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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

QUICK GUIDE TO GANG GRAFFITI

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Nevis) – To some, graffiti is an eyesore. To others, it is art. Yet to gangs and anti-crime professionals, graffiti...

ZBC LAUNCHES DIGITAL ARCHIVING PROJECT

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - ZIZ Broadcasting Corporation has announced the start of a project to preserve video images from at least...

POLICE OFFICERS GRADUATE COUNTER-TERRORISM COURSE

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (St. Kitts) - Officers of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, along with police officers from other East Caribbean...

GROWTH CONTINUES IN SHIP REGISTRY

By The Observer Staff (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - The most recent ship to make St. Kitts and Nevis Ship Registry its home is the MV...

THREE SOUGHT IN ATTACK THAT LEFT ONE WOUNDED

By the Observer Staff (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – Police are looking for three men wanted for shooting with intent after a man was attacked Feb....

FUNDS COULD BANKROLL 300 NEW HOMES

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - A new infusion of $10 million from the Social Security Board is opening the door to construction of...

BURGLAR WOUNDED IN BREAK-IN

By the Observer Staff (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – A burglar was wounded by police after being caught in a house he had broken into and...

ST. THOMAS FESTIVAL COMMITTEE PRESENTS PRIZES, REMEMBERS VALENCIA

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter (St. Thomas, Nevis) - The St. Thomas Parish Festival Committee on Feb. 9 officially concluded the first-ever St. Thomas Festival with...

MINISTER REPORTS ON BETTER HOMES, NEW HOMES AND FISH KILL

By Floyd French (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – Home improvement, new home construction and a baffling fish kill were all part of a public briefing from...

FEDERATION’S ROTARY CLUBS HOST BARBECUE FOR CHILDREN’S HOME

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter The Rotary Clubs of both St. Kitts and Nevis joined together on Feb. 9 to host a barbeque for the residents...

COPS NAB OVER 100 POT PLANTS

By the Observer Staff (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – Weekend operations bagged over 100 marijuana plants on vacant fields, but no one has been charged and...

AIRPORT BACK TO FULL OPERATIONS

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor Photos courtesy of the Nevis Island Administration. (Newcastle, Nevis) – After more than two weeks of scrambling, shipping, hard work and...

POLICE BLOTTER

On Feb. 8, Dean Boddie of Tabernacle was arrested and charged for the offence of House Breaking and Larceny, committed on Feb. 6. Clefton Phillip...

C&W OFFERS SHARES TO PUBLIC

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - Cable and Wireless announced that it will be offering over 1.6 million ordinary shares to citizens and...

NEVIS BURNS THE VOLCANO BOYS

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter (Coolidge, Antigua) - Stanford 20/20 Nevis Pro Team batted their way into the quarterfinals of the 2008 Stanford 20/20 tournament with...

FIGHTING BREAST CANCER: A GROUP LAUNCH AND A SURVIVOR’S STORY

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Charlestown, Nevis) - A launch event is set for this coming Saturday, Feb. 9, for Pink Lily Breast Cancer Care...

FISH KILL NUMBERS DROP, BUT CAUSE UNKNOWN

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – Fish kill numbers have declined since the initial reports 10 days ago, but officials are still looking...

AIRPORT TEAM READY TO HELP EAGLE SOAR

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Newcastle, Nevis) – Mechanics will be standing by when the transmission needed to fix the airport fire truck arrives and...

DEVELOPER PLEASED WITH PUBLIC LOOK AT PINNEY’S ESTATE PLAN

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Charlestown, Nevis) – A period of public comment and examination of a draft environmental impact plan went well for the...

MINISTRY PREPARES FOR DIPLOMATIC WEEK

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade hopes to the get the world better acquainted with...

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