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British high commissioner presents credentials to St. Kitts and Nevis’ PM

British high commissioner presents credentials to St. Kitts and Nevis’ PM From the press unit in the Office of the Prime Minister BASSETERRE, St. Kitts –...

The Sun Shines on Llewellyn ‘Sunshine’ Caines at 2017 Heart And...

By S. Williams  Llewellyn ‘Sunshine’ Caines, manager-owner of the internationally acclaimed Sunshine’s Beach Bar and Grill, was one of three Nevisians recognised at the 2017 Hearts...

Nevis cable television rates will remain the same for now

The Nevis Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has directed that the proposed rate increases by the Caribbean Cable Television of Nevis be suspended from March...

Murder Victim’s Vehicle Found Investigation into recent murders continue by Monique...

Hours after the late Kishmoy Challenger was laid to rest on Saturday (May 25), the police recovered his vehicle which was allegedly taken...

Diplomatic relations established with Republic of Rwanda

LONDON -- At the St. Kitts and Nevis High Commission, High Commissioner, His Excellency Dr. Kevin M. Isaac and Her Excellency Ms. Yamina Karitanyi,...

Agricultural sector development key to sustaining the economy

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- A strong agricultural sector remains vital to the success of a diversified economy and food security in St. Kitts and...

PetroCaribe Agreement will enable access to energy at better conditions

By L. K. Hewlett The Federation is set to benefit from the signing of another PetroCaribe agreement. The Federation and the Bolivian Republic of Venezuela have...

NEVIS MAN TO APPEAR IN DOCUMENTARY

By John Denny Observer Reporter (Charlestown, Nevis) - An elderly local guitar craftsman and fisherman, Mr. Owen Bussue, was interviewed by the Nevis Historical and Conservation...

Harbor Foundation supplies students with ‘back-to-school’ supplies

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- The continued commitment of the Christophe Harbour Foundation, (CHF), to the development of young people in St. Kitts, and also...

Get Up To Speed On Environmental Issues Press Release

Enhance your knowledge on environmental issues this Friday, June 20, by joining the celebration of World Environment Month. The Department of Physical Planning...

Time for Truth and Reconciliation by Stevenson Manners

Rob Steen, sportswriter and senior lecturer in sports journalism at the University of Brighton (England), reports in a May 9 Cricinfo article "A...

Entrepreneur Development Center to open soon, offer services

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- Entrepreneurs are being encouraged to take full advantage of the services that will be offered during upcoming weeks at the...

Byron-Nisbett encourages exercise

Senator Akilah Byron-Nisbett, Team Unity’s Caretaker for St. Christopher Three (West Basseterre), has sent out an unambiguous message to all and sundry that she...

Preserving an Architectural Heritage

PRESERVING AN ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE By Jill Fergus As the Caribbean proliferates with modern hotels touting sleek designs and the latest high-tech gadgets, it's easy...

230 Canadian Visa Applicants Receive Biometrics Screening

Officers from the Canadian High Commission, Bridgetown, facilitated biometrics processing at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort for citizens and residents of the Federation of...

FISH KILL NUMBERS DROP, BUT CAUSE UNKNOWN

By Nikieta Liburd Nevis Reporter (Basseterre, St. Kitts) – Fish kill numbers have declined since the initial reports 10 days ago, but officials are still looking...

Six women of substance honoured

By Suelika N. Buchanan “Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size But when I start to tell...

PM Douglas: Federal Gov’t Not Responsible For Paying NIA Salaries by...

Coming on the heels of much criticism regarding the federal government's 'inaction' in the NIA salary non-payment last week, Prime Minister Hon. Dr....

VAT Coming By November By Sheena Brooks

Value Added Tax (VAT) will be implemented in St. Kitts-Nevis By November, according to Governor General His Excellency Sir Cuthbert Sebastian. During his delivery...

Young People Speak Out on Crime

By Demella Dalton Observer Staff Member (Charlestown, Nevis) - Violence and crime today have increased in the Federation over these past years. Many...

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