April, 2010

Volney: PM a tyrant

Express, Trinidad: At the centre of a political firestorm, former judge Herbert Volney said yesterday that leaving behind his career and life in the Judiciary was the hardest decision he has ever made.

CLICO players seek legal counsel

Nation News, Barbados: The controversy surrounding CLICO International Life, its outgoing executive chairman, Leroy Parris, and the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, William Layne could be heading to the law courts.

CARICOM 'not doing much' on EPA details

Tribune, Bahamas: One year after regional Cariforum governments signed on to the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU), there is still "not much being done" at a regional level to hasten implementation of the trade agreement, the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce's trade expert said yesterday.

CARICOM envoy appeals to OAS on Haiti's behalf

CARICOM’s Special Representative on Haiti, PJ Patterson, has been pleading that country’s case at the Organisation of American States (OAS), appealing for assistance to prevent any escalation in the consequences of the earthquake disaster and begin re-engineering a brand new Haiti.