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By Sir Ronald Sanders The Government of Canada has placed itself in the front of the drive to reform the 54-nation Commonwealth. The 62-year old organisation should be all the better for Canada’s initiative. At the end of last year, Canada’s Foreign Minister, John Baird, announced the appointment of Hugh […]

Canada Taking the Commonwealth Lead


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The world’s oceans—which account for about 70 per cent of the Earth’s surface—are facing diverse challenges ranging from depleted fishery resources to the impacts of climate change, the deterioration of the marine environment, to issues of maritime safety and security, labour conditions for seafarers and the increasingly important issue of […]

WORLD OCEANS DAY 2011




Basseterre, St. Kitts, (SKNIS): Youth in St. Kitts weighed in quite emphatically on a number of issues at a National Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD) consultation held at the conference room of the Ocean Terrace Inn, on Tuesday, November 17. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Youth, Honourable […]

LOCAL YOUTH CALL FOR URGENT ACTION IN REGIONAL REPORT


We are in the height of summer and it is not only the environmental temperature that is rising here in St. Kitts. Election fever has stepped up a pace and raised tempers as well as temperatures. The current slew of court cases brought by the opposition against the government seeks […]

EDITORIAL


A commentary which highlights among other issues, the current pre-occupation with Caribbean emigration and the how  national concerns impact CARICOM'S free movement of people agenda in the region. Over The course of the Cricket World Cup (CWC) in 2007 my brother received a gift from a guest that stayed at […]

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