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THE CLARION CALL

Published by anguillian The 44th meeting of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) was officially opened in grand style at the Rodney McArthur Rey Auditorium on 6th December 2012. The evening was one of eloquent speeches, entertaining cultural performances and an enjoyable cocktail reception. The highlight was, no doubt, the distribution of awards to students from across the region for their outstanding p ...

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Juliana O’Connor-Connolly Named New Premier of Cayman Islands

  By Alexander Britell Juliana O’Connor-Connolly has been named the new Premier of the Cayman Islands, according to a statement from Governor Duncan Taylor. Taylor said a majority of the elected members of the United Democratic Party supported her appointment, after lawmakers passed a no-confidence motion against former Premier McKeeva Bush, who was arrested last week on suspicions of corruption. Faced ...

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Hospitality Key to Grenada’s Tourism Development

  ST. GEORGE, GRENADA,  _ Grenada’s PrimeMinister Hon. Tillman Thomas says hospitality must be taken seriously, if Grenada is to realize its potential as a tourism destination. “We must all embrace the significance of tourism as a pillar of our economic development. Those who are directly employed by the industry have their role to play, but every Grenadian must take individual responsibility, if we ar ...

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Haiti’s New Royal Oasis Hotel Officially Opens in Petion-Ville

  By Alexander Britell The Royal Oasis Hotel in Haiti has officially opened its doors in Port-au-Prince’s Petion-Ville neighbourhood. The five-star property, which is a project of Spain-based Occidential Hotels & Resorts, is located on a three-acre site in Port-au-Prince’s Petion-Ville residential neighbourhood. It was developed by Jerry Tardieu. It includes 128 rooms and suites, featuring a roofto ...

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DPP calls for more criminal judges

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The September Criminal Assizes closed yesterday with the director of public prosecutions (DPP) advocating for at least one more criminal judge. DPP Anthony Armstrong said the caseload is increasing, but adjudicators to deal with the burden are lacking. While there are three courtrooms at the High Court, only one is configured to deal with criminal matters. “We have one criminal court an ...

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