Hits: 1283 Created on 23 February 2012 Written by British High Commission Category: CARIBBEAN
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BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION LAUNCHES PROJECT TO ENCOURAGE WITNESS PARTICIPATION

The British High Commission has been working with stakeholders in Barbados and the region to raise the importance of witnesses in criminal trials.
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Hits: 1385 Created on 21 February 2012 Written by Judicial Manager of CIL Category: CARIBBEAN
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UPDATE FROM THE JUDICIAL MANAGER OF CIL

Deloitte Consulting Ltd. (represented by Oliver Jordan and Patrick Toppin) the Judicial Manager of CLICO International Life Insurance Limited (“CIL“ or “the Company”) yesterday reported to the High Court of Barbados (“the Court”) on the status of its efforts to identify an investor with the depth of management and financial capacity to acquire the operations of CIL, with the aim of completion by mid-2012 of the possible sale of the assets and policyholder liabilities of the Company.
Read more: CLICO UPDATE
 
Hits: 1057 Created on 19 February 2012 Written by George Category: CARIBBEAN
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CARIBBEAN AMBASSADOR CALLS FOR MUTUAL CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE

The Third World needs to know our culture, so the decision to dedicate the Cuban Book Fair to the Caribbean cultures was successful, said the Ambassador of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Saturday.
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Hits: 1166 Created on 18 January 2012 Written by BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION Category: CARIBBEAN
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HAGUE ENCOURAGES MODERN PARTNERSHIP FOR UK AND CARIBBEAN

Bridgetown -- The British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has hailed a ‘new era’ for UK-Caribbean relations, as he joins partners from across the region at the UK-Caribbean Forum in Grenada.

Now in its seventh iteration, the Forum will unite politicians and business representatives from both regions to look for new ways of working together and to improve ties.
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Hits: 1039 Created on 05 February 2012 Written by George Category: CARIBBEAN
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CARIBBEAN JOURNALISTS TO FEATURE AT IPI WORLD CONGRESS 2012

Port of Spain, -- Several Caribbean journalists will be presenters at the International Press Institute (IPI) World Congress 2012 to be held in Trinidad and Tobago, June 23-26.
This was confirmed by the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) at its executive meeting held in the twin-island republic on the weekend.

Caribbean journalists Wesley Gibbings, Canute James, Andy Johnson and Ken Ali will join a distinguished panel of Congress presenters including Jim Clancy, CNN International Anchor and Correspondent; Catalina Botero, Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Organisation of American States; and Frank La Rue, UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression.
Read more: ASSOCIATION OF CARIBBEAN MEDIA WORKERS
 

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