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St. Kitts Seeks New Junior Minister of Tourism

St. Kitts Seeks New Junior Minister of Tourism


Six high school students in St. Kitts will compete for the title of Junior Minister of Tourism in the 2016 St. Kitts Tourism Youth Congress, which will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday 26th May at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Auditorium. The participating students are from the Basseterre High School, Cayon High, Charles …

ECCB Promoting Transparency

ECCB Promoting Transparency


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): On February 1 when Timothy Antoine took over as governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, he signaled that there would be a new era of transparency. “I think that it’s very important not just that we be transparent but if we want to be able to build support across …

Douglas: Government Must Apologize For Maligning Land For Debt Swap

Douglas: Government Must Apologize For Maligning Land For Debt Swap


St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Opposition Dr. Denzil Douglas is calling on the Team Unity Administration to apologize for denouncing the Land for Debt Swap, which it has not moved to reverse as it had pledged to do. “I want you to recall that it was the Land for Debt Swap initiative that Dr Timothy …

Police Identify Robbery Suspects

Police Identify Robbery Suspects


St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Deputy Commissioner of Police Hilroy Brandy says police are looking for three specific persons in connection to the armed robbery of Money Gram on Friday. On Friday morning (May 20) gunmen posing as customers robbed the Money Gram office in downtown Basseterre. WINN FM understands they had mapped out an …

The Final Countdown Show fundraiser set for June 4

The Final Countdown Show fundraiser set for June 4


BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – A charitable event which would see all proceeds being donated to the Joseph N. France General Hospital will be hosted by students of the Windsor University next month. The event, dubbed ‘The Final Countdown Show’, is being undertaken by Windsor students and persons at the Joseph N. France General Hospital. Scheduled …

Contestants Collect Preparatory Cheques for Regional Shows

Contestants Collect Preparatory Cheques for Regional Shows


The Ministry of Culture and National Carnival Committee have doled out over $50,000 to the four individuals that will represent St. Kitts in upcoming regional shows.The cheques are to help the ambassadors with the financial aspect of their preparations for these competitions. National Carnival Chairman Noah Mills, Director of Culture Troy Mills and Permanent Secretary …

Agro-Processor Stapleton pushes for use of cassava flour in bread making after FAO workshop

Agro-Processor Stapleton pushes for use of cassava flour in bread making after FAO workshop


Maureen Stapleton, an Agro-Processor from Cotton Ground Village on Nevis, says if bakeries on the island do not use the opportunity to integrate cassava in their products the agro processors will.She made the comment on behalf of participants at a closing ceremony at the Red Cross conference room on May 18, 2016, for a two-day …

Round one of the Sun Island Clothes LTD Primary Schools Cricket Competition, 2016

Round one of the Sun Island Clothes LTD Primary Schools Cricket Competition, 2016


Cayon VS Estridge Played at the Edgar Glibert Sporting Complex: Batting First Cayon: Total 116 for 6 off 15 overs  Top Scores extras—71 1) Cody Stevens—10 2)  R. Browne – 10 3)  D. Ceaser – 10 Estridge Bowling:  (1) Tazahmel Ham 3 for 21  (2) Aquandai Norford 1 for 25 & Utibe Browne 1 for 19 …

Round One of Department of Sports / Sun Island clothes Ltd Primary School Netball Competition 2016

Round One of Department of Sports / Sun Island clothes Ltd Primary School Netball Competition 2016


Dieppe Bay Primary School defeated St Pauls Primary School 9-2. Scores by the quarters were:  Teams   1st quarter   2nd quarter   3rd quarter   Final score   Dieppe Bay Primary   1   2   7   9   St Pauls Primary   1   2   2   2   The goal …

Additional acts for Music Festival soon to be released

Additional acts for Music Festival soon to be released


PLANS for the staging of the 20th edition of the St. Kitts Music Festival is on stream, according to Committee Chairman Faron Lawrence.  Speaking with the media at the recent unveiling of the six beauties who will be the face of the festival, Lawrence explained that based on the feedback he and the Committee members …

White Sands girls ready to compete

White Sands girls ready to compete


Y all accounts, the White Sands Swimsuit competition of previous years were second-to-none, but this year’s is shaping up to trump them all. Recently, six young and beautiful ladies were revealed at the White Sands Rio (2016) launch party at Carambola and each displayed a unique confidence suggesting that the judges might have a more …

ECCB clears the air on bank fee regulation

ECCB clears the air on bank fee regulation


THE Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has sounded concerns over the increase in fees for savings accounts at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in the OECS and the wider Caribbean that took effect yesterday (May 23). The bank has imposed a $25 charge on all savings accounts and since word got on the streets …