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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Welkom To My Island Paradise: Ye Good People Of Syria

We make no apologies to state at the outset that St. Kitts & Nevis and more particularly Nevis, God’s own country should welcome 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...

From the Supervisor of elections…

Adult suffrage is too important a right to citizens and residents not to allow for judicial review for persons who feel aggrieved by any...

From the Supervisor of Elections

This week, the office released the ARV. Each Constituency and each Polling District throughout the entire country has its own mini ARV.  The full...

Embargo Bogeyman

by EWIN JAMES. Some opponents of the United States and supporters of the Cuban people, ascribe the suffering of Cubans to the trade embargo that...

How much do you actually know about Blood Donation?

Introduction: Blood donation is the process of drawing 450mL of whole blood from a healthy person for the purposes of transfusing blood products into a...

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...

Back to Basics – Understanding Morality and Moral Development

Many argue that moral development and a sense of caring are values to be fostered at home rather than at school.  However, the teaching...

The Pervasiveness of Negativity

By Dianne P. Collins The happiness of your life Depends on the quality of your thoughts Marcus Aurelius (AD 121-180) In the world around us we are constantly...

A FEW THOUGHTS ON THE IMPLICATIONS OF A TRUMP PRESIDENCY

By Everson W. Hull, Ph.D. ECON Under the leadership of President-Elect Donald J. Trump, the prospects of a more vibrant U.S. economy will be led...

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...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

I read an internet article about a woman in America who voted (twice)when she was ineligible to do so.  She was a green card...

The World Health Organization – why everyone should care

Health is one of the most precious things to us all as individuals and families. It is something we very often take for granted,...

A better way to protect the world from the next pandemic

By Jim Yong Kim The growing concern over the Zika virus highlights a frightening reality. The world remains ill-prepared for a fast-moving virus. Over the...

THE CASE FOR A NEW PARTNERSHP WITH BERMUDA

By Everson W. Hull St. Kitts and Nevis is solidifying its place as an economic and financial leader in the CARICOM region and is well poised...

Trump And Obama’s Legacy.

by EWIN JAMES. Some people have begun screaming that President Donald Trump, by signing the Executive Order to begin dismantling Obamacare, is determined to destroy the legacy of Barack Obama as though doing so were some treasonous act. They propound...

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...

“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...

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...

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...

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