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Saturday, July 20, 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...

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...

Legal Maverick Dr John Anthony Roberts QC CBE has died

By David F. Roberts Dr John Anthony Roberts QC CBE who has died, age 88 was a man credited with many firsts, the most notable...

CULTURAMA FEEL WAS MISSING

Another Culurama has come and gone with many more questions now being asked than ever before. What is factually undisputable is the very low...

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...

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...

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...

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...

“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...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

Voting by persons who reside overseas is not unique to St Kitts-Nevis. An internet search shows that it happens in at least 14 countries.In...

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...

As Popularity of Citizenship-By-Investment Grows, Tighter Vetting by Some Countries Should...

By Lanny J. Davis A U.S. passport is a deeply polarizing document for travelers. With the tensions abroad, holding a U.S. passport can put a...

Chapter 2:12 – “Christ died for all of us”

By Pastor Ron Daniel One of the beautiful things about the crucifixion story is that it is not exclusive.  When Jesus Christ went to the...

Burn the churches? So says Kuba Assegai

By Carl B. Nisbett The headlined question “‘Burn’ the Churches?” is incendiary and provoking language that requires a great deal of thought to consider what...

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 Gaskell Family Nakba

Nakba in the heading means ‘catastrophe’ and is the word used by the Palestinians to describe their forcible eviction from their homeland in 1948....

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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