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Saturday, June 23, 2018

CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES AT FRIGATE BAY

(CUOPM)– Phase One which began in June this year will see the construction of 16 hillside apartments which will be complete by September 2008....

NEVIS ISLAND MAIN ROAD READY BY XMAS

Construction Manager Mr. Desmond Lewis of Surrey Paving and Aggregate Ltd., a Jamaican based company contracted to construct 8.5 kilometers of the Nevis Island...

7.4 EARTHQUAKE RATTLES REGION

An earthquake of 7.4 magnitude struck the Caribbean Thursday. The earthquake hit around 3 pm EST, centered 26 miles southeast of Roseau, the capital of...

WILL THERE BE ANY BANNED CALYPSOES?

By Shanique Richards St. Kitts Reporter Many people are of the opinion that certain calypso songs will be banned from the radio if they are anti-government,...

THIEVES TARGETING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

On Tuesday November 27, 2007 the following matters were heard at District C Magistrate Court presided over by Magistrate Yasmine Clarke. Dwight ‘Barber’ Richards of...

WATER FOUND ON NEVIS

Junior Minister in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) with responsibility for Public Utilities Honourable Carlisle Powell, announced Friday November 23, 2007, that he had...

WANTED

The police are soliciting the assistance of the general public in locating the whereabouts of 19-year-old Bernard Berry of Cardin Avenue and 21-year-old Denzil...

WARRANTS OUT FOR MEN WANTED FOR ROBBERY INVESTIGATION

The police are soliciting the assistance of the general public in locating the whereabouts of 19-year-old Bernard Berry of Cardin Avenue and 21-year-old Denzil...

IMF SAYS ST. KITTS-NEVIS DEFICIT REMAINS HIGH, DESPITE SURPLUS

The Washington-based International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that, despite two consecutive years of primary fiscal surpluses, the public debt in St Kitts and...

WISE PARENTING – DATING AND COURTSHIP

Continued from last week Why don’t they consider themselves fools? Because they ignore the signs of infatuation. Actually, they do not even see them, because...

YOUNG DANCERS IN SPOTLIGHT AGAIN

One of the most celebrated and dynamic dance groups is gearing up to be in the spotlight once again.  The Children's Dance Theatre (CDT)...

MARK IN MAHOGANY – A TRIBUTE TO SUCCESS

This exquisite piece of sculptured art was carved exclusively by hand by Nevisian artist Isiah Parry, pictured holding the artwork, from one piece of...

NEVER LOSE SIGHT OF YOUR DREAMS, GRADUATES TOLD

One hundred and fifty seven students of the Charlestown Secondary Graduating Class 2007, received strong admonition from Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education...

NEVIS TEACHERS GET EXTRA MILE AWARDS

Principal Education Officer in Nevis Mrs. Jennifer Hodge described teaching as a form of higher calling and a public service which ultimately shaped the...

TROTT BEGINS ANTI-NOISE CAMPAIGN

Amba Trott, playwright and author of the book Nonsense in Nevis, on Monday, November 19, 2007 announced the beginning of an anti-noise campaign in...

ROTARY SPONSORS JUDY

Ms. Judy Gumbs has returned home after successfully completing a two-year therapy course in Barbados. She received this with funding of Optimum Chance which...

STANFORD: CARIBBEAN MAY BE ATTRACTING WRONG INVESTORS

Texas-born billionaire Sir Allen Stanford has suggested that the Caribbean is attracting the wrong kind of investors to its shores, while at the same...

GUNPLAY GETS TREVIS 4-YEARS IN THE SLAMMER

On Wednesday November 14, 2007 Lawton Forbes of Hamilton pleaded guilty to Robbery. The offence took place on February 27, 2007 at Charlestown. The...

NEVIS WOWS BRITISH TRAVEL EXECUTIVES

Nevis was highly visible among 200 destinations that were featured at this year’s World Travel Market (WTM) which took place in London, from November...

US$380,000 FROM TAIWAN

“I am pleased to make the donation of US$230,000 to the Ministry of Agriculture to purchase one mid-sized fishing boat and next year my...

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