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Friday, September 20, 2019

HIV/AIDS – not too late to take heed

Each year, the United Nations releases an update on the state of AIDS, and its statistics are cited around the world in hundreds of...

Social Affairs Minister applauds Nevis seniors longevity

Mrs. Viola Maxima Hanley of Gingerland turned 90 years last weekend, an achievement the Hon. Hensley Daniel Minister of Social Development on Nevis believed,...

Valuable life skills being taught

Approximately thirty young persons learnt valuable life skills such as leadership and healthy lifestyles at a workshop which concluded on Wednesday. Sessions for the three-day...

Ministry launches assessment training

The Ministry of Education has successfully launched a project that would see some 60 persons certified as assessors in the near future. The initial...

Premier urges parents to assist with homework

Premier and Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration the Hon. Joseph Parry called for the cooperation of parents in the St. Thomas...

NIA pledge support for nurses

The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) pledged its continued support for nurses on Nevis to ensure the development of a positive practice environment. This commitment was...

Culture minister urges youths to reconnect with history

Minister with responsibility for Culture on Nevis the Honourable Hensley Daniel encouraged Nevisians, in particular the youth, to use the visit by a group...

St. Kitts Red Cross Branch inducts over 100

One hundred and twenty-six persons were enrolled into the St. Kitts Branch of Red Cross last Sunday, May 6. Ms. Sharon Warner Balbosa, St. Kitts...

Nevisians to participate at regional show

The General Manager Oualie Beach Resort, Gerard Vaden Jones, and the Tour Director and Coordinator at the Resort, Stacy Parris will represent the Resort...

New night spot opened “The Spot 2″

It is a lounge basically. What I am trying to create here is a place where people could actually relax more than anything else....

Maude Crosse Honoured; As school named after her

The year 2007 has brought the Charlestown Preparatory School to a new high as they enjoy the renaming of the school after the founder,...

PM updates on development projects

By L.K. Hewlett St. Kitts Reporter Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis Hon. Denzil Douglas has said that most of the development projects alleged to...

Think ‘weather system’, not only ‘hurricane

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter The hurricane season normally runs from June 1 to November 30 but sometimes varies depending weather patterns. Carl Herbert, National Disaster...

Nevis introduces worm production for use in organic farming

The Department of Agriculture on Nevis is determined to move forward with its thrust towards the use of vermiculture to maximise the benefits from...

Biosafety Act reviewed by local and regional interests

The Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis became party to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety on July 15, 2005. The protocol, an international environmental...

Big bucks from cotton by next year

The Department of Agriculture in Nevis is reviving cotton cultivation. Cotton, which was cultivated up to three years ago, is expected to have its...

Two accidents in less than two hours in Key’s Village

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter Two villages' regular Thursday night activities were interrupted due to traffic accidents. One occurred on the main road at Key's...

Send in the clowns

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter The beginning of the Basseterre Magistrate High Court's May assizes is scheduled for next week Tuesday (May 8). Although the...

Junior Achievers hold trade fair

JA is the acronym for Junior Achievement, a program co-ordinated by the ECCB which allows high school students in Forms 3, 4 and 5...

Offenders will pay for illegal sand mining

By L.K. Hewlett St. Kitts Reporter People illegally removing sand from beaches and ghauts may soon find themselves facing a judge and paying heavy fines or...

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