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Wednesday 25th May 2016


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Charles E Mills Secondary School Wins SCASPA Best In Class

Toni Frederick | Wednesday 25th May 2016 03:58:pm

  St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Charles E Mills Secondary School dashed the Basseterre High’s hopes of winning the SCASPA Best in Class Competition five years in a row, trouncing the defending champs by 10 points to win the coveted title at the Finals on Tuesday night. The BHS team lead by Zidane Knight and seconded by Abion Stevens faced off...

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Three in Custody for MoneyGram Robbery

LK Hewlett | Wednesday 25th May 2016 03:49:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): WINN FM is reliably informed that police have now taken three suspects into custody for the May 20th MoneyGram robbery. Police on Tuesday issued a wanted poster for 29-year-old Inebo Hendrickson of Malone Avenue, naming him a person of interest in an armed robbery. Hendrickson surrendered to police on Wednesday. WINN FM also understands that police executed a...

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Police Identify Robbery Suspects

LK Hewlett | Wednesday 25th May 2016 01:58:pm

  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 escape route that involved a getaway...

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Douglas: Government Must Apologize for Maligning Land for Debt Swap

Toni Frederick | Wednesday 25th May 2016 12:06:pm

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 Harris and Sam Condor used as...

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ECCB Promoting Transparency

Ken Richards | Wednesday 25th May 2016 11:36:am

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 the region for our reforms and...

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