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IT Expert Outlines How You Can Prevent Cyber Threats

IT Expert Outlines How You Can Prevent Cyber Threats


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): With cybercrime on the rise in the Caribbean region, and St. Kitts and Nevis having a 79.4% level of internet penetration, it is important that citizens take the necessary measures to protect themselves when using the internet. Speaking on WINN FM’s The Conversation programme Wednesday (June 21), Genelle Lake, an …

Music Festival 2017: Fans Ready For Mavado, Shabba Ranks

Music Festival 2017: Fans Ready For Mavado, Shabba Ranks


The soca fans showed up and showed out Thursday for the opening night of the 2017 St. Kitts Music Festival, jumping and waving right down past 4am.Though the crowd was not as large as last year’s patrons brought the energy, creating the fete-type vibe the Committee had envisioned.Although Voice, Lyrikal, Teddyson John, and Square One …

Emotional Vigil Held For Leanna Napoleon

Emotional Vigil Held For Leanna Napoleon


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): It was an emotional ceremony at the Basseterre High School Grounds Wednesday night as classmates, friends, staff and relatives gathered for a candle light vigil to say goodbye to the slain student, Leanna Napolean. Amid the tears and soft cries coming from those gathered, Basseterre High principal Maurice Benjamin, offered …

Third murder suspect in police custody

Third murder suspect in police custody


BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – THE third individual suspected in the brutal murder of 17-year-old Leanna Napoleon is currently in police custody. Police have informed that 19-year-old Ivan ‘Chineyman’ Phillip of Shadwell, for whom they had issued an arrest warrant in relation to Napoleon’s death, had turned himself in to officers at the Basseterre Police Station …

SPBS 2017 Scholarship Opportunities

SPBS 2017 Scholarship Opportunities


The primary goal of SPBS is unchanged – to support eligible Charles E. Mills Secondary School (CEMSS) students and graduates at all stages whether incoming freshmen to current college students.We endeavor to provide critical support for students in college and build a “family” of new leaders and future servants for the CEMSS community. Scholarship Eligibility …

Eat Local Day takes center stage once again

Eat Local Day takes center stage once again


Friday 30th June, 2017 marks a milestone achievement for the Agriculture Department here on St. Kitts as the “Eat Local Day” event celebrates its tenth year of great success under the theme “Support Our Farmers, Eat Local”.With the influx of fast food chains in St. Kitts, there have been numerous concerns within the Agricultural & …

CPA Conference delegates fall in love with Nevis on brief visit

CPA Conference delegates fall in love with Nevis on brief visit


At least one of over 60 parliamentarians who visited Nevis on June 20, 2017, says her visit to Nevis brought her divine intervention.Hon. Portia Stubbs Smith from the Turks and Caicos Islands, told the Department of Information that her visit to the Bath Stream was a rewarding one.“It was good to be able to experience …

St Kitts Diabetes Association Checks Up On the Youth

St Kitts Diabetes Association Checks Up On the Youth


The St Kitts diabetes association in collaboration with the St Kitts and Nevis Red Cross Society, will carried out a screening exercise at the St Paul’s primary school, on Thursday 22nd June as part of a program to determine the magnitude of the diabetes problem amongst our young people.According to the group’s PRO Dr Reginald …

Female Sprinters to Represent SKNAAA at 2017 Trinidad & Tobago Nationals

Female Sprinters to Represent SKNAAA at 2017 Trinidad & Tobago Nationals


A quartet of female sprinters shall be representing the St. Kitts and Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) at the 2017 Trinidad & Tobago National Open Championships. This came about upon the invitation of the National Association of Athletics Administration of Trinidad and Tobago (NAAATT). The team shall comprise of the following: Donnell Esdaille – Head …

Commissioner Queeley: Heavy investment in National Security will yield results

Commissioner Queeley: Heavy investment in National Security will yield results


Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ian Queeley, remains confident that the recent investment in National Security by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis will continue to yield positive results. The commissioner, however, urged citizens and residents to be patient as additional projects and programmes are rolled out over time. Appearing as a guest on Wednesday’s …

Hundreds paid tribute to Leanna Napoleon

Hundreds paid tribute to Leanna Napoleon


IT was a sombre evening as family members, friends, teachers, students, politicians and members of the public gathered on the Basseterre High School grounds Wednesday evening (June 21) for a candlelight vigil in memory of the late Leanna Napoleon. The 17-year-old went missing for some six weeks and her body was discovered by police on …

Husband commends police for saving the night, great job he says

Husband commends police for saving the night, great job he says


A local couple took the time on Thursday (June 22) to commend the Police and express their appreciation for the actions of Officers in response to an incident of Robbery involving his wife on Wednesday night (June 21).The husband told the Commissioner, “I want to commend the Police for their quick response to my wife’s …