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By Jean H Charles The French colons who occupy the island of Hispaniola for almost three centuries left two important legacies upon their departure in 1803 for the Haitian people: the French language and the city of Cape Haitian. Cape Haitian will celebrate in the year 2020 its 350th anniversary. That year corresponds also with […]
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By John M. Skippings Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, made it quite clear on the floor of the US Senate, that completion of the Mueller Report, at least in his opinion, signified “Case closed” for the Russian collusion, obstruction of justice investigation. According to President Trump, “Angry Democrats spent almost $40 million on it” – […]
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By Richard Lawless Imagine, if you will, that a number of technically bankrupt companies were able to issue $70 billion dollars in bonds. Imagine that these companies were able to buy BBB+ ratings for these bonds. Imagine, for a moment, that a number of major banks knew these companies to be bankrupt but were willing […]
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Dear Sir:  “Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) must also capitalise on its higher visibility to promote, wherever possible, our economic interests such as the marketing of tourism and enhancing international economic ties” (New Democratic Party [NDP] press release, Sunday, June 9, 2019). So reads part of a statement from the NDP applauding the happy and […]
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Dear Sir: The consequences of illiteracy are many and harmful in several respects. As well as affecting illiterate individuals themselves in their daily lives and often jeopardizing their future, this scourge has a significant effect on society, both socially and economically. It is said that the literacy rate in Grenada is 98 percent.  I refute […]
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Dear Sir: The Keith Rowley administration deferred the proposed amendments to the Freedom of Information Act 1999, (FOIA) but continues to refuse and deny us our right to be consulted on matters affecting us most. Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) insists that the Rowley administration not force any restrictive and prohibitive amendments down […]
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KRALENDIJK, Bonaire — Three international windsurfing events – Defiwind Caribbean, Sorobon Masters and Dunkerbeck GPS Challenge,will take place in the Sorobon lagoon, Pink Beach and Te Amo Beach in Bonaire, June 23rd – 30th, 2019. It will be organized by windsurfing legends Philippe Bru, who is the founder of the biggest windsurfing event in the […]
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