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Sunday, April 21, 2019

Team Unity Administration Supports Public-Private Partnership With SKBMRI

Team Unity, which is led by Prime Minister Timothy Harris, encourages public-private partnerships (PPP), and works with entrepreneurs in the private sector to help...

Harris: Team Unity Government Programmes And Policies Have Improved St. Kitts...

In yesterday's feature address at the People's Labour Party third annual National Convention, Prime Minister Timothy Harris said the Team Unity Government, which he...

Lease confusion lands NIA in court

By Monique Washington A government lease that was granted to a businessman over three decades ago has landed the Nevis Housing and Land Development Corporation,...

Harris Reaffirms Solidarity With New Zealand Following Terror Attack

Dr. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, extended his heartfelt condolences to the government and the people of New Zealand yesterday...

Four youth parliamentarians to travel to T&T

By Monique Washington Four youth parliamentarians will be given the opportunity to represent the Nevis Branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) at the 15th Regional...

Development Bank LICB Women’s Team To Compete In Windies Women Championship

The Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis Leeward Islands Cricket Board Women's Team is now in Guyana to prepare for the Windies Women...

HARRIS WELCOMES ECCB’S LAUNCH OF BLOCKCHAIN CURRENCY

Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, has welcomed the decision by the Basseterre-based Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB)...

Legendary fast bowler James ‘Head’ Harris Passes

By Loshaun Dixon One of the best fast bowlers from St. Kitts and Nevis, James "Head" Harris passed away earlier this week bringing shock to his...

Cruise Line Decision Could Bring More Tourists

Florida-based Carnival Cruise Lines announced recently that it is dropping Antigua and Barbuda as ports of call. The announcement did not give a reason...

Preperations Are Being Made For Public Session On Saturday

A large crowd is expected at Patsy Allers Playground in West Basseterre on Saturday for the public session of the third annual National Convention....

PLP re-elects National Executive at convention

BASSETERRE -- With the exception of two positions on the Peoples Labour Party’s (PLP) National Executive where the incumbents did not seek re-election, the entire...

Would-be Scotiabank buyers on regional tour

Port of Spain -- Republic Bank, the entity planning on purchasing Scotiabank in several territories across the region, have been holding a series of...

“Phase 2” of Island Main road rehabilitation to start

BASSETERRE – “Phase 2” of the Island Main road rehabilitation project is set to continue with a signing ceremony for local contractors to be held...

EU excludes SKN from banking blacklist

CHARLESTOWN – St. Kitts and Nevis have been excluded from a list of “non-cooperative jurisdictions” published on Tuesday by the European Union (EU) Council of...

Increased participation expected for tsunami preparation event

CHARLESTOWN -- The Nevis Disaster Management Department (NDMD) is expecting participation on Nevis in CaribWave 2019 to exceed that of 2018, when the annual tsunami...

Students get police dog demonstration

BASSETERRE -- Children from four schools in the Village and McKnight areas were treated to a police dog demonstration led by the Federation’s own top...

Scholarship opportunities for Spanish-speakers

The Organisation of American States (OAS) and Chile are offering scholarships for online Master’s degrees, with all the programmes to be taught in Spanish...

USVI Senator pays courtesy call on Nevis

CHARLESTOWN -- Hon. Eric Evelyn, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture on Nevis expressed delight while welcoming Mr.  Javan E. James, the youngest serving Senator...

Two retire from Development Bank

Basseterre -- Staff at the Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis have recently bid farewell to two long-serving members of staff who have retired...

Policing plan reducing crime: Brandy

Basseterre -- A “robust” policing plan has resulted in a decrease of crimes committed in the Federation this year, Acting Police Commissioner Hilroy Brandy said. “I...

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