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Stanford Declared Broke but Gets Lawyers

stanford-brokeHouston, USA - US District Court Judge, David Hittner, has given Allen Stanford his sixth set of lawyers, only three months prior to the scheduled 24th January start date for Stanford's criminal trial.

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Pistana New FND Credit Union President

fnd-new-boardBasseterre, St. Kitts-The direction and new course to be adopted by the newly established FND Credit Union will soon take shape, with the recent election of the new Board of Directors.

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FND Celebrates International Credit Union Day

fnd-international-credit-union-dayBasseterre, St. Kitts – Credit Unions throughout the world, including those in St. Kitts & Nevis, joined in activities to celebrate International Credit Union Day on Thursday 21st October.

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Stanford Denied Insurance Funds

allen-stanfordBasseterre, St. Kitts- Just a few months before his criminal trial for fraud, disgraced financier Allen Stanford has suffered a serious blow, as a judge ruled he cannot use US$100 million of Lloyd’s of London Directors and Officers insurance coverage, to pay lawyers to defend him.

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Christophe Harbour Expects Almost US$30 Million in Sales by December

windswept-villasBasseterre, St. Kitts-The developers of Christophe Harbour, on the Southeast Peninsula of St. Kitts are projecting that by the end of 2010, they are hoping to close almost US$30 million of property sales, for their luxurious villas.

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  • Grenada revising laptop initiative for schools ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) — The Grenada government says it has learnt from the mistakes made by other Caribbean countries in the implementation of laptops and tablet to students.
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