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Monday, October 25, 2021

Forward not backward

Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley announced on Tuesday that Barbados will become a republic on November 30th of this year. This is significant, because...

‘Inevitable Isn’t Failure’

Guest Editorial submitted by Timothy A Caines   With the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus in SKN, there has been much ado about fault, blame, failure....

An ounce of prevention

Benjamin Franklin in 1736 coined the phrase, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure". One would think that it had something...

Relief at last!

It has been almost two weeks since America placed itself under new management, and the world is already feeling better.  January 20th ushered light...

Equitable learning emphasized as schools prepare for Sept. 7 reopening

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -– As educators, parents and students prepare for the safe reopening of schools on September 7, efforts to ensure equitable learning...

Ministries of Inland Revenue, Finance prepare for effects of reopening borders

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- Plans are being developed to confront major challenges as St. Kitts and Nevis begin the process of reopening. According to...

“Wins and Losses”

Everything in life is a contest; some contests you win others you lose. Everyone experiences both wins and losses over a lifetime.  It’s how...

The Christena Memoriam

Perhaps it was the absence of Culturama this year.  Perhaps it was the special edition of the Nevis House of Assembly, in which all...

Competent Enough: By Kenneth Williams

  By Kenneth Williams Andrew Fahie’s Virgin Islands Party Government from all accounts has been managing the affairs of the Virgin Islands very well. Fahie has been...

Curtains

Curtains The Federation was amongst the earliest nations to close its borders in an effort to control the Corona Virus.  It did so on 25th March, almost...

Elections and Court Action.

  At its very basic level, elections are contests between one or two sets of people. One set will lose and the other set will...

Out of Circulation

Out of Circulation Those of us old enough remember may recall the days of the brassy penny and ha’penny (half penny), and remember when they...

Unity! What Unity?

Examining famous quotes could be very inspiring at times. In talking about those of us who like to say that what we have, we got...

A prudent, timely decision

The swearing in of the new cabinet ministers last Sunday ushered in a new day for St. Kitts and Nevis. The new cabinet is...

Not For Sale

YOU know the saying: if someone offers you something that looks too good to be true, it usually is. And often that something turns...

NO RETURN TO THE COUNTRY’S CRIMINAL PAST PLEASE

On Monday, Prime Minister Timothy Harris delivered an Address to the Nation in which he revealed the date of our imminent election as Friday...

WE ARE READY TO CELEBRATE DEMOCRACY

THE writer H.G. Wells is best known for his science fiction novel “The War Of The Worlds” which imagined a Martian invasion of Earth...

“COUNTRY ABOVE SELF”

EDITORIAL “COUNTRY ABOVE SELF”   WHILE the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has fortunately not led to a single fatality in the Federation it sadly did claim one casualty...

Life lessons.

For our nation’s children, May is a month of reckoning.  At home, SBA’s and IA’s would have already been submitted, and CSeC(Caribbean Secondary Certificates)...

All should be treated equally under the law.

A St. Kitts political leader in the late 1990s told the United States Department of State that campaign funds were collected from Charles ‘Little...

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