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Don’t Forget Arthur Porter By GA Dwyer Astaphan

In Parliament earlier this week, Denzil Douglas accused Timothy Harris of economic terrorism. And nobody reprimanded him for such un-parliamentary language. Of course,...

CSS Continues Diamond Anniversary Celebrations By Patrice Pemberton

The Charlestown Secondary School (CSS) celebrated its 60th birthday on Monday, May 24. In connection with the anniversary, a social was thrown for the...

Premier Parry Leads Delegation to Middle-East

June 16 -- Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry, left the Federation on Tuesday evening, June 15, leading a delegation of four to...

Nevis” Primary School Computer Teachers Receive Training

September 10 -- Computer teachers from the seven Public Primary Schools on Nevis will be better equipped to deal with a new computer system...

CTO Foundation offering Tourism Scholarships Press Release

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (24 March 2014) - The April 15, 2014 deadline is fast approaching for persons keen on pursuing tourism studies at the...

CTO Chairman For Caribbean Week Toronto Press Release

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (12 May 2014) - The Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Beverly Nicholson-Doty will lead the agency's efforts to engage...

TROTT TAby LK-Whither Nevis..? by Amba Trott

Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the U. K. at 4,408 ft. above sea level. That's a good bit higher than our...

SKN Red Cross Distributes Relief Packages

July 22 -- The St. Kitts and Nevis Red Cross Society distributed several relief packages to the affected residents in the area of St....

SKN Legal Fraternity Reacts To Murder of SC Seetahal by Lk...

The legal fraternity of St. Kitts-Nevis joins the rest of the region mourning and condemning the murder of Senior Counsel Dana S. Seetahal...

Douglas Small Gang Ask Washie

In the days of slavery, the plantation owner had a way of breaking in Negroes to the plantation and slave routine. This was...

BHS Facing Another Teacher Strike? by R. Wilson

Basseterre High School faculty could once again take active protest measures over possible recontamination of the school. The Observer has learned that teachers...

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...

PM sets date for VAT implementation By Sheena Brooks

The Value Added Tax (VAT) legislation is required to be passed By May 2010 followed By its implementation on November 1, says Prime Minister...

British High Commissioner Looking Foward To Visiting SKN by LK Hewlett

Several Diplomats to attend Independence 30 celebrations British High Commissioner to the Eastern Caribbean H.E. Paul Brummell says he is looking forward to...

T&T Minority Leader Addresses PAM Convention

July 5 -- "The challenges now faced By the People's Action Movement will be only small obstacles that will be overcome if the goal...

ECCB Outlines Facts Relevant to its Intervention into the Bank of...

Basseterre, St Kitts, 18 February 2010 - It has been brought to the attention of the authorities that a group purporting to represent the...

Man Claims Box with Cannabis; Questioned

June 1 – Police held a man for questioning after he turned up to claim a shoe box which contained a very small amount...

Slight Decrease in Fires Compared to 2009

June 4 - According to statistics released By the St. Kitts-Nevis Fire Prevention Office, the number of actual fires in the Federation decreased for...

Harris and Condor officially Cross The Floor Opposition Benches Now With...

The Opposition benches saw two new additions on Monday when former government Ministers Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris and Hon. Sam Condor abandoned their...

Town Hall Meeting Held on Proposed Fisheries Complex By Patrice Pemberton

A town hall meeting was held on Thursday, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Red Cross Building in Charlestown, Nevis. The invited guest...

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