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Monday, July 15, 2019

The Power of Sound

By Dianne P. Collins Mankind has over the ages used many avenues for healing body and soul and one of them has been sound. Sound...

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...

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...

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...

“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...

Are You A Fool?

Every week I am saddened at the sight of more broken cars.  Saddened because they need not have been mashed up – with just...

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...

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...

Runako Morton takes it to the Kiwis

By Clinton Swanston Memories of the steel piercing look in Runako's eyes in December 2004 when he promised to make Nevisians proud, brought tears of...

TRIBUTE TO CABO

As Culturama heats up this year, it seems fitting to pay tribute to the late Calvin (Cabo) Howell, one of the masterminds of this...

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 Barley grows – My Brother Patat

By. Kenneth Williams Editor In Chief/Publisher I have five brothers and four sisters and I have an excellent relationship with all of them. But I have different...

OBSTACLES TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSME

Commentary By Lesroy W. Williams Of The Observer Staff One of the benefits that the CSME promises to bring about is a mobile workforce within Caricom. At...

The Gerontocracy Sits Enthroned In St.Kitts And Nevis.

Hastings R. Daniel   In the public interest. We join the conversation started by the good pastor Ron and seized on in some fashion by the...

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...

Letter to the Editor – Corporal Punishment – Is It Proper?

Dear Sir/Madam, I submit the following article for publishing in your newspaper. Thank you. Corporal Punishment - Is It Proper? Corporal punishment is defined by one dictionary...

President Obama and the Caribbean.

by Ewin James. Nearly eight years ago the Caribbean welcomed the election of President Obama more exuberantly than many other people did , for like...

News Tip on Seaborne Airlines

Letters to the Editor Dear Sirs, In March 2016 I had a horrific experience with Seaborne Airlines flight from SKB to SJU. The complaint to airline has been...

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...

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....

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