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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

UK Doctor Dispels Myths, Relates Facts About Coronavirus

A UK doctor has cut through all the fog to bring you his no-nonsense guide on everything you need to know about coronavirus. Cardiologist Dr...

Caribbean Preparing to Reopen: What is Known So Far

Over the next few weeks, several Caribbean islands plan to cautiously reopen to international tourism, joining those destinations that have already reopened or that began...

Dr. Harris Hails Historic Victory as Vote Count Continues

Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris, even though the vote count is still incomplete, affirms Team Unity has secured more than enough seats to form...

California businessman arrested on drug charges

By Kenichi Serino A California businessman who came to St. Kitts this week offering what he said was billions in dollars in cannabis business has...

SKN cautious on border reopening

As some territories in the Caribbean and countries around the world start to welcome visitors after closing their borders due to COVID-19, the Federation is...

PM Speaks: Curfew Relaxed-Bars, Restaurants, Beaches to Open, Borders Still Closed

By Loshaun Dixon The easing of regulations for COVID-19 are continuing in St. Kitts and Nevis after Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris announced a later...

Businessman arrested for drugs promises legal fightback

By Kenichi Serino A businessman who came to St Kitts to make deals growing cannabis and was later arrested on drug charges, has denied the...

THE SAND BAR THAT ALMOST SPARKED A WAR

TRAVEL: by Eric Mackenzie Lamb About fifteen years ago, I was piloting one of our aircraft from Puerto Rico to Trinidad after a routine maintenance inspection....

Walters found guilty for murder of teen girl

By Monique Washington It took a jury only two hours to convict 26-year-old Reese Walters of the murder of 15-year-old Shante Claxton, who was found...

St. Kitts and Nevis hotels preparing to reopen, welcome back guests

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The full reopening of the hotel sector in St. Kitts and Nevis is expected to come within the next few...

PM Harris Jams It Up at J’ouvert

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, December 27, 2019 (MMS-SKN) -- Prime Minister, Dr the Hon Timothy Harris, was among thousands of revellers who streamed into the...

Government changes policy on citizenship by marriage

On Thursday (May 16), Prime Minister Timothy Harris clarified any misperception as it relates to his Cabinet’s recent policy shift regarding the number of...

Jamaican Immigrant 1st Black Woman to Head US Military Sealift Command

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Among the thousands of Jamaican immigrants that move to the United States and maintain the standard of excellence is Navy Captian Janice...

Brothers slapped with more than 20 charges

Brothers slapped with more than 20 charges By Monique Washington Tivonne and Travonne Bryant have been charged with a combined 22 charges from both customs and...

Guyanese woman found dead in Long Point

Guyanese woman found dead in Long Point By Monique Washington A young woman said to be in her mid-30s has been found dead in a house...

Juvenile charged with murder in Sgt. Davis case

Juvenile charged with murder in Sgt. Davis case From the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - A juvenile from the St. Paul’s...

Health Warning as Rare Saharan Dust Cloud Hits the Caribbean

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - A vast cloud of Sahara dust is blanketing the Caribbean as it heads to the U.S. with a...

Renowned Regional Pollster Thinks Team Unity Could Increase Seat Count

By Political Reporter  Director of Caribbean Development Research Services, Peter Wickham, thinks that a two to three percent vote swing in favor of Team Unity,...

Necker Island: What’s It Like at Richard Branson’s Tiny Bit of...

MirrorOnline- Richard Branson has been the proud owner of Necker Island in the Caribbean since 1978 when he bought it for around £150,000. The businessman,...

Tsunami Warning for Caribbean After Quake off Honduras Coast

The US Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said tsunami waves were possible for several countries in the Caribbean and Central America, as well as Mexico,...

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