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Crown Counsel Kristen Taylor offers firm message to Secondary School students

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Montserrat Secondary School

 The Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) 2014-2015 school year opened with students receiving a stern message from a legal professional who has seen the consequences of poor choices.

Crown Counsel in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution, Kristen Taylor was one of the speakers at the school’s Opening Assembly—held under the theme ‘Articulate, Aspire, Achieve’

In her presentation, Miss Taylor encouraged the students to make the best of the education privileges on island.

She also implored the pupils to take responsibility for their own learning.

The Criminal lawyer also cautioned them against making bad choices—some of which may have legal consequences.

 

Dr. Kato Kimbugwe

New DFID representative Martin Dawson begins duty in Montserrat

At his last press conference hosted by H E Governor Davis, Dr. Kato Kimbugwe had confirmed his departure from office in Montserrat, announcing at the same time his replacement the Department for International Development (DFID) Resident Representative, Martin Dawson.

Mr. Dawson will take up office from Monday September 15 following Dr. Kato Kimbugwe who served in this capacity since 2010.

Dawson who is the outgoing Deputy Head of DFID Malawi says he is looking forward to playing his part in helping Montserrat achieve sustainable economic growth and increased financial independence.

He hails from the United Kingdom and has been acareer Civil Servant since leaving college.

For over 27 years, Dawson spent most of those years overseas in South East Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and Africa. Reports say he focused on International Development working for the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

 

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Dr. Franklin Perkins

Dr. Franklin Perkins offers new diagnostic equipment

There is to be a much greater flexibility on island to diagnose and treat diseases.

This is according to medical practitioner Dr. Franklyn Perkins who on Tuesday unveiled a new state-of-the-art diagnostic system which will be used in his private practice to detect patient illnesses.

Dr. Perkins, who operates out of his Cudjoe Head Offices, according to ZJB News spoke of a Full Digital Colour Doppler Ultra Sound Diagnostic System which he says is designed to improve patient care.

He says the system looks inside the body, sees inside the organs, and can diagnose diseases that affect the organs.

Dr. Perkins says the system also shows blood flow in relation to these organs identifying any abnormalities therein.

Digital Color Doppler Ultrasound Diagnostic System edit

Digital Color Doppler Ultrasound Diagnostic System

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Dr. Franklin Perkins/New diagnostic equipment

Dr. Perkins explains that the wide-raging versatility of the equipment also allows for the diagnosis of associated problems which made need correction sooner rather than later.

 

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Crown Counsel Kristen Taylor offers firm message to Secondary School students

asbestos at MSS press conference (6)

Montserrat Secondary School

 The Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) 2014-2015 school year opened with students receiving a stern message from a legal professional who has seen the consequences of poor choices.

Crown Counsel in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution, Kristen Taylor was one of the speakers at the school’s Opening Assembly—held under the theme ‘Articulate, Aspire, Achieve’

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In her presentation, Miss Taylor encouraged the students to make the best of the education privileges on island.

She also implored the pupils to take responsibility for their own learning.

The Criminal lawyer also cautioned them against making bad choices—some of which may have legal consequences.

 

Dr. Kato Kimbugwe

New DFID representative Martin Dawson begins duty in Montserrat

At his last press conference hosted by H E Governor Davis, Dr. Kato Kimbugwe had confirmed his departure from office in Montserrat, announcing at the same time his replacement the Department for International Development (DFID) Resident Representative, Martin Dawson.

Mr. Dawson will take up office from Monday September 15 following Dr. Kato Kimbugwe who served in this capacity since 2010.

Dawson who is the outgoing Deputy Head of DFID Malawi says he is looking forward to playing his part in helping Montserrat achieve sustainable economic growth and increased financial independence.

He hails from the United Kingdom and has been acareer Civil Servant since leaving college.

For over 27 years, Dawson spent most of those years overseas in South East Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and Africa. Reports say he focused on International Development working for the Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

 

Dr

Dr. Franklin Perkins

Dr. Franklin Perkins offers new diagnostic equipment

There is to be a much greater flexibility on island to diagnose and treat diseases.

This is according to medical practitioner Dr. Franklyn Perkins who on Tuesday unveiled a new state-of-the-art diagnostic system which will be used in his private practice to detect patient illnesses.

Dr. Perkins, who operates out of his Cudjoe Head Offices, according to ZJB News spoke of a Full Digital Colour Doppler Ultra Sound Diagnostic System which he says is designed to improve patient care.

He says the system looks inside the body, sees inside the organs, and can diagnose diseases that affect the organs.

Dr. Perkins says the system also shows blood flow in relation to these organs identifying any abnormalities therein.

Digital Color Doppler Ultrasound Diagnostic System edit

Digital Color Doppler Ultrasound Diagnostic System

Cut Number: 58725       Dur. 1 min 45 secs

 

Dr. Franklin Perkins/New diagnostic equipment

Dr. Perkins explains that the wide-raging versatility of the equipment also allows for the diagnosis of associated problems which made need correction sooner rather than later.