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Why The Masses Have Not Rallied In Support of The NRP...

Over the past year, a selected few among the NRP leadership have openly expressed outrage at the legal fraternity, the Christian Council, the...

Bounty Killer’ Brother Pleads Guilty To Stealing A Cellphone

Bounty Killer's Brother Pleads Guilty To Stealing A Cellphone LK Hewlett Story Updated: June 29th 2015 at 3:01 pm Mark Price, the brother of...

Desire of the Ages Imprisonment and Death of John

" John was troubled to see that through love for him, his own disciples were cherishing unbelief in regard to Jesus. Had his...

Fisheries Official Calls for Public Help in Turtle Conservation

May 4 -- A top Fisheries Official on Nevis continued to urge Nevisians to join in the conservation of endangered spices and the turtles...

Women’s WT20: New Zealand Into Semi-finals

May 8 -- New Zealand qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 2010 after recording its second successive victory at Warner...

Chapter 2:12-“We Must Kneel To Heal”by Ron Daniel

I have not written one commentary in more than two years but the events in my country have forced me to find my...

The Prime Minister Came To The Nevis Family Re-Union Empty Handed...

Culturama 2014 is being widely acclaimed as an outstanding success. Some have characterized it as the 'Mother of All Nevisian Family Re-unions'. Of...

US Embassy To Barbados Donates Books To SKN by R. Wilson

St. Kitts and Nevis is one of several islands that will be the beneficiary of a large book donation from the U.S. Embassy...

Senior Law Enforcement officers Graduate Courses by R. Wilson

Twenty-nine senior officers from Police, Customs and Defense Force have graduated a three-day First Line Supervisory Course. The course began Monday (Feb. 24)...

Gunmen Target Public Works Building In Nevis by Merv-Ann Thompson

Department of Public Works employees were this morning startled by the sounds of gunfire outside their offices. At approximately 8:30am (Feb 25) while...

Wanted Man Negotiates Surrender With Police Commissioner by LK Hewlett

A man wanted for escaping from a police station is back in police custody after negotiating his surrender with the Commissioner of Police....

Desperate PM Douglas Prepared To Bankrupt SKN Again Says Harris by...

PLP Leader Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris charges that Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas is in "a desperate mode and is prepared to bankrupt...

Forecasters Predict Above Average 2010 Hurricane Season

St. Kitts and Nevis and other Caribbean countries can expect an above-average 2010 Atlantic hurricane with a 58 percent chance of a major hurricane...

Coral Reef Research To Shape Policy In SKN by R. Wilson...

The findings of a coral reef management study will influence government policy in that area in the Federation, says Fisheries official. Researchers with...

CARIFTA Games Tickets Go On Sale

CARIFTA Games Tickets Go On Sale R. Wilson Story Updated: March 27 th 2015 at 3:39 pm As St. Kitts prepares to host the...

Nevis the Undeclared Enterprise Zone of the Eastern Caribbean

Whether we know of it or not, or whether we know and are indifferent about it, Nevis is one of the most undeclared enterprise...

Training In Regional Code of Practice In Construction To Begin Press...

A training program in the Regional Code of Practice (COP) for the Construction of Houses will be the topic of discussion during a...

Harris Says That Federation One of the Most Indebted in the...

By Lesroy Williams Observer Reporter " (Frigate Bay, St. Kitts) " The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis has one of the highest...

Beacon Heights offer Public Viewing by Observer Reporter

The gates of the controversial Social Security-funded Beacon Heights Housing Development, were thrown open to the public last week for a six-day open...

Worker Found Dead in Airport Elevator by R. Wilson

SCASPA and Police to investigate It was a gruesome scene at the Robert L. Bradshaw Airport yesterday when the body of a maintenance...

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