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By Orita Bailey The St. Kitts National Players scored another hit last week when the performed Trevor Rhone’s “Old Story Time” to packed audiences over three nights at the Sir Cecil Jacobs auditorium at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. The story, while set in Jamaica can be anywhere in the […]

Old Story Time a Smash


THE SECRETARY-GENERAL MESSAGE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF COMMEMORATION IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST 27 January 2012 One and a half million Jewish children perished in the Holocaust – victims of persecution by the Nazis and their supporters. Tens of thousands of other children were also murdered. […]

INTERNATIONAL DAY IN MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST


THE SECRETARY-GENERAL 12 August 2011 “Change Our World” is more than the theme of this year’s International Youth Day; it is an injunction that should inspire young people at all times. Far too many of the world’s more than one billion young people lack the education, freedom and opportunities they […]

MESSAGE FOR INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY



By Sir Hilary Beckles The University of the West Indies is in the process of conceiving how best to deliver a major conference on the theme Rethinking And Rebuilding Haiti. I am very keen to provide an input into this exercise because for too long there has been a popular […]

The Hate and The Quake


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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