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Monday, November 19, 2018

Prison officer and former prisoner part of The Circle of Peace

By Anastasha Elliott Last Thursday the graduating 4A students of the Charlestown Secondary School gathered in the complex for a final fair well with their...

Behavioral patterns must change to minimize AIDS impact

By Liz Rahaman Positive behavior change is needed if St. Kitts and Nevis is to minimize the impact of the dreaded HIV/AIDS epidemic on its...

Browne wins murder case in Tortola

Dr. Browne scores one for client on murder charge By Anastasha Elliott On Monday Mario Pemberton was acquitted of gun charges laid against him as part...

Independent poll shows CCM will get 3 seats

INDEPENDENT POLL SHOWS CCM WILL GET 3 SEATS An independent poll indicates that if elections were held today Premier Vance Amory’s Concerned Citizens Movement will remain...

Shot by Billy Herbert’s House

By Saju Ng’alla and L.K. Hewlett “You live by the gun, you die by the gun,” said Vanessa Murray, sister of Jeremy Murray, who was...

OECS to form new economic union

By Liz Rahaman Twenty-five years after they signed legislation that gave birth to the Treaty of Basseterre, the Prime Ministers of the Organisation of Eastern...

Suspected poisoner could lose food handler’s permit

By Liz Rahaman The caterer, who is suspected of poisoning six primary school children, could have her food handler’s permit revoked for operating without a...

Green valley festival equated to carnival

By L. K. Hewlett Some revellers described the Green Valley Festival as being akin to the St. Kitts annual Carnival celebrations. Especially since Green Valley contains...

Perkins: no apologies for nicing up my constituency

By Anastasha Elliott Area representative for St. Pauls, Michael Perkins, said he would not apologise for criticism that he does too much for his parish. Perkins...

Amory to parents: take responsibility seriously

Premier and Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration Hon Vance Amory, issued a call to parents to take their responsibilities seriously and...

Peanuts lead the way in massive food project

By Liz Rahaman Food production in St. Kitts and Nevis is expected to grow significantly by this year, with some 100 acres of land being...

Watch out for an extra-active hurricane season

By Anastasha Elliott The first tropical storm of the 2006 hurricane season, which officially began on June 1, showered light rain on the Mexican vacation...

Educator implements new teaching method

By L. K. Hewlett Elvis Charles, a veteran teacher of more than 22 years, has embarked on a novel approach to teaching. As project co-ordinator, he...

Day of pray held at Charlestown Methodist Church

2006 hurricane season commenced on June 1st, a day set aside by the Nevis Island Administration for prayer and supplication. A number of Government officials...

Top CoP not optimistic about amnesty month

Amnesty month Commissioner of Police Robert Jeffers is not too optimistic about the targeted result for this month amnesty, based on the lack of response...

T&T business group launches awards program

Liz Rahaman Trinidad and Tobago’s business conglomerate, Ansa McAl Group, on Wednesday launched the Anthony N. Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence in the Federation, aimed...

Strong Performance from Cable & Wireless International

Cable & Wireless plc announces its results for the year ended 31st March 2006 revealing a strong performance from Cable & Wireless International. Harris Jones,...

Drugs and ammo seized

On Tuesday 6th June 2006 officers of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force and Defence Force carried out a search operation in...

No Bail For Zambo

By Anastasha Elliott United States Magistrate Marian W. Payson denied Noel "Zambo" Heath bail on June 1, based on his lack of meaningful ties to...

Bring In The Guns

By Anastasha Elliot In the wake of the amnesty declaration on illegal guns, the Police Force announced that seven illegal guns have been confiscated for...

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