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Minister of Agriculture Brings attention to Living a Healthy Lifestyle for World Food Day

Minister of Agriculture, the Honourable Eugene Hamilton, said World Food Day 2019 presents his Ministry with the opportunity to draw attention to the hungry;...

Cuba to Rely on Foreign Currencies and Goods

Irma Margarita Martinez Havana, Oct 16 (Prensa Latina) The Minister-President of Cuba's Central Bank (BCC), Irma Margarita Martinez, stated that the national banking system is...

Junior Health Minister commissions new DR system at Alexandra Hospital

Members of the public using the services of the X-Ray Unit at Alexandra Hospital on Nevis can expect a less-time-consuming process thanks to the...

Constituency Number Six teams post impressive wins in Constituency #7 Domino League 

The two teams from Constituency Number Six clinically decimated their opponents at Constituency Number Seven’s Edgar Gilbert Sporting Complex pavilion in Molineux in Tuesday’s...

Caribbean Calling: BA, St. Kitts in CTO Fall Tourist Scheme

  LONDON, UK (16 Oct. 2019) –‘Caribbean Calling’ and integrated consumer-focused campaign throughout October to highlight the diversity of the Caribbean, has been launched by...

Department of Statistics Celebrates Caribbean Statistics Day 2019 With Open Day

The 2019 edition of Caribbean Statistics Day in St. Kitts and Nevis was celebrated with an open day aimed at promoting statistics and heightening...

PM Urges CWWA Conference to Spur Further Action on Caribbean Water Security

The Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, is urging participants to use the 28th Annual Caribbean Water and...

Development Bank official: Latin Festival plays important role in uniting people

The Federation has a rich cultural diversity, and the Latin Festival St. Kitts has in the last ten years played an important role in...

Junior Health Minister: Nevis’ Alexandra Hospital moving with technology

The Alexandra Hospital on Nevis is stepping up its security system for patients in an effort to keep pace with technology, with new identification wrist...

Staff Prepares for Police Force’s Computer-Based Data Collection Transition

Officers and civilian members of staff are taking part in a six-week Basics in Computer Training Course at the Police Training School in prepartation...

Who Are the Kurds, and Why Is Turkey Attacking Them in Syria?

Why did Turkey invade? Why did America leave? How did the Kurds gain so much land? We answer 10 key questions about the Turkish...

200 Latino, Caribbean Rights Groups Beg Haiti Pres. to Resign

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – More than 200 foreign-based human rights groups are calling for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise whom the...

UK: Boris May Be Near Deal in 3 Year Brexit Saga

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to be on the brink of reaching a Brexit deal after making major concessions to EU demands over...

Cuba Expects Bumper Tourist Trade Despite US Blockade

  Telesur- The Caribbean country gets ready for high season in the tourism sector, expecting more than four million visitors, despite the mediation of commercial...

Two US Lawsuits Filed Against Carnival, Cuba for Lost Property

Two Cuban businessmen sued Carnival Cruise Lines Thursday, marking the first-ever lawsuit under a new Trump administration policy that allows...

PR Murder Rate Spurs Governor to Call Emergency Meeting

Crime scene investigator at murder site San Juan, Puerto Rico (Miami Hearld)- Along with hurricanes, a wounded economy and political turmoil, Puerto Rico is facing...

Mexico Sends in Army After 14 Cops Murdered, New Attack Kills 15

Burnt police vehicles BBC- Mexico has sent 80 soldiers and an army helicopter to the western Michoacán state after a shooting in which at least...

Death, Injuries as 7 Story Building Collapses in Brazil

  BBC- A seven-story residential building has collapsed in the city of Fortaleza in north-eastern Brazil, killing at least one person, firefighters say. Seven people were...

Minister Highlights Role of Credit Unions

Minister responsible for Co-operatives, the Honourable Eugene Hamilton cited the four affiliate members of St. Kitts and Nevis National Co-operative League for their role...

High School Students Get Firsthand Knowledge of Importance of Statistics

Students from the Washington Archibald and Verchilds High Schools in St. Kitts Monday were given an education on the importance of statistics and careers...

Minister’s Message Marks Caribbean Statistics Day

The following text is the official message delivered Tuesday by the Honourable Eugene Hamilton to mark the eleventh observance of Caribbean Statistics Day. Fellow Citizens,...

NEVLEC announces power outage for Craddock Road/Ramsbury areas

The Nevis Electricity Company Limited (NEVLEC) released the following advisory regarding a scheduled power outage in the Craddock Road/Ramsbury area. Power outage: Thursday, Oct. 17 Time: 9 a.m....

Government Proud to Partner with the US in Healthcare

Minister of State with responsibility for Health, the Honourable Senator Wendy Phipps hailed the recent visit by the US Naval Ship Comfort to the...

Winners of 2019 Melvin Edwards Excellence Awards Lauded

The Minister of Co-operatives, the Honourable Eugene Hamilton, congratulated the winners of the St. Kitts Co-operative Credit Union 2019 Melvin Edwards Excellence Awards, which...

Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority has new Board of Directors

The Nevis Solid Waste Management Authority installed a new Board of Directors during a ceremony Monday at the Ministry of Communication’s conference room at...

UN Peacekeepers Leave Chaotic Haiti After 15 Years

  Miami Herald- When the United Nations deployed 6,200 blue-helmet soldiers and 1,200 police officers in 2004 to restore order in an unruly Haiti, ruthless...

Half the World’s Coral Reefs Destroyed by Climate Change

Dead Coral The oceans have long been the biggest buffer for humankind’s dangerous greenhouse-gas emissions. Around a quarter of all the carbon dioxide released into...

Trump Will Look Into Anguilla Manslaughter Case

Scott Hapgood President Trump vowed Monday to investigate the case of a Connecticut banker accused of murdering a hotel worker during a family vacation in...

US Immigration: Understanding America’s Revised Public Charge Rule

FLORIDA – As long anticipated, the Trump administration finally released its so-called “public charge rule” last week which will further restrict legal immigration and...

UK Generates More Power from Renewables than Fossil Fuels

It’s been an eventful year for carbon-free energy in the UK. First, Great Britain went a week without coal for the first time since...

New York: DR Immigrant, on Bail, Charged with Killing 4 Homeless Men

Criminal justice organizations twice bailed out an immigrant from the Dominican Republic who has now been accused of going on a murder spree in...

Drug Ring Ambush kills 14 Mexican Police Officers

Burnt police vehicles.  Drugs-related violence has taken a heavy toll in Mexico over the years  BBC=Fourteen police officers have been killed and three injured following...

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