Caribbean Report 30-11-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister estimates almsot four million dollars in damage following a weekend flooding. Prime Minister Denzil Douglas and President of the St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Commerce Krishan Chandiramani are interviewed and Chelston Lee reports (00:31-03:59)
3. European Union says that it is providing over three million dollars to help victims of Hurricane George which struck the Caribbean in late September (04:00-04:30)
4. Tributes pour in for two Caribbean statesmen, William Demas and Kurleigh King as the region mourns their loss. Tony Fraser and Bertrand Niles report (04:00-08:44)
5. In Jamaica, human rights lawyers are preparing for a constitutional motion challenging the State's attempt to hang two death row prisoners. Carol Orr reports (08:45-10:37)
6. Tomorrow is World Aids Day. In Trinidad and Tobago, recently published figures have given the most cause for alarm across the region. Dr Edward Adoo is interviewed and Journalist Darryl Dean reports (10:38-12:48)
7. Brian Lara keeps hope alive in South Africa despite Windies defeat. Captain Brian Lara is interviewed (12:49-15:28)