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Friday 23rd June 2017

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Emotional Vigil Held For Leanna Napoleon

Jendayi Omowale

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): It was an emotional ceremony at the Basseterre High School Grounds Wednesday night as classmates, friends, staff and relatives gathered for a candle light vigil to say goodbye to the slain student, Leanna Napolean. Amid the tears and soft cries coming from those gathered, Basseterre High principal Maurice Benjamin, offered a glimpse of who the 17-year-old...

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Music Festival 2017: Fans Ready For Mavado, Shabba Ranks

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); The soca fans showed up and showed out Thursday for the opening night of the 2017 St. Kitts Music Festival, jumping and waving right down past 4am. Though the crowd was not as large as last year’s patrons brought the energy, creating the fete-type vibe the Committee had envisioned. Although Voice, Lyrikal, Teddyson John, and Square One...

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IT Expert Outlines How You Can Prevent Cyber Threats

Jendayi Omowale

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): With cybercrime on the rise in the Caribbean region, and St. Kitts and Nevis having a 79.4% level of internet penetration, it is important that citizens take the necessary measures to protect themselves when using the internet. Speaking on WINN FM’s The Conversation programme Wednesday (June 21), Genelle Lake, an Information Technology Specialist, said trusting your...

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Police Officer Under Investigation For Alleged Rape

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Police Commissioner Ian Queeley has confirmed that a police officer is currently under investigation in relation to allegations made to a sexual offence. A rumor began circulating Wednesday morning that a teenaged female had made a report to police saying an officer had sexually assaulted her. It was also said that the officer was subsequently taken...

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Doctors Discuss Preventing Amputations Through Foot Care, Being Observant

Jacqueline Bryan

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): If more people with diabetes managed their sugar levels better, paid more attention to their feet and got the necessary medical attention when needed, more amputations could be prevented according to General Surgeon, Dr. Joylette Woodley-Fassale. The topic was part of a discussion on preventing amputations among people with diabetes which was the focus of the...

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