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Liburd: Labour Not Getting Due Credit

Liburd: Labour Not Getting Due Credit


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party is not being giving credit for the progress it brought to the country while in government, according to former health minister Marcella Liburd. SKNLP Chairperson Liburd says that while during the current independence anniversary celebrations the government’s championing its short stint in office …

Nevis Geothermal Project Moving Along; Production Drill Rig Expected Shortly

Nevis Geothermal Project Moving Along; Production Drill Rig Expected Shortly


NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 23, 2016) — Residents of Nevis will soon see tangible activity related to the geothermal development project on the island. Word of that development came from Premier of Nevis and Minister of Finance in the Nevis Island Administration Hon. Vance Amory when he delivered an address at the 10th annual Consultation …

NIA Revenue For 2016 On Trend To Surpass 2015 Figures

NIA Revenue For 2016 On Trend To Surpass 2015 Figures


St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Based on data from the first eight months of this year, projections are that revenue collect by the Nevis Island Administration in 2016 will surpass the amount collected in the previous year. This was revealed by Colin Dore, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance in the NIA, during his …

Contraband Items Continue To Enter Her Majesty’s Prison

Contraband Items Continue To Enter Her Majesty’s Prison


St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Contraband items continue to make their way into Her Majesty’s Prison. Earlier this week, a search operation conducted at Her Majesty’s Prison on St. Kitts and a simultaneous search at the Prison Farm on Nevis turned up a number of contraband items including cell phones, SIM cards, cash, home-made shanks …

Prime Minister Harris pursues hectic schedule in New York

Prime Minister Harris pursues hectic schedule in New York


Prime Minister, Dr. the Hon Timothy Harris is pursuing a very busy schedule ahead of his address to the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday, September 24, 2016.Prime Minister Harris, who is also lead spokesman for CARICOM on Human Resources, Health and HIV, was special guest at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) on Every Caribbean …

St. Kitts Shines at Tourism Youth Congress

St. Kitts Shines at Tourism Youth Congress


BASSETERRE (23rd September, 2016): St. Kitts Junior Minister of Tourism, Dahneira Hodge, placed fourth at the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Tourism Youth Congress, which was recently held in Barbados. The 2016 Tourism Youth Congress comprised of Tourism Junior Ministers representing fifteen Caribbean nations, debating on various facets of the tourism sector, to share their visions …

Republic of Chile Donates Five HP Laptops To Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

Republic of Chile Donates Five HP Laptops To Ministry Of Foreign Affairs


Ministry of Foreign Affairs, St. Kitts and Nevis, September 23, 2016—His Excellency Eduardo Javier Bonilla Menchaca, Ambassador of the Republic of Chile based in Jamaica, and accredited to the Federation, handed over five (5) HP laptops for the Ministry’s use to Ms Kaye Bass, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The relations between …

New Law Term 2016-2017 Begins

New Law Term 2016-2017 Begins


The new law term of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court opened on Tuesday.Lawyers of the private and public bar in the federation gathered at the Wesley Methodist Church for the traditional church service to signal the start of the new law term 2016-2017.Following the service, the St. Kitts Nevis Defence Force Band led a march …

Historic Exhibition Centre opens at Eco Park

Historic Exhibition Centre opens at Eco Park


ONE of the Federation’s leading archaeologists has captured and documented more of the country’s rich cultural history in the areas of slavery and life on the plantation. Principle Archaeologist and Consultant at C. Gill Consulting, Cameron Gill, has designed a new centre showcasing that rich history.The centre includes the names of slaves and archaeological finds …

Ministry of Tourism and the St Kitts Eco-Park Celebrate First Sugar Festival

Ministry of Tourism and the St Kitts Eco-Park Celebrate First Sugar Festival


The Ministry of Tourism and the St. Kitts Eco-Park recently joined together to celebrate sugar and its rich history by holding the first Sugar Festival and Exhibition.Minister of Tourism, Honourable Lindsay Grant, said during the September 21 event that “our history and our heritage are at the very heart of our tourism product.” It was …

Bureau of Standards undergoes procedures upgrade

Bureau of Standards undergoes procedures upgrade


The St. Kitts and Nevis Bureau of Standards (SKNBS) is currently taking part in a project involving training toward a procedures upgrade that will enable the facility to better protect the health of locals and inform entrepreneurs on preparing their goods for the international market.The training which is dubbed “Enhancing the National Quality Infrastructure of …

Archivist explains the functions of the national archives of St. Kitts and Nevis

Archivist explains the functions of the national archives of St. Kitts and Nevis


The National Archives of St. Kitts and Nevis is given the duty of being the caretaker of records of historic interest which dates back to the late 18th Century as noted by Victoria O’Flaherty, Director of National Archives, while appearing on the Government’s weekly radio and television programme “Working for You” on Wednesday, September 21.She …