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Sunday, September 23, 2018

NEVIS WOMEN HONOURED FOR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS

By the Observer Staff (Charlestown, Nevis) – As part of International Women’s Day, five Nevisian women were honored by Department of Social Services Gender Affairs...

SKN World Championship Team Revealed Kim Collions Not On The List...

The team of athletes to represent St. Kitts-Nevis at the 2013 IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia August 10-18 has been announced sans...

Leewards win thriller over Guyana

By Loshaun Dixon  Basseterre, St. Kitts-The leeward Island Hurricanes was triumphant over Guyana Jaguars in a 4-day game that was decided in final hour of...

POLICE BLOTTER

ARRESTS Jeff Anthony of Upper College Street was on Monday 11th August 2008 arrested and charged with the offence of simple larceny. Joseph Alfred King of...

Mixed reactions on Dr. Douglas telling Social Activist to bag her...

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  While a government department and a political activist have been venting their displeasure over what many termed an inflammatory...

Edward Bailey, 102, receives delegation visit

  Edward Bailey, 102, receives delegation visit From SKNIS BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - Saddlers Village resident Brother Edward Bailey, 102, was graced with a home visit for his birthday...

CHTA’S Caribbean Travel Marketplace Returns To Puerto Rico Convention Center Press...

JAN. 28-30, 2015 Region's Most Important Marketing Event Expected To Draw Over 1,200 International Delegates THE CARIBBEAN (June 2, 2014) - Caribbean Travel...

Customer Service Workshop

Pelican Mall, Basseterre February 19, 2010 - In its continued efforts to raise standards for customer service industry in St. Kitts, the St. Kitts...

Department of Gender Affairs empowers women at HMP to become entrepreneurs

Photo: Shinnel Charles   Department of Gender Affairs empowers women at HMP to become entrepreneurs ...

C.A.R.E. Nevis Animal Society-2013-The Year In Review “Saving Lives Four Paws...

July-December 2013 part 2 July and August The summer months in Nevis are always quiet. This was a period where we were able...

Sandy Point Children Invited to COMCENTAPLAY

July 27 -- The St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association in conjunction with SPIRIT (Sandy Pointers Inspiring Real Improvement Throughout) invites all children in...

Braziers Road Improvement Project ends; PWD completes 12,000 feet of roadway

Photo 1: Final asphalting works by the Public Works Department in the Nevis Island Administration Nov. 15 complete the project...

ECCB Sponsors OECS/ECCB Under 23 Netball Tournament for 20th Year

June 8 -- The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) continues to demonstrate its commitment to the development of netball in the Eastern Caribbean Currency...

Manhunt Still On For Suspected Murderer Kemo Flemming by R. Wilson...

Police are still on the hunt for a young man suspected of being involved in the June 2nd murder of 31-year-old Sheldon "Sword"Cannonier....

Number of Guns in the Federation Steadily Increasing

July 26 -- The number of weapons seized By police in St. Kitts and Nevis has almost eclipsed the total seized in all of...

Dottin Sets Record as Windies Stun South Africa

May 5 -- Deandra Dottin, the 18-year-old West Indies Women's team allrounder, created history on Wednesday morning when she made the first ever century...

Patrick “South”Weekes Shot While Out On Bail by LK Hewlett

Patrick "South"Weekes of Bird Rock is recovering from emergency surgery after being shot Saturday night (June 14). Sometime around 7 that night Weekes...

SKNDF moves to eradicate graffiti

By Anastasha Elliott The St. Kitts Nevis Defence Force has taken the fight against crime one step further with the launch of graffiti eradication exercise. Currently...

Taiwanese donate $50,000 in the assisting of human-monkey conflict

The Republic of Taiwan (China) has donated EC$50,000 to help to assist in the human-monkey conflict on Nevis. The Nevis Island Administration received a total...

PM Douglas Denies Facing Hostility In St. Vincent by Lk Hewlett

Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas said the people of St. Vincent had shown him no hostility since he arrived on the island...

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