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2019 BVI general election

Country and people interest matters we might give as a reason that we almost lost sight or rather did not post re General elections which were held in the British Virgin Islands Monday, on  February 25, 2019.[1] For the first time, four parties with at least one incumbent member were contesting an election. Premier Andrew […]

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Justice Albert Redhead dies

Some sections of the legal fraternity here and across the Eastern Caribbean are said to in mourning at the news of the death of retired Justice Albert Redhead who died on March 4 after a brief period of illness in Antigua. Justice on the bench in Montserrat He has been referred to as a “powerhouse’ […]

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Market Day in Salem

Opening up a period of healthy remembrance and celebrations By B. Roach A ZJB report gives account of Agricultural Minister David Osborne praising farmers who he said have been braving adverse conditions to ensure that the island is self-sufficient in certain agricultural produce. The day was staged today beginning at the crack of dawn and […]

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St. Patrick’s Day festival preparations

As the preps heat up, plans are made to ensure people arrive ‘on time’ Last year the St. Patrick’s Day festival was in celebration to mark the 250th anniversary of the failed slave rebellion on March 17, 1768, when authorities forecasted that “over 7,000 people will flock the island for the commemoration.” The actual arrival […]

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Same Sex Marriage in Montserrat!

British Foreign Affairs Committee calls for BOTs to get in line on gay marriage Original By Peter Richards Adapted by Bennette Roach LONDON, Feb 22, CMC – The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee wants all British Overseas Territories (OT), including those in the Caribbean, to legitimise same sex marriages. In addition, the Committee believes […]

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OECS chairman on Antigua and Barbuda and Carnival Cruise Lines impasse

18 March 2019

by staff writer BASSE-TERRE, Guadeloupe, Mar 17, CMC – The chairman of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says he has held Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne regarding the issue involving the Florida-based Carnival Cruise Lines. Gonsalves, who chaired the special two-day OECS summit here last week, […]

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A Moment With The Registrar of Lands – Part 1: 2019

15 March 2019

A moment with the Registrar of Lands ENCUMBRANCES ON LAND Restrictive covenants, charges, restrictions… these are all examples of encumbrances that may be registered on one’s land. An encumbrance is defined as “a right to, or interest in, or legal liability on property that may diminish its [use or] value.”   To be effective and have […]

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Montserrat Youth Accepted to OECS Fashion Design Programme

15 March 2019

“Local Business woman with regional impact” Edella Allen Miss. Edella Allen has been accepted to the first cohort of the OECS Fashion Design Programme which shall be delivered online from February 11th to September 18th 2019. Miss. Allen, a member of the Young Entrepreneur Association of Montserrat, is the owner of Classics Boutique, which already […]

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National Security Minister condemns murders of school students

National Security Minister condemns murders of school students

11 March 2019

by staff writer KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mar 9, CMC – National Security Minister Dr. Horace Chang has condemned the murders of two students of the Donald Quarrie High School, who were killed by gunmen as they slept at their home in Portmore, St. Catherine on  the south east of the island on Thursday night. Police said […]

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Brandt’s trial wavers

08 March 2019

Brandt addressing court at Justice Redhead’s retirement Attorney-at-Law David S. Brandt, a former chief minister of Montserrat was arrested and charged on Monday, September 21, 2015, on sexually related charges allegedly involving minors dating back to 2010, has had several legal interventions through the appellate courts. Now on new and or adjusted charges, the news […]

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08 March 2019

Unclaimed Dividends – OVER 15 YEARSAs At September 30, 2018

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Are there dozens of “genders” and “sexual orientations” to be protected by law?

Are there dozens of “genders” and “sexual orientations” to be protected by law?

08 March 2019

Contribution   (A special – part 3) Is it bigotry comparable to racism to challenge today’s radical sexual agendas (and their champions in the FAC)? BRADES, Montserrat, March 4, 2019 – This is no longer a day of live and let live about sexual identity, orientation and gender identity. That is the message sent by […]

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Alvin Martin’s nolle prosequi

08 March 2019

by a Contributor Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Oris Sullivan issued a nolle prosequi in a case, ending what court observers described was more of persecution than prosecution, of an assault charge against Mr. Alvin Martin, an industrial art – technical teacher at the Montserrat Secondary School, after a two-year wait. DPP  claimed he had […]

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It will be some time before it reaches the stage to seek 'political' independence, but...

It will be some time before it reaches the stage to seek ‘political’ independence, but…

08 March 2019

March 8, 2019 We should make it clear, we are not calling for independence of Britain, and all that goes with that, on the issues and controversies emanating from the seemingly asseverate position the UK wants to hold over the OTs, in particular those who do not wish to adhere to such especially positions concerning […]

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Premier Romeo’s Statement at the memorial service for The Right Hon Professor Dr. George Irish (Harlem, New York, March 1, 2019)

Premier Romeo’s Statement at the memorial service for The Right Hon Professor Dr. George Irish (Harlem, New York, March 1, 2019)

01 March 2019

Premier Donaldson Romeo First and foremost, on behalf of the Government and the People of Montserrat wherever they may be, I would like to express profound condolences with wishes of peace and consolation to the wife, children, close relatives, and friends of The Right Hon Professor Dr. George Irish – son and hero of our […]

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01 March 2019

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FAC Report pushes for homosexualisation of marriage How can Montserrat respond reasonably and responsibly

FAC Report pushes for homosexualisation of marriage How can Montserrat respond reasonably and responsibly

01 March 2019

Contribution (A special) BRADES, Montserrat, February 25, 2019 – In the February 8th issue of The Reporter, it was noticed that when Lord Ahmad appeared before the UK Foreign Affairs Committee, on December 18th last year: “. . . right after the imposition of a public beneficial ownership register was put on the table, the […]

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What is Marriage?

01 March 2019

Contribution,  (A special, part 2) Is marriage merely a contract under law that we can change as we wish? BRADES, Montserrat, March 1, 2019 –  In their February 21st report on Montserrat and other Overseas Territories, the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC) it proposed that the UK Government  “should set a date […]

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It is not just money, power and sex

FAC raises controversial Constitutional Isssues

01 March 2019

March 1, 2019 In their February 21, 2019 report, the UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee (FAC) has called for legalising same-sex marriage in Montserrat and four other Caribbean Overseas Territories. It has also called for changing restrictions on voting and eligibility to run for a seat in our legislative assembly, creating “a pathway […]

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Badoor pianist Evgeny Kuznetsov thrills children to showcase their experience

01 March 2019

by B. Roach Evgeny Kuznetsov at the Cultural Center piano A Russian-born pianist whose name is Evgeny Kuznetsov, on January 25, 2019, enthralled children from the primary schools in a piano play exhibition, almost like a recital. The children were all students of Brian Hosefros who is the most recent music fellow on island through […]

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UN Security Council rejects US, Russia resolutions on Venezuela

28 February 2019

The U.N. Security Council has rejected rival resolutions on Venezuela sponsored by the United States, which supports opposition leader Juan Guaido, and Russia, which backs President Nicolas Maduro. The U.S. resolution received the minimum nine “yes” votes in the 15-member council on Thursday, but was vetoed by Russia and China. The vote on the Russian […]

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Guyana celebrates 49th anniversary as a Republic

Guyana celebrates 49th anniversary as a Republic

23 February 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb 23, CMC – Guyana is celebrating its 49th anniversary as a Republic on Saturday with President David Granger urging “national unity.” “Let us work together to ensure that our country remains secure, our economy is stable and that everyone is safe and could enjoy a good life,” Granger said […]

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St. Lucia celebrates 40 years of political independence

St. Lucia celebrates 40 years of political independence

22 February 2019

by STAFF WRITER CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Feb. 22, CMC – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Friday urged St. Lucians to reflect on the country’s journey as the nation observed the 40th anniversary of political independence from Britain. In his message to mark the occasion  Chastenet said St.Lucians should “keep in mind the things that bind […]

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It is not just money, power and sex

It is not just money, power and sex

22 February 2019

February 22, 2019 When in our Editorials we continually noted that we needed to be careful to understand the notes regarding the FAC Inquiry, we saw that there would be for serious times ahead, other concerns notwithstanding. There has always been talking about independence (for Montserrat), and it has always been the belief of this […]

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Russian cargo planes cause stir at Trinidad airport

Russian cargo planes cause stir at Trinidad airport

22 February 2019

  By Staff Editor A picture of the Russian cargo plane IIyuhsin arriving at the Piarco International Airport on Thursday. A US Air Force plane also arrived on the same day but has since left. (Trinidad Guardian) Two Russ­ian car­go aero­planes, one of which ar­rived at the Pi­ar­co In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port on Thurs­day and the oth­er […]

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Guyana denies shipping “bad’ rice to Jamaica

17 February 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb 12, CMC – Guyana says it has not shipped any rice to Jamaica under the “Cinderella” brand for the year after media reports in Kingston said that 70 metric tonnes of White Cinderella rice, had been confiscated by Jamaican authorities. The reports said that the rice, valued at valued […]

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We support and welcome contributions, questions, comments

15 February 2019

February 15, 2019 The word Brexit (‘Britain’s exit’ from the European Union) has been like a buzz word around although there has been far too much idle and wasted chatter, mostly uninformed and too little worthwhile discussions. One legislator, who now obviously has the time, as much as side-lining himself, and should be playing the […]

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Survivors of boating tragedy appear in court

Survivors of boating tragedy appear in court

15 February 2019

by staff writer NASSAU, Bahamas, Feb 13, CMC – Two days after 22 Haitians were buried after they drowned while attempting to enter the Bahamas by sea earlier this month, the 18 who survived the ordeal have been charged with illegally entering the country. The 17 men and one woman appeared before Magistrate Kara Turnquest-Deveaux […]

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“In Our Blood”

15 February 2019

What it means to play international football for Montserrat By Craig Brewin The world is starting to sit up and take notice of the Montserrat Football Team, with regular features starting to appear in World Soccer Magazine, social media, and the national press in the UK.  Its achievements are drawing comparison’s with Jack Charlton’s Irish […]

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CARICOM concerned at violence in Haiti

CARICOM concerned at violence in Haiti

15 February 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Feb 13, CMC – The 15-member Caribbean Community (CARICOM) grouping has expressed concern at the violence in Haiti where opposition parties have been staging street demonstrations demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moise. CARICOM chairman and St. Kitts-Nevis Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris, said the regional integration grouping “is deeply […]

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Dr. J.A. George P. Irish a fallen icon

15 February 2019

Dr. James J.A. George P. Irish With an event such as the passing of such as Montserratian Dr. George Irish in the USA, the information moves very quick far and wide, especially in today’s information ‘age’, socially and otherwise. So it was, that after this information was shared on December 23, 2018, requesting, “Urgent intercessory […]

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Bright openings for 2019

08 February 2019

Reporting from the middle of January, in his New Year Message, the Hon. Premier Donaldson Romeo announced a list of ‘Breakthroughs’, many of which were to be happening even as he spoke. Minister Lewis with consultants and related MCWL staff after a press briefing  But a question loomed. Is this really happening?  TMR has set […]

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Governing Montserrat 2019 – 2024

08 February 2019

Contribution – Part 1/2019 Is “folly-tricks” and “melee as usual”  good enough for Montserrat, going forward? by    BRADES, Montserrat, January 15, 2019 –  Everything is now under the shadow of the upcoming elections; due by September (or a little later).   So, let us look at how we may best govern Montserrat over the next […]

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08 February 2019

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Smartphones in school: Ban, restrict or allow?

03 February 2019

BBC News Love them or hate them, smartphones have become an integral part of our daily lives. But should they be left outside the classroom? Nick Gibb, the minister for school standards in England, told the BBC he believes schools should ban their pupils from bringing in smartphones. Opinions are certainly divided, with many people […]

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Police investigating kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

Police investigating kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

01 February 2019

by staff writer PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 30, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) Wednesday confirmed that it is investigating the kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelan nationals but said it would not comment on whether or not a US$200,000 ransom had been demanded. Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith, speaking on […]

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Guyana court rules motion of no confidence against government, valid

01 February 2019

Acting Chief Justice, Roxanne George-Wiltshire CNS – Feb 1, 2019 –Acting Chief Justice, Roxanne George-Wiltshire, Thursday ruled that the motion of no confidence passed in the National Assembly on December 21 last year that brought down the David Granger led coalition government is valid, paving the way for fresh regional and general elections to be […]

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Police investigating the kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

Police investigating the kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelans

01 February 2019

by staff writer PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Jan 30, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) Wednesday confirmed that it is investigating the kidnapping of six fishermen allegedly by Venezuelan nationals but said it would not comment on whether or not a US$200,000 ransom had been demanded. Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith, speaking on […]

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Barbados joins other CARICOM countries in banning single-use plastic products

Barbados joins other CARICOM countries in banning single-use plastic products

26 January 2019

by staff writer BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 23, CMC – Barbados has become the latest Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country to announce a ban on the importation, retail, sale and use of petro-based single use plastic products. It said that products such as  single-use plastic cups; cutlery, including plastic knives, forks and spoons; stirrers; straws; plates; egg […]

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President Trump signs measure to reopen the government

President Trump signs measure to reopen the government

26 January 2019

The longest ever shutdown of the U.S. government is over. President Trump tonight signed the continuing resolution that provides funding until Feb. 15.  The bill was signed in private tonight, without reporters present.20 hr 13 min ago Where the shutdown stands now Both the Senate and the House approved a measure to temporarily reopen the […]

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Zero $$ for the wall – Inside Trump’s shutdown turnaround

26 January 2019

President Trump departs the Rose Garden of the White House after announcing the end of the government shutdown on Friday. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) By Philip Rucker , Josh Dawsey and Seung Min Kim January 25. 2019 His poll numbers were plummeting. His FBI director was decrying the dysfunction. The nation’s air travel was in […]

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PM Browne presents budget, warns tax dodgers, while Oppostion leader calls it a falure

PM Browne presents budget, warns tax dodgers, while Oppostion leader calls it a falure

18 January 2019

by staff writer ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Jan 18, CMC – Prime Minister Gaston Browne has presented an EC$1.2 billion (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) budget to Parliament outlining new taxes and warning tax dodgers that his administration that it would not be business as  usual. Browne told legislators that recurrent expenditure is estimated at just over […]

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Police offer reward to capture escaped prisoner

Police offer reward to capture escaped prisoner

18 January 2019

bySTAFF WRITER ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Jan. 17, CMC – The police have offered a reward of EC$5,000 (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) to anyone who can provide information that will lead to the recapturing a man who escaped last week. The police report that Hayden Phillip was discovered missing from the prison last Thursday and since […]

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Hilarious reactions over the arrest of crack granny

Hilarious reactions over the arrest of crack granny

18 January 2019

by staff writer by Marvin Hockstam PARAMARIBO, Suriname, Jan 16, CMC – The arrest of a 75-year-old grandmother on drug related charges is resulting in people hilariously trolling police and calling for her release. The woman had been arrested on Tuesday after police raided her home and found that she was running a small “cocaine […]

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Notice of Intent – Sagicor

18 January 2019

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Commentary: Exit Brexit … stage right?

18 January 2019

By Anthony L Hall January 18, 2019 Anthony Hall I am on record dismissing Brexit as just a sham sold by shysters, full of lies and presumptions signifying no deal. I refer you to such commentaries as “EU: Britain Trying to Have Cake and Eat It Too,” January 29, 2013, “Brexit: Forget Leaving, Britain a Greater […]

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Chief Justice could rule by month end regarding challenges to the validity of motion of no confidence

Chief Justice could rule by month end regarding challenges to the validity of motion of no confidence

17 January 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 15, CMC – Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire Tuesday said she intends to give a ruling by the end of this month regarding the three matters challenging the validity of last month’s motion of no confidence that led to the downfall of the David Granger coalition government. She told lawyers […]

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CARICOM Secretary General says youth crime and violence demands a regional solution

CARICOM Secretary General says youth crime and violence demands a regional solution

17 January 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 15, CMC – A two-day conference aimed at examining and redefining violence prevention solutions as it relates to youth violence and prevention in the Caribbean began here on Tuesday with the Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Irwin LaRocque, saying it is a regional problem that demands a […]

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Surinamese rice exporter gunned down in Guyana

17 January 2019

By Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO, Suriname, Jan 15, CMC –A Surinamese national, who was being sought by police for questioning in connection with the seizure of a large quantity of cocaine, has been found dead in neighbouring Guyana. Guyana police at the scene of the murder (Guyana Chronicle newspaper Photo) Relatives have positively identified the body […]

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Man jailed for killing son over 300 dollars

09 January 2019

by staff writer GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 9, CMC – A High Court judge has sentenced a 49-year-old man to 12 years in jail after he was found guilty of killing his son who had given his mother GUY$300 (One Guyana dollar=US$0.004 cents) to end a heated row in the home. Justice Navindra Singh, sitting in […]

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Vacancy Exists – Senior Reporter

14 June 2017

Vacancy Exists for an outstanding Senior Reporter who also will fill the role of Deputy Editor at the Montserrat Reporter – Montserrat, West Indies. Must have: Good integrity, Plenty of drive And the commitment to excellence in newspaper production print and online. Be sharp, enthusiastic and self-motivated. A driver’s licence (will be useful) Contact: Bennette […]

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