Daily Archives: March 12, 2009


Commentary by Deniece Alleyne At first, I decided to let the seventh homicide – in broad daylight – in the Federation pass without comment despite strongly believing that the extensive coverage of crime and the issues surrounding it should form an important part of public discourse. There is a certain […]

We’re Getting There


Published on Thursday, March 12, 2009 By Dr Mirta Roses Periago, Director Pan American Health Organization Achieving the highest attainable level of health for all people is an objective shared by all the countries of the Hemisphere and that therefore should not be affected by gender or cultural differences. The reality, […]

Commentary: Health, Gender, and Culture


 Published on Thursday, March 2, 2009 Antigua and Barbuda   Antigua and Barbuda must aggressively pursue ways to repair its image before the coming storm of anti-tax haven abuse legislation, says top New York attorney, Kenneth Rubinstein. Rubinstein's law firm drafted the Antigua International Trust Act, International Foundations Act and the […]

Antigua-Barbuda Must Repair Offshore Image, Says New York Attorney



Wednesday, March 11 –Port of Spain, Trinidad:    West Indies captain Chris Gayle said after his team’s victory in the 1st Digicel Test in Jamaica more than a month ago that any talk of “turning the corner” would have to be left until the conclusion of the Digicel Test Series […]

CAPTAIN GAYLE WANTS IMPROVEMENT TO CONTINUE