin 0

Regular users of the public bus service in Tobago can expect to see more buses on the roadways as early as next week. Speaking at a People’s National Movement (PNM) rally in Tobago on Sunday night, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said government acted quickly when it learnt that just two buses were in operation on the island, with the […More]

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