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Saturday 25th February 2017

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CoP: High Command Not Worried About Our Jobs

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): “None of our jobs are on the line. I can say without fear of contradiction that there is no pressure brought to bear from any side or any place to this High Command in terms of delivering.” That was Police Commissioner Ian Queeley responding to media questions on Thursday (Feb 24) whether members of the High...

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PM Harris: "Turn Them Off!!"

Clive Bacchus

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris is urging his supporters to turn off their radio rather than listen to what he described as nonsense. “They don’t want to talk about that, they want to talk about all kind of distractions that is why you have to be focused and that is why I said to you already...

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PM Harris: Labour Department Should Be More Proactive

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Labour Department arm of government is being urged to be more aggressive in helping protect the rights of the country’s workers. Prime Minister Timothy Harris has advised that the department needs to be proactive on that matter. “We are strengthening our labour department to deal with challenges at the workplace.  For the record, we are not...

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The Cable Is At The Crossroads

Clive Bacchus

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Cable, provider of television channels, VOIP, telephone and internet services is at the crossroads. It's facing expensive compulsory licensing fees for US companies like HBO, technological advances and increased broadband access for consumers that have enabled stronger competition from streaming services, and its workers are also demanding a pay increase. The more than fifty workers...

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Still No Crime Statistics- CoP Says Major Crimes Up, Detection Rate Down In 2016

LK Hewlett

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); Eight weeks into 2017 and police have not yet released the crime statistics for 2016. During a press conference on Thursday (Feb 23), Commissioner of Police Ian y gave a synopsis of crime in the federation for 2016, indicating an increase in major crimes and decrease in police’s crime detection rate. “Last year, 2016, the federation recorded...

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