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19 memorialised in 20th year of remembrance

Of the nineteen (19) persons who lost lives on June 25, 1997 The 20th year of remembrance of the 19 persons who lost their lives in volcanic event of June 25, 1997 was advertised by the media as a Remembrance Service. It was advertised in perhaps a more significant place, where hundreds if not thousands […]

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Guyana prison on fire, one prison officer dies

by STAFF WRITER     GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jul 9, CMC – The Guyana government Sunday night sought to assure citizens that the situation at the country’s main prison in the capital was under control and that inmates from the burnt facility were being transferred to other institutions across the country. Prison officials confirmed that six […]

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Bow Wharf fire: Blaze rips through new multi-million pound development in trendy east London

Fiona Simpson   London Evening Standard   Site story  here  http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/bow-wharf-fire-blaze-rips-through-new-multimillion-pound-development-in-trendy-east-london-a3577916.htmlHuge blaze: Fire rips through new development Bow Wharf in east London –Twitter A huge fire has ripped through a new multi-million pound development in a trendy part of east London. Dramatic images posted on social media showed thick smoke billowing over Victoria Park, in […]

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It could have been avoided

(See articles of July 4, 1997 following fatalities from Soufriere Hills volcano) Navigate to 1997 – 4th July By Bennette Roach In every tragic disaster like this, when people die and especially, where elapsed time is involved, certainly questions must be asked, why did it happen? Could it have been avoided? Can it happen again? […]

20 Years June 25, 1997

20 Years June 25, 1997

A long overdue remembrance, emphasising healing and commitment Memorial Services to remember June 25, 1997 deaths On this Sunday, June 25, 2017 the Hon. Premier installed a committee to organize a 20th Year Remembrance ceremony of the 19 persons who died during the tragic event of volcanic activity on June 25, 1997. A plaque displaying […]

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ELAC study says banks in Antigua and Barbuda, adversely affected by de-risking

11 July 2017

by STAFF WRITER   ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Jul. 10, CMC – The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) says 67 percent of the banks in  Antigua and Barbuda have been adversely affected by de-risking. This is the outcome of a regional study that is looking at the economic impact of de-risking on […]

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Knights disappearing from Montserrat, extradited from the US to serve jail time

07 July 2017

On  June 27, 2017 Sean Knights a Guyanese national who had been living in Montserrat appeared before High Court charged on two counts count rape, and unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, the offenses having occurred in 2013. High Court Judge, Justice QC Ian Morley sentenced Knights to a total of five and a half […]

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DFID’s Dawson reports on the 3rd geothermal well

07 July 2017

by Bennette Roach Work is scheduled to resume on the third Geothermal Well in St. George Hill in the next month or so, since drilling ended towards the end of last year. Martin Dawson reports that efforts were being made to maintain the integrity of the well because there were concerns that developed while they […]

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De Ole Dawg – Part 16: 2017: Addressing Montserrat’s leadership challenge

07 July 2017

How can we address our leadership challenge? BRADES, Montserrat, June 24, 2017 – A good place to begin is with how we understand leadership, especially since the painful history of the Plantation still shapes our culture. It is no accident that our National Day remembers a slave uprising. I think a useful start is: “leadership […]

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Opposition legislators stage walkout during debate on incentive bill

07 July 2017

by Linda Straker ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Jun 27, CMC – Opposition legislators staged a walkout on Tuesday protesting the ruling by the President of the Senate, Chester Humphrey, that the presentation of the leader of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Nazim Burke to the Hydrocarbon Incentive Bill was irrelevant. Opposition Senator, Keith Clouden […]

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Notice of Lost Land Certificate

07 July 2017

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Summary Report of Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly Meetings held in June 2017.

07 July 2017

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20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ERUPTION OF THE SOUFRIERE HILLS VOLCANO ON JUNE 25TH, 1997

20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ERUPTION OF THE SOUFRIERE HILLS VOLCANO ON JUNE 25TH, 1997

07 July 2017

20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ERUPTION OF THE SOUFRIERE HILLS VOLCANO ON JUNE 25TH, 1997, WHICH CLAIMED THE LIVES OF 19 PERSONS First and foremost, I must give thanks to God for being with the People of Montserrat throughout the past 20 years.  As we look back there is no doubt that from the start of the […]

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Grenfell Tower fire: 87 discoveries of human remains found in gutted block of flats, reveals Met Police

05 July 2017

Met commander admits full search by hand will take ‘many months’ despite 250-strong team The Independent Online Jon Sharman – The Independent – 05 July 2017 http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/grenfell-tower-fire-human-remains-found-87-recoveries-discoveries-block-flats-dead-metropolitan-a7824411.html The burnt out remains of the Grenfell Tower are seen in north Kensington Reuters A total of 87 discoveries of human remains have been made at Grenfell Tower, […]

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Grenfell Tower: Kensington MP calls for inquiry head to be replaced with ‘someone who can understand humans’

04 July 2017

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/grenfell-tower-kensington-mp-calls-for-inquiry-head-to-be-replaced-with-someone-who-can-understand-humans/ar-BBDK3CJ   As TMR said before – so many similarities to what have gone on since Soufriere Hills volcano began erupting in Montserrat in 1995, just days less 22 years; going on even now. Serious how some mistakes continue to be perpetuated today in our dealings! They need to be dealt with.   The Telegraph […]

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