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Saturday, February 23, 2019

MPs need to set good examples on behaviour

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  It is said by some persons that the manner in which our politicians behave in Parliament is likened to...

The Rubik’s cube of the Caribbean public education system: Addressing the...

Nancy A. George, Ed. D. CARICOM Education Specialist for "A Harmonised Approach to Education Reform - Developing the Skills needed for a 21st Century Economy...

An imaginary inerview

By James Gaskell In my article printed on December 2nd 2005 I extended the offer of an interview with me to anyone putting himself or...

Pain Has a Voice

Can you hear the silent cries? By Guest Author It is important to understand that pain has a voice and it speaks into the ears of...

Trott Talk – Growing Up

When I was a toddler I wanted to grow up to be big like daddy. Eventually I did, and became even bigger in physical...

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...

The Caribbean: Opportunities And Vulnerabilities

(Excerpts from Keynote address, delivered June 16, 2016, on the occasion of Caribbean-American Heritage Day at the U.S. Department of Agriculture) Amb. Everson W. Hull,...

Charlestown Primary School Garden

By James Milnes Gaskell Under the auspices of their go-ahead Young headmistress, Latoya Jeffers, the CPS is to develop a garden on 1.344 acres at...

We Can’t Wait No More, Buddy!

By G.A. Dwyer Astaphan For centuries, the Southeast Peninsula of St. Kitts has been relatively undeveloped. It measures about 6.25 square miles in area and makes...

The Nation’s Prosperity Agenda

By Everson W. Hull, Ph.D., ECON  This year’s 33rd Independence Anniversary theme focuses on the Nation’s Prosperity Agenda.  A series of Town Hall meetings carried...

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...

Climate debate dominated by ‘duckspeakers’

Time to relearn the lessons of Nineteen Eighty-Four By Tom Harris In Oceania, the dystopian society of George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, a new language was...

Living Robotic Lives

By Dianne P. Collins In the 1990’s, a friend and I went to a Japanese Festival. One of the events we watched was the Japanese...

MY LORD’S GRACE – by Jessica Bardales

I have a terrible voice. It's a fact! I know by the way my children roll their eyes and try to help me to...

President Obama and the War On Terror.

by Ewin James. William Tecumseh Sherman, a General in the Union Army in the American Civil war said that war is hell. This means that...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

After attaining the age of majority, I sat out my first election of 1984. It was a general election and candidate Swanston was unopposed....

Constitutional Reform

by Queen’s Counsel Charles Wilkin The following is a presentation made by the former President of the St. Kitts and Nevis Bar Association, Charles Wilkin,...

Capital Punishment And Justice

Ewin James Opponents of Capital Punishment often put forward the proposition that it doesn't deter murder. That proposition is unprovable. But more than that it...

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...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

We shared with you that the 2016/17 Register of Voters, before adjustments, contains 43,185 names amongst a population of about 45,000. By international standards, this...

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