Caribbean Report 01-06-2001



Table of Contents

1.Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Windward Islands governments hold a crisis meeting on the future of the banana industry. Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves is interviewed (00:30-03:16)
3. Antigua and Barbuda's former Attorney General Dr Errol Court has rejected the findings of an audit report into the country's medical benefit scheme. Dr Errol Court and Winston Derrick of the Daily Observer newspaper in Antigua are interviewed (03:17-07:08)
4. Hope is on the horizon for St. Lucia as JMC pulls out but US Airways may start flying in. Director of US Airways David Johnson and Chairman of the St. Lucia Tourist Board Desmond Skeete are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports from Castries (07:09-09:09)
5. Jamaica's head of police warns his officers to stop using unnessary force. Amnesty International Researcher Piers Bannister is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (09:10-11:49)
6. Jamaican Senator and leading regional academic Trevor Munroe called on Caribbean governments to step up the fight to stop corruption. Senator Trevor Munroe is interviewed (11:50-15:35)