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Sunday, September 15, 2019

PLASTIC CHALLENGE: IT’S BAG TO THE DRAWING BOARD

Plastic Challenge: It’s Bag to the Drawing Board By John Denny Observer Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) – After meeting with business owners and members of the Nevis Historical...

ANSAR 2008 IN ST. KITTS DEEMED THE BEST EVER

ANSAR 2008 in St. Kitts Deemed the Best Ever By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - Mr. Calvin James and Mr. George Richards, both...

BRANTLEY: CRIME NOT A POLITICAL ISSUE

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Charlestown, Nevis) – The issue of crime on Nevis appears to be the subject of a difference of opinion between...

GRANT SEEKS CHURCH SUPPORT AGAINST CRIME

By Steve Thomas Observer Nevis Editor (Conaree, St. Kitts) – The leader of the People’s Action Movement is calling on church leaders to lend their voices...

DR. HARRIS INNER CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE OFFICIALLY OPENS

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Molineux Site, St. Kitts) The Dr. Timothy Harris Inner City Basketball League began with much fanfare on Saturday, June 21...

THREE QUALIFY FOR OLYMPICS 2008 AT SILVER JUBILEE STADIUM

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) Three Kittians have qualified for the summer Olympic games to be held in Beijing, China, from Aug....

SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS FOR MUSIC FESTIVAL

(Basseterre, St. Kitts) - The following release was issued by the Royal St. Kitts- Nevis Police: This year's music festival will be held at the...

CONSTRUCTION ON DRAG STRIP PROCEEDING WELL

By John Denny Nevis Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - The Nevis Island Authority promise of bringing drag racing to Nevis is slowly becoming a reality. The drag...

TDC GROUP OF COMPANIES RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEES

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts)- The St .Kitts Nevis Anguilla Trading and Development Co. Ltd (TDC), at their 35th Annual General Meeting...

BUS FARE INCREASE WAS SECONDARY GOAL, SAYS PRESIDENT

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) -  Bus drivers in St. Kitts were harshly criticised by the travelling public after some of them refused...

HURRICANES ARE COMING

By John Denny Observer Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - Rain has finally started to fall and though lawns and gardens love the moisture, the rainy season is...

FOOD PRODUCTION UP, COST EFFECTIVENESS UNKNOWN

By Floyd French Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) -  The Ministry of Agriculture has recently reported an increase in the production of food crops and livestock...

SLACK’S PRE-SCHOOL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - The month of June has been set aside in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis...

FOCUS AT FRUIT FESTIVAL IS “LOCAL

By John Denny Nevis Reporter (Prospect, Nevis) - The Department of Agriculture will be hosting the 4th annual Fruit Festival at The Villa Grounds in Charlestown...

ANSAR: RETURNING NATIONALS SHOW SIGN OF UNITY

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Frigate Bay, Basseterre) - In a show of unity and friendship, members of the Anguilla, Nevis and St. Kitts Associations...

NEVIS COMMUNITY CRIME INITIATIVE DELIVERS REPORT

By John Denny Observer Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - A new report says that "although crime on Nevis has caused great alarm throughout the island it is...

FORGOTTEN MAN

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) - There has been no official word yet from the Government of the Federation of St. Kitts...

DR. HARRIS INNER CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE SET TO TAKE OFF

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Molineux Site, St. Kitts) - The Dr. Timothy Harris Sponsored Inner City Basketball League is set to take off on...

FEDERATION HOSTS NATIONAL OLYMPICS QUALIFYING TRIALS

By Lesroy W. Williams Observer Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts)- The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis hosts the National Olympic Qualifying Trials from June 21-22 at...

ARMED ROBBERY AT NEVIS RESTAURANT

By John Denny Nevis Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - The latest spike in gun violence around town is showing no signs of letting up. At around 10:15 p.m....

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