Caribbean Report 30-09-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines with Warren Gordon (00:00-00:26)
2. CARICOM is in a compromising mood as vital ACP/EU talks begin. Sir Shridath Ramphal is interviewed and Electra Naismith reports (00:27-04:10)
3. Prime Minister of Dominica, Edison James has warned of the threat facing the Caribbean banana industry in a speech to the United Nations in New York. Prime Minister Edison James is interviewed (04:11-06:40)
4. As the victims of Hurricane George attempt to pick up the pieces of their lives, the relief effort is gathering momentum. Canada is the latest country to respond to appeals pledging more than half a million Canadian dollars in aid. Public Relations Manager, World Visions, Canada Steve Matthews is interviewed and Darryl Dean reports (06:41-08:50)
5. Montserrat takes a big step on the road back to normality. Businessman John Wilson is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (08:51-11:30)
6. Antigua and Barbuda is to make another bid to go it alone in regional cricket. President of the Antigua Cricket Association. President of the Antigua Cricket Association Colin Derrick, former Captain Richie Richardson are interviewed (11:31-15:21)