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Friday, October 19, 2018

DOES THE EMPLOYEE REALLY BENEFIT FROM PAYING SOCIAL SECURITY? – By...

This year, the Children Summer Programme of the Charles Halbert Public Library explored the sub-theme Jobs in St Kitts, the Socio-economic Environment. To do...

“Reach out to the police, anything that looks unusual to you...

By Lorna Smithen-Bussue CHARLESTOWN (JULY 19, 2016) “Police Officers should not discriminate, under any circumstances, against the public,” said Inspector Conrad Bertie of the Royal...

Climate Change and Common Sense

by Ewin James I'm not a scientist, I'm not a brilliant man and only moderately intelligent— but of this I'm absolutely certain: the Climate Change...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

The whole purpose of the Electoral exercise is for the voters to choose representatives from amongst the group of persons who offer themselves as...

What Prince Harry could tell Caribbean men about HIV

By Dr César Núñez   This week Prince Harry started his second official visit to the Caribbean. Importantly, he’ll be commemorating World AIDS Day on December...

Confronting Mental Health Issues in St. Kitts & Nevis – The...

Ours is a paradise, nevertheless, as a middle income country, in fact the smallest independent nation in the entire Western Hemisphere, our developmental challenges...

From the Supervisor of Elections….

Anyone who is a citizen of the Federation 18 years or older and is ordinarily resident in the Federation is entitled to register as...

From the Supervisor of Elections….

In the Federation, there is a system of continuous registration. That is, any eligible person at any given time can apply to become registered...

Not Fully Satisfied

TROTT TALK by Amba Trott At a shop on Saturday November 5th, I was spotted by someone I think is a staunch member of the...

The Importance of Co-Parenting; and How to make it work.

Becoming a parent is considered one of life’s most cheerful moments, one in which our hearts and minds are filled with love and endless...

Commentary • Number 1116 • “Genius & Dis-Genious” Editorial

The appointment of Dr Jessica Byron Reid to Professor at the University of the West Indies speaks to the best in us and the...

An Open Letter To The Manager Of Cable T.V.

Dear Editor, Please allow me space in your paper for this article. For the past months since the taking over of the Cable TV by your...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

The publication of the Annual Register of Voters renders every registrant to be a temporary claimant who is correctly registered.  As such, no one...

Brexit – A Sophomoric Decision

By  Asha V. Daniel I never took the Brits particularly seriously when they decided to have a referendum on whether to separate themselves from the...

THE GERONTACRACY SITS ENTHRONED. Part 11

By Hastings R. Daniel In The Public Interest Some weeks ago we wrote an article chronicling the numerous senior citizens employment by the TUG since...

The Gaskell Family Nakba

Nakba in the heading means ‘catastrophe’ and is the word used by the Palestinians to describe their forcible eviction from their homeland in 1948....

Who cares for the carers?

An OP ED on the 5th anniversary of ILO Convention No 189, the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011. By Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International...

Hats Off To The Nevis Water Department

On Tuesday 26th April, I was walking my dog Jaden down by the ghaut below our property and i discovered a break in the...

Statement from Ms. Watisha Browne Reference ongoing Police Harassment.

On Monday 24th July, 2016, at approximately 2.50pm, I was driving from Charlestown going across Jessups, passing the time, as I was waiting for...

In Support Of Capital Punishment

By Michael S. Blake One Ewin James , writing an opinion piece in this The Observer newspaper of  13th instant argues pro capital punishment as...

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