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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Nevis Cotton Farmers Receive Japanese Financial Assistance

Apr. 1 -- The Nevis Sea Island Cotton Producers Co-operative (NESICOPS) received US$97,046 from the Japan Grant Assistance for Grass Roots Human Security on...

Gov’t To Revisit Rate of VAT On Food Medicine Construction Tax...

Consumers may soon see some relief from the 17% Value Added Tax levied on food and medicine when government revisits the VAT rate...

Schools to benefit through C&W’s CONECT program

By Liz Rahaman Telecommunications giant Cable and Wireless has once again showed its commitment and continued support to the community with the launching of its...

The Honorable Shamfa Cudjoe Appointed As Trinidad & Tobago’s New Minister...

The Honorable Shamfa Cudjoe Appointed As Trinidad & Tobago's New Minister Of Tourism Press Release Story Updated: September 14th 2015 at 9:11 am Minister...

NEW WATER WELL COMES ON LINE AND ANOTHER GETS CLOSER

By John Denny Observer Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) – It looks as though Nevis water customers are in for a surprise: Water will flow from our taps...

Gangsta = Slave

GANGSTA = SLAVE By John Denny Observer Reporter (St. Thomas Primary, Nevis) - In an effort to de-glamorize gang culture for school children,...

CCRIF Expands Scholarship Programme Press Release

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, April 8, 2013 – The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) has expanded its scholarship programme to include Caribbean...

Man’s Body Discovered In Frigate Bay by Lk Hewlett

No foul play is suspected in the death of a local man whose body was discovered in Frigate Bay early this morning (Nov...

Opposition debunk claims of possible witch hunting with PAC

Staff Writer With no timeframe set to create a Public Accounts Committee, some criticism has occurred that when installed, the Opposition may be 'witch hunting'...

Editorial More Leadership is Needed from the Police Public Relations Officer

In times of turmoil and crisis, people naturally crave leadership that they can believe in, thus placing their faith in persons who are skillful...

No King Meeko For Senior Kaiso Competition by Monique Washington

Veteran Calypsonian King Meeko will not be allowed to compete for the Senior Kaiso crown on Friday , Culturama Committee has announced. The...

No Confidence! Trott Talk by Amba Trott

The sad saga of The Motion of No Confidence is now stretching into its fifteenth long month. And the long-suffering people of St....

Twenty Officers Complete Investigations Training Course

Twenty Officers Complete Investigations Training Course Jermine Abel Story Updated: August 13th 2015 at 2:27 pm The Police Force received a thrust in its...

Geothermal Energy Seen as Way Forward for Eastern Caribbean

LONDON, United Kingdom – Though geothermal energy is a more involved and expensive undertaking than other renewables, its significant benefits make it an ideal way...

NEVIS STUDIO OWNER WANTS MORE LOCAL MUSICIANS TO BE HEARD

By John Denny Observer Reporter (Paradise Estate, Nevis) – In the music business all his life, producer Colin Tyson has been operating Wildcat Studio for 10...

SHORT WAIT, BETTER SECURITY FOR NEW DRIVER’S LICENSE

By the Observer Staff (Federation of St. Kitts-Nevis) – Officials are urging Federation citizens to get new and improved driver’s licenses that are not only...

To the polls on Monday! By Sheena Brooks

Nationals and residents of St. Kitts and Nevis will head to the polls on Monday January 25th to elect an administration to govern the...

More Trouble Ahead For St. Kitts and Nevis by Kenneth Williams...

A U.S. Department of State official has confirmed to The Observer that the U.S. Justice Department is concerned about several citizens of St....

SKN’s Henry-Martin Assumes Chair of OAS Permanent Council by R. Wilson

Ambassador Jacinth Henry-Martin, Permanent Representative of St. Kitts-Nevis to the OAS, assumed the Chair of the organisation's Permanent Council on Wednesday (Apr 9)....

Kittitian Reappointed to Regional Court

August 24 -- Prominent Kittitian-born jurist, Dr. Joseph S. Archibald QC has been re-appointed for a second three-year term as a Member of the...

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