Caribbean Report 13-05-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:31)
2. After a weekend of high turn activity Montserratians are keeping a close watch on the Sourfriere Hill Volcano. James White, Jr reports (00:32-02:20)
3. The relaunch of Air Jamaica's Kingston to London flight has had some teething problems and officials say the airline is making an effort to resume what they consider a vital service. Jennifer Grant reports (02:21-04:07)
4. Trade and investment are among matters high on the agenda of Caricom Foreign Ministers Meeting in Jamaica (04:08-04:46)
5. The Caribbean Media Workers Association calls on Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur to withdraw what CMWA calls a recomprensible remark. Journalist Terry Ali is interviewed. Bertrand Niles and President of the Caribbean Media Workers Association Rickey Singh are interviewed (04:47-12:05
6. It maybe another six months before European companies found to be acting outside the boundaries set by the new Helms-Burton legislation face US courts. Moya Thomas reports (12:06-13:21)
7. O. J. Simpson takes the British television to tell his story. David Ward reports (13:22-15:19)