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Friday, February 22, 2019

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...

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...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

Why Register to Vote? Every five years, elections are constitutionally due in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.  Whilst the government has established an...

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...

A united Canada without the Monarchy

By:  Jeffrey J. Cunningham, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada  Jeffrey is self-employed, lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and his dream is a united, strong and separatist-free Canadian republic. Canada and England would fit seamlessly...

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...

“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...

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...

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...

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...

My Woman Of The Year

In The Public Interest by Hastings Daniel  Inasmuch as many have been pleased to nominate the person of the fairer sex who has made the...

Integrity In Public Life

By G.A.Dwyer Astaphan Integrity in Public Life legislation is important in a democracy. And it saves taxpayers enormous amounts of money. It was one of the...

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...

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...

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...

A RESPONSE TO SOME COMMENTS AND FURTHER THOUGHTS ON GEOTHERMAL

By Carl B. Nisbett A few NRP supporters, some employed by the NIA and even a minister or two, have decided to have a go...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

Constituency of St Christopher 1 is all that portion of the parish of St George, Basseterre, including the town of Basseterre, to the east of...

Letter To The Editor – THANK YOU NOTE

From: A. Michael Perkins It has been drawn to my attention that there have been certain rumors making their rounds in social media, and I...

BVI In An Uncertain World After Brexit

Benito Wheatley The United Kingdom (UK) vote to leave the European Union (EU) is a game changer in International Relations. Britain’s withdrawal from the EU...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

by Elvin Bailey January 31st is a special date in the electoral calendar of the Federation.  It is the day set in law, by which...

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