Daily Archive for November 29th, 2009

PoS climate deal sealed

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CHOGM 2009 Press Conference

CHOGM 2009 Press Conference


Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2009PoS climate deal sealed
HISTORY was made in Port-of-Spain yesterday as Commonwealth leaders reached a groundbreaking agreement on climate change on day two of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). This was revealed at a news conference held at the International Financial Centre in Port-of-Spain by Prime Minister Patrick Manning, Australia Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma, United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Denmark Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen.
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Ahead Has No Crown

By Amilcar Sanatan – UWI Student
November 29, 2009
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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II heads CHOGM

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II heads CHOGM


The Commonwealth is a voluntary intergovernmental organisation that covers fifty-three independent states. The collection of nations that belong to the organisation and the two billion people they represent justify its existence. The Commonwealth organisation has established itself throughout the former colonies of the British Empire and the world.
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An ‘old boys club’ headed by an old lady

By Raffique Shah
November 29, 2009

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Commonwealth 2009 Heads of State

Commonwealth 2009 Heads of State


Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2009Friday morning. Big day for Prime Minister Patrick Manning. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II heads a list of dignitaries attending the CHOGM. Over the next three days Trinidad and Tobago, this small country, will showcase its wonderful Chinese architecture to our envious Commonwealth brethren. Look at me! Watch my costume (including my brand-name ‘darkers’ that I don’t take off, not even to look Her Majesty in the eye, as royal etiquette demands). Don’t mash my Performing Arts cape! I’m on the world stage!
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