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Sunday, February 25, 2018

READY TO PLAY

The President of North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) expressed confidence in the Federation's preparations to host the Carifta Championships in...

SOLDIERS ON PATROL RECOVER TWO PISTOLS

Two pistols and 12 rounds of ammunition were recovered by soldiers on patrol in the Basseterre area on Dec. 31, 2007. According to a release...

POLICE BLOTTER

Police uprooted 3,580 marijuana plants during operations in the Phillips Mountain area during operations on Jan. 2. The plants ranged in size from seedlings...

GAS PRICES IN FLUX

The maximum price allowed for unleaded gas sold in the Federation has shifted again, according to a release from the Ministry of Finance, with...

WISE PARENTING – DATING AND COURTSHIP

Continued from last week Though most will never admit it, they are almost totally preoccupied throughout their lives with getting, accumulating, satisfying, and focusing on...

PARADES ENLIVEN BASSETERRE

The children’s parade, whose costumes featured “Natural Disasters”, took place on Monday 31st December.  It was time for the kiddies to be in the...

QUEEN MARIECE TAKES IT HOME

It was a night of glamour and talent when six beauties assembled at the Carnival Village on December 28th to vie for the prestigious...

CHF LAUNCHES REGIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

The Caribbean Hotel Foundation (CHF), the non-profit subsidiary of the Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA), announced the launch of its 2008/2009, scholarship program for Caribbean...

PM DOUGLAS SAYS CITIZENS CAN FACE THE NEW YEAR WITH GREAT...

(CUOPM) – The people of the twin-island Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis can look to the new year with great confidence as the...

POLICE BLOTTER

On 28th December 2007, police arrested and charged Alfred Heyliger of Sprott Street for possession of cannabis and possession of cannabis with intent to...

ROAD CLAIMS FIRST VICTIM

As the year ended on the 31st December, tragedy struck the Federation.   Samuel Phillip, a 70-year-old resident of Lodge Village was the victim of...

PARRY PROMISES FIGHT AGAINST CRIME, HIGH PRICES

Nevisian Premier Honourable Joseph Parry rang in the new year with a speech outlining steps to fight high prices, rising crime and a plan...

ROYALTY OF BEAUTY AND KAISO

A wall-to-wall crowd gathered at Carnival Village to witness a fantastic calypso show on Sunday 30th December.  It was a night of excitement and...

EUREKA! WE’VE FOUND WATER

The Nevisian public is thrilled by the news that the drilling activity which is taking place has found good evidence of ground water. This is...

WISE PARENTING – DATING AND COURTSHIP

Continued from last week Most think that “love” is an emotion that takes over a person. This is one reason why the counterfeit feels and...

WHO’S THE MOST TALENTED TEEN?

Organisers of the Caribbean’s Most Prestigious Pageant the Digicel Haynes Smith Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant have announced the confirmed participants for the 28th...

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,...

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