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The Mueller Report Is Much Worse for Trump Than Barr Let On Montserrat hosts the Red Ensign Group Conference Judge Redhead Eulogised OECS welcome Guadeloupe to member statehood Brexit mess: Montserrat LegAss mess
 
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The Mueller Report Is Much Worse for Trump Than Barr Let On

Author: Garrett M. GraffGarrett M. Graffsecurity04.18.19 https://www.wired.com/ JIM WATSON/Getty Images If president Donald Trump isn’t guilty of obstruction of justice, who ever could be? Special counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report, made public Thursday in redacted form, outlined over nearly half of those pages how the president reacted to and fumed over the Russia probe, seeking […]

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Montserrat hosts the Red Ensign Group Conference

by Bennette Roach The event was little publicised (in Montserrat), but it was a big conference with an international flavour as the Red Ensign Group Conference was held this year for the first time in Montserrat. The conference which is an annual gathering of the British ship registers opened at the Montserrat Cultural Center and […]

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Judge Redhead Eulogised

by Bennette Roach He was lauded at his retirement in Montserrat in 2016 Justice Morley opens special sitting to honour Judge Redhead By invitation from the Registrar of the High Court office in Montserrat it stated that we (media) were “invited to attend a Special Sitting of the High Court of Justice on Friday, 5th […]

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OECS welcome Guadeloupe to member statehood

President of the Regional Council of Guadeloupe Ary Chalus signs with OECS chairman, Ralph Gonsalves, PM St. Vincent and the Grenadines The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) formally welcomed Guadeloupe, an overseas department of France, as an associate member of the Organisation at a meeting held in Basse Terre, on Thursday, March 14, 2019. […]

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Brexit mess: Montserrat LegAss mess

Brexit mess How did we get here and what could come next? And Montserrat Assembly, we know how it got there, but what will happen next? See: https://www.themontserratreporter.com/the-brexit-and-legislative-assembly-mess-cumulating-same-day/ by Bennette Roach In his analysis of the future for Brexit, Mark Stone says a deal is still possible but it won’t be easy. By Mark Stone, […]

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St. Patrick’s Day festival preparations

01 March 2019

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!

01 March 2019

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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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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British parliamentary committee calls for British Overseas Territories to legitimise same sex marriages

British parliamentary committee calls for British Overseas Territories to legitimise same sex marriages

22 February 2019

By Peter Richards 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 that the British government could do more than “simply support” same sex marriages in principle. In its 44 page […]

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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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GoM Issues RFP for the Montserrat Submarine Fibre Optic Cable Project

18 February 2019

Davy Hill – February 8, 2019 – The Government of Montserrat on January 28, 2019, in a Release announced the issuance of a request for proposals (RFP) for the installation and operation of an undersea fibre optic cable; inviting all qualified companies, both locally and internationally, to participate. The cable will be Montserrat’s first international […]

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