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Monday, November 12, 2018

New radio program from SKNIS

By L.K.  Hewlett The airwaves of St. Kitts are about to be hit with a new radio programme that focuses on socio-economic development issues. Director of...

Midwestern State University’s Annual Honors Banque

Students from St. Kitts and Nevis racked up significant honors at Midwestern State University’s Annual Honors Banquet on April 29th. Hezon Wade of Nevis...

Nevis’ newest school invites public to tour

By Anastasha Elliott The newest school on Nevis, Bellevue International Primary School, at 1 p.m. today will hold an open-day with tour sessions and presentations. The...

Bajan psychiatrist facilitates mental health workshop

By Anastasha Elliott The collaborated hosting of a two day workshop on mental health has been called a “very touching and sensitive moment.” On Tuesday and...

The SANDWATCH Programme

By Anastasha Elliott Third form students of the Lyn Jeffers High School last weekend while engaging in a beach evaluation exercise detected coliform in the...

Plans on stream to protect Newcastle Reef

By Anastasha Elliott A recent marine examination of the reef from the Newcastle area to Nisbett Plantation has resulted in a plan to make the...

Amory names candidates, but not voting date

The people of Nevis are expecting their next Nevis Island Assembly elections very soon. Sooner than the constitutionally due date of September 7, 2006 This...

Ex-Sugar workers learn new skills

By L. K. Hewlett Elvira Morton was a cane cutter for many years. Now, she has moved on to other things. There is no skin scorching sun,...

Three years in slammer for gunslinger Lloyd

By Anastasha Elliott Lloyd Lewis of Bath Village who has been remanded since April 22 has been convicted and sentenced to two consecutive sentences of...

Teenagers prominent in arrests

Police arrested Devon “X-Man” Hodge of the Alley, Sandy Point, and charged him with wounding with intent. Police said the incident took place on...

Dancing Queen survives two bullets

By Saju Ng’alla Two lovers, one bed — uninvited, come a barrage of bullets: and the lovers are shot. In this story the lovers don’t die,...

TDC donates fridge to St. Kitts power station

Recently, the TDC Group of Companies continued its investment in the development of the business sector in the Federation, when it donated a Daewoo...

Tour operators hold symposium

By L.K. Hewlett The second annual Tour Operators Symposium concluded here last Saturday with ‘A Taste of St. Kitts’ farewell dinner at the St. Kitts...

UNESCO continues to train youth

By Anastasha Elliott Federation’s youth, along with facilitators and stakeholders last Saturday came together for training session training as part of the UNESCO Youth Path...

Quality customer service workshop

By L.K. Hewlett We see it, hear it, and experience it on a regular basis. Bad customer service is fast becoming akin to a national...

2004 Elections still being challenged in court

By Saju Ng’alla Violations of any principles of the law, governing the electoral process, should void the results of the election, said Ariel Missick, lead...

Vern N. Llew Pre-school holds open house

By Anastasha Elliott The Vern N Llew Pre School on Tuesday held an open day and art and craft exhibition where parents and members of the general...

Franz Browne awarded another degree

By Nigel Jameson Franz Browne, a leading practitioner of massage and manipulative therapy here on Nevis and in other parts of the Caribbean, has been...

Improved road access for Stoney Grove

In a move to ensure a better road network throughout Charlestown, the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) is in the process of preparing designs for...

Beefed-up security for international finance sector

The Nevis International Insurance (Amendment) Ordinance, 2006 which received safe passage in the Nevis Island Assembly on Wednesday 3rd May at Hamilton House, will...

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