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Thursday, November 15, 2018

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...

Look to The East…And Learn

by G.A.Dwyer Astaphan At this time when Christians reflect on the biblical journey of the three wise men from the East, and all of that...

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 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...

Commentary • Number 1116 • “Police And The Community Part IV...

by James Milnes Gaskell By the verdict of the Coroners Court Inquiry into the death of Philo Wallace the Police have achieved a Public Relations...

Living in Emotional Balance

By Dianne Collins Our mind, body and spirit are deeply connected, how we think, feel has an effect on our bodily system. Emotions, feelings, thoughts...

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....

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...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

The last pre-independence general election took place in 1980. At that time, there were 9 constituencies, 7 in St Kitts and 2 in Nevis....

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...

Crime and Violence Put the Brakes on Development

By Jorge Familiar The traditional logic seemed unassailable: where there are low levels of development and high levels of poverty and hopelessness, people are more...

The Observer Woman Of The Year

The Observer is pleased after much review to present the woman who it thinks has distinguished herself during 2016.  Rodney Elliott is an interesting...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

There are two opportunities afforded to the voting public to ensure the cleansing of the voters list. One of them occurs in February following...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

Most persons may not have known; but there was no publication of an Annual Register of Voters (ARV) in 2015. This is because the...

Can the Dead Know or Do Anything?

Sometimes we hear stories from persons who claim that they had seen a loved one who had died, maybe few days after that person died....

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...

Too Easy

In the recent past, there has been a lot of sex chatter on the television news in the USA. Not to be outdone, here at...

Commentary • Number 1116 • “Letter To The Editor”

A Grateful Patient Dear Editor, Please allow me to comment on the treatment I recently received at The Alexandra Hospital, Nevis. On Wednesday the 17th February I...

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...

CHAPTER 2:12 – “An Open Letter to Honourable Troy Liburd”

By Pastor Ron Daniel I first was able to get close to Troy through cricket about twenty years ago on the cricket field.  At the...

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