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Jamaica’s Office of the Contractor General (OCG) is concerned about a decision by cabinet to extend the registration of some contractors until February 2011
The OCG has expressed its uneasiness in a release, describing the Cabinet directive to the NCC as a highly questionable, very dangerous and reckless act.
The OCG says the directive appears to have dictated that certain Government contractors whose registration certificates have already expired be deemed to be registered in their pre-existing categories and grades through to February 28 next year.
Barbados National Bank Inc. (BNB) has launched its Flex Rewards Program a system that generates points every time your personal BNB Visa Classic, Visa Gold or Visa Platinum card is swiped.
The points can be redeemed at any Visa merchants’ island wide in exchange for various products and services.
A new film about climate change in the Caribbean with footage from several Caribbean countries including Barbados, St. Lucia, Belize and Jamaica will be launched later this month.
The film “Partnerships for Resilience - Climate Change and Caribbean Tourism" has received funding from The British High Commission in Barbados, together with the Department for International Development Caribbean.
The launch will be held at the UN climate change conference in Cancun in early and will be broadcast in the Caribbean through regional and national TV stations.
T.O.K one of dancehall most successful group of all time, have been on the US south coast and they are giving fans some solid performance.
The group, which left the island two weeks ago, have turned the musical heat up at a number of clubs, including Club Lux in Orlando, Club Levels in Melbourne and Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale.
According to group member Flexx: “It’s been great. We’ve been getting crazy, positive feedback on all the shows, great turnout plus the fans are loving the new singles we performed like In This Club and Bubble.
Prime Minister, Hon. Tillman Thomas has called for a collaborative approach to “optimally preserve, renew and promote” Grenada’s heritage.
The Prime Minister was at the time peaking to the Fourth Willie Redhead Foundation Patrimonial Awards Ceremony.He says efforts to preserve Grenada’s heritage require collaboration between government, private sector entities, private individuals and not-for-profit organizations, such as the Willie Redhead Foundation.
“It is of great value that we see the work of organizations, such as the Willie Redhead Foundation, as important, not only for the preservation and renewal of landmarks, but also because of the intangible benefits they produce,” the Prime Minister said.
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