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Friday, November 22, 2019

4,000 people to receive PAP benefits this month

Approximately four thousand (4,000) residents will receive their benefits on May 31 under the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis’ Poverty Alleviation Programme (PAP). This...

Digital Transformation Survey now open online

transformation strategy aimed at making government more efficient when doing business with the public, private sector and the diaspora is expected to be launched...

Edwards convicted, fined for multiple offences

Charles Edwards also known as “Chase Ergen” of Colorado was convicted and fined for multiple offences on May 20, 2019. Edwards was convicted and cautioned...

Water taxi operator pleased with new facility

For one of the longest serving water taxi operators on Nevis, the new water taxi pier at Oualie Bay is a welcome facility. Capt. Wincent...

Harris extends condolences on passing of Ron Fish

  Prime Minister Timothy Harris extends his heartfelt condolences, and those of the Government and people of St. Kitts and Nevis, to the family and...

Stabbing incident being investigated

The police are currently investigating a Wounding with Intent incident that occurred in Basseterre on May 17, 2019. Police responded to a report of a...

Government changes policy on citizenship by marriage

On Thursday (May 16), Prime Minister Timothy Harris clarified any misperception as it relates to his Cabinet’s recent policy shift regarding the number of...

Police investigating armed robbery

The Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place outside of a supermarket on Wellington Road on May 16, 2019. Investigations so far have...

NIA introducing fund to help people start small businesses

In an effort to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) plans to introduce a multi-million dollar revolving fund...

Hamilton doing community walk-throughs

Eugene Hamilton, Area Parliamentary Representative for St. Christopher Eight, who is also the Minister of Agriculture, Health, National Insurance, Human Settlements, Community Development, Gender...

ILO meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour now underway in Barbados

The 11th International Labour Organization (ILO) Meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour officially started this week in Barbados under the theme ‘Shaping a brighter...

Harris visits Government Printery

Prime Minister Timothy Harris visited the Government Printery at its temporary location at the Koi Building, R.L. Bradshaw International Airport, on Tuesday afternoon, May...

Colorado man charged with three offences

Charles Edwards also known as “Chase Ergen” of Colorado, was formally charged with three offences on May 15, 2019. The offences were the use of...

Harris to appear on Straight Talk tonight

Prime Minister Timothy Harris will join his Cabinet colleague and host Ian Patches Liburd as the special guest on the May 16 edition of...

Irene Gilbert’s 90th Birthday celebrated

Irene Gilbert of Molineux in Constituency Number Seven celebrated her 90th birthday  on Tuesday May 14 in grand style, surrounded by her children and grandchildren,...

Foreign businessman released on $300,000 bail, free to leave–for now.

A foreign businessman facing several charges related to drug possession and importation has had his travel documents returned to him and is free to...

Media barred from Alki David hearing

By Kenichi Serino Local media were barred from entering the Basseterre Magistrate’s court where a hearing for businessman Alkivaides, “Alki’ David on charges of drug...

Glenroy Samuel granted bail

Glenroy Samuel of Conaree Village was granted bail on May 10, 2019 after being charged for the offence of Attempted Murder. The incident took place...

Fun night held to develop bond between police, school children

Officers from the Dieppe Bay Police Station recently hosted approximately 110 children from the Saddlers to St. Pauls area for a fun night. This...

Businessman arrested for drugs promises legal fightback

By Kenichi Serino A businessman who came to St Kitts to make deals growing cannabis and was later arrested on drug charges, has denied the...

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