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Wednesday 26th July 2017

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Culturama 43 Launch Set For Thursday!

LK Hewlett

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN) The 43rd edition of Nevis' Culturama Festival is set to open in grand style Thursday evening (July 27) at the newly refurbished outdoor venue, the Cultural Village. Charmaine Howell of the Culturama Committee tells WINN FM that the opening is going to set the stage for the many exciting events and activities scheduled for the summer...

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Jeffers: Electricity Supply On Nevis Stabilized

LK Hewlett

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); Minister of Public Works in the NIA Alexis Jeffers says following rolling and unscheduled electricity outages in Nevis over the past few weeks, power has returned to all areas, and the power supply is expected to be more stable going forward. Residents have complained of extended unscheduled power outages which triggered water outages as well. On Sunday...

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Former C.M.O Forced To Retire With Immediate Effect

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Former Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Patrick Martin, says he was instructed to retire from the public service “with immediate effect” on July 14, instead of on the originally scheduled date of November 2017. Dr. Patrick Martin issued a statement on the matter on Tuesday (July 25). He told WINN FM that the instruction to retire "with immediate...

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New BHS To Be State-Of-The-Art Facility

LK Hewlett

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Minister of Education, Deputy Prime Minister Shawn Richards says the new Basseterre High School will be a modern facility that will boast the latest technology and provide holistic education for its students. “If we’re building a school it should be start-of-the-art and technologically equipped.” Construction of the multi-million-dollar facility is tentatively set for late 2017, with an...

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Mixed Reviews on Team Unity Government Performance

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): As the Team Unity administration heads towards two and a half years in office in mid-August, there are conflicting views on the state of the economy. The Opposition Labour Party speaks of a dire situation facing the country, and says many are struggling under the coalition government. Articulating that position, former energy minister Asim Martin. “We had an...

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