Caribbean Report 30-07-2001

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Caribbean Tourism Organisation comes under fire from one of its members. St. Kitts and Nevis Tourism Minister Dwyer Astaphan is interviewed (00:28-02:51)
3. British Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Jamaica with a promise of help for Jamaica and its Caribbean nations. Prime Minister Tony Blair and Political Analyst Professor Neville Duncan, University of the West Indies are interviewed (02:52-06:18)
4. Pentagon rejects a vote from the people of Vieques against bombing of the Navy Range on the island. Pentagon spokesman Lt. Colonel George Randall is interviewed and Shannon Novak reports (06:19-11:47)
5. London was the scene for our Caribbean gathering, Caribbean Expo 2001 over the weekend. Natalie Williams reports (11:48-13:41)
6. Flights in and out of Puerto Rico were cancelled this morning following a volcanic eruption in Montserrat. Head of the Montserrat Volcano Observatory Dr. Peter Drunkley is interviewed (13:42-14:27)
7. Canada today became the first country in the world to have a regulatory system governing the use of medical marijuana (14:28-15:22)