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GRENADA-POLITICS-Prime Minister names Cabinet following landslide victory

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada, Mar 4, CMC – Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell has named an 11 –member Cabinet two weeks after his New National Party (NNP) swept the polls in Grenada. ... Full story

ST. VINCENT-POLITICS-Former prime minister calls for Opposition Leader to step down

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Mar 4, CMC – The founder of the main opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) and former prime minister Sir James Mitchell has again called on Arnhim Eustace, the man he handpicked to succeed him as leader of the party, to step down. ... Full story

DOMINICA-ENERGY-Prime Minister defends geothermal project

ROSEAU, Dominica, Mar 4, CMC – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit has brushed aside critics of his administration’s geothermal energy plan insisting that it represents the best hope for attracting foreign investments and improving the socio-economic wellbeing of Dominicans. ... Full story

TRINIDAD-ENERGY-Saudi company pulls out of multi-billion dollar energy project

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Mar 4, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago government has confirmed that the construction of a multi-billion dollar methanol complex involving a Saudi Arabian company has been scrapped. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-ENVIRONMENT-New study warns of the impact of sea level rises on coastal wetlands

WASHINGTON, Mar. 4, CMC - A new World Bank study says a rise in sea levels by a meter from climate change could destroy more than 60 per cent of the Caribbean and the developing world’s coastal wetlands currently found at one meter or less elevation. ... Full story

JAMAICA-HEALTH-Government partners with manufacturing group in HIV/AIDS pilot project

KINGASTON, Jamaica, Mar 4, CMC – The Jamaica Manufacturer’s Association (JMA) is partnering with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS) in a pilot project aimed at reducing the levels of discrimination against persons living with HIV/AIDS who work in the local food services industry. ... Full story

BAHAMAS-ENVIRONMENT-Third oil spill in Bahamas in two months

NASSAU, Bahamas, Mar 4, CMC - The Ministry of Transport and Aviation says a Haitian “sloop” confiscated during a recent drug enforcement operation had sunk in the harbour of Inagua on Sunday, spilling more than 200 gallons of a mixture of oil and diesel fuel into the water. ... Full story

GUYANA-POLITICS-Government hints at early poll

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mar 4, CMC – President Donald Ramotar has accused the opposition parties of using their one seat majority in the National Assembly to derail legislative democracy as the ruling People’s Progressive Party (PPP) hinted at the possibility of calling a snap general election in Guyana. ... Full story

Hints of a snap poll in Guyana

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mar 4, CMC – President Donald Ramotar has accused the opposition parties of using their one seat majority in the National Assembly to derail legislative democracy as the ruling People’s Progressive Party (PPP) hinted at the possibility of calling a snap general election in Guyana. ... Full story

ANTIGUA-MEDIA-Website claims gun shots fired at reporter

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Mar 4, CMC – The Antigua-based news website, Caribarena, says gunshots had been fired at a vehicle carrying one of its reporters as he left the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium following the cricket game between the touring Zimbabwe team and the West Indies on Sunday. ... Full story

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