Caribbean Report 25-01-2002



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. The Bahamian authorities are continuing their search for more bodies after fourteen Haitian, illegal migrants drowned when their sail boat sunk south of New Providence Island (00:30-02:43)
3. In Jamaica, Deputy Chief of Police James Forbes admits that the country does not have the social services to deal with deportees (02:44-05:59)
4. Officials of the banana industry in Saint Lucia say that the recent cocaine find on a banana boat could hurt an already ailing industry (06:00-08:29)
5. Information Ministers from the Caribbean Community are to hold an emergency meeting in Antigua to come up with a plan to revive the Caribbean Media Cooperation which was forced to suspend its operations (08:30-10:07)
6. The Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines thinks that he and other leaders of the region have too much power. Orin Gordon reports (10:08-12:14)