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Boundaries report struck down

Boundaries report struck down

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:1109 Local Ken Richards

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A Constituency Boundaries Commission report intended to effect boundary changes in St Kitts and Nevis has been struck down by the High Court. In his judgment on the case delivered in court Thursday, Justice Darshan Ramdhani declared the report null and void. Justice Ramdhani ruled that the report, which had already received parliamentary approval, should not be submitted to the governor general. The judge said while the commission had done well on an initial process of consultation, it later declined to continue that process after it had finalized its recommendations, a position he ruled less than fair. The judgment...

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Premier breaks silence on Nevis land issue

Premier breaks silence on Nevis land issue

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:655 Local Ken Richards

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Nevis Premier Vance Amory has broken his silence on his administration’s attempts to sell crown lands to an Iraqi national. “Allegations have been made that I received some or all of the money from that transaction. These allegations are outrageous and completely false,” the Premier said in an address on Wednesday.  Premier Amory said the opposition Nevis Reformation Party and the supporters of their sister party, the St Kitts Nevis Labour Party had over the last few weeks, made false and malicious allegations against the Nevis Island Administration and himself. “The allegations flow from an offer...

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Condor says passport scandals affecting SKN's image

Condor says passport scandals affecting SKN's image

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:370 Local Toni Frederick

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Former Deputy Prime Minister Sam Condor is concerned that recent scandals surrounding St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship and diplomatic passports is threatening not just the image of the country, but the integrity of the federation’s passports. “All these things are really now affecting our citizens; affecting the image of our country. I mean that is what is at stake,” Condor said.  Questions about the diplomatic status of now infamous oncologist Dr. Arthur Porter, wanted in Canada on fraud and money laundering charges and Iranian Alizeera Moghadham a special envoy for St. Kitts and Nevis have yet to...

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Operation Future Summer Camp slated for August 11

Operation Future Summer Camp slated for August 11

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:191 Local Toni Frederick

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Sewing and ironing classes, hospitality training, culinary arts, health and dental education, disaster preparedness and a career fair are all part of Operation Future’s two-week summer camp, slated to get underway on August 11th.  “We also have included a movie night and a concert, church services—so it’s a packed two week for persons who will attend the summer camp,” Operation Future’s President Officer Lauston Percival said. He also said a session will be held with parents to help guide them on what to do if their children are becoming at risk youth. He told WINN FM...

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Drivers of Heavy vehicles cautioned

Drivers of Heavy vehicles cautioned

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:231 Local Toni Frederick

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Traffic police are issuing a warning to drivers of heavy vehicles in particular, to watch their speed especially when transporting heavy loads.  Head of the Police Traffic Department Inspector Carol Caines said: “(Heavy vehicles) are under more strain and pressure than the normal vehicle because of the weight and more so when they are going down an incline or down a hill, the weight tends to push the truck down or the lorry and it is very hard to stop that vehicle. Therefore we are appealing to those truckers to have their vehicles checked regularly....

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Premier of Nevis Welcomes All To Culturama 40 Celebrations

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:144 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Premier of Nevis Welcomes All To Culturama 40 Celebrations

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS -- The following is the full text of a welcome address delivered by Premier of Nevis Hon....

Monetary Conditions In The ECCU Improve, Increase in GDP Expected

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:119 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Monetary Conditions In The ECCU Improve, Increase in GDP Expected

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CUOPM) — Monetary conditions in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) improved during the year ending March...

St. Kitts and Nevis Ranks 73 out of 183 Nations In 2014 Human Development Index

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:156 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

St. Kitts and Nevis Ranks 73 out of 183 Nations In 2014 Human Development Index

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, (CUOPM) – St. Kitts and Nevis is ranked 73 out of 187 countries in the 2014 Human Development...

Nevis Education Minister Urges Education Officials To Give Attention To Student’s Social Development

Tuesday 29th July, 2014 Hits:209 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Nevis Education Minister Urges Education Officials To Give Attention To Student’s Social Development

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS--Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education Hon. Vance Amory told head teachers of Government-owned schools and education...

CXC Results Online 2014

Monday 28th July, 2014 Hits:383 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

CXC Results Online 2014

Candidates who wrote the May-June sitting of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) examinations will soon be able to access their...

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Bahamas, Haiti Sign Trade, Migrant Agreements

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:73 Regional Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Bahamas, Haiti Sign Trade, Migrant Agreements

NASSAU, Bahamas -- The Bahamas government on Tuesday signed three agreements with the Haitian government intended to further trade development...

Speaker Denies Evicting Journalist From Dominican Parliament

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:60 Regional Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Speaker Denies Evicting Journalist From Dominican Parliament

ROSEAU, Dominica, CMC — Speaker Alix Boyd-Knights has strongly denied ordering the removal of editor of the Sun Newspaper Charles...

Dominica Opposition Boycotts Parliament

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:170 Regional Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Dominica Opposition Boycotts Parliament

ROSEAU, Dominica -- Hard on the heels of similar action by the opposition party in Bermuda, opposition United Workers Party...

SPORTS

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Netballers Lose On Slow Day For Jamaicans

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:80 Sports Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Netballers Lose On Slow Day For Jamaicans

GLASGOW, Scotland — Usain Bolt, as promised, attended a netball game involving Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls, but not even he could...

Elated Williams Hungry For More Success

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:65 Sports Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Elated Williams Hungry For More Success

GLASGOW, Scotland — Kimberly Williams could not stop laughing on Tuesday night. In addition, she screamed, she jumped, she ran, she...

Alexander Joins The Club

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:119 Sports Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Alexander Joins The Club

Ayanna Alexander has joined the club—Trinidad and Tobago’s Commonwealth Games multiple-medallist club.   Alexander chose just the right occasion to produce her...

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LIME ‘Skool Aid’ Programme To Expand

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:69 Business Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

LIME ‘Skool Aid’ Programme To Expand

Telecommunications firm LIME has announced that it will be expanding the yearly back-to school assistance provided to thousands of students...

Managing Your Parents’ Finances

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:46 Business Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Managing Your Parents’ Finances

Most parents will make selfless sacrifices for their children. Whether they work long hours to earn enough to defray current...

Jamaica Can Earn Big Money From Animation

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:92 Business Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Jamaica Can Earn Big Money From Animation

The World Bank thinks the local animation industry can grow to US$69 million ($7.7 billion) in value in five years....

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Sean Paul for Good Morning America

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:59 Entertainment News Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Sean Paul for Good Morning America

Television networks in the United States continue to see performances by Jamaican artistes. In the past week Chronixx made he Network...

Hats off to A Hat Affair

Thursday 31st July, 2014 Hits:43 Entertainment News Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Hats off to A Hat Affair

THE life and legacy of Gregory Isaacs was celebrated at the Blue Essence, inside the Kings Plaza, in Constant Spring,...

'Wonderful, but Frightening'

Wednesday 30th July, 2014 Hits:110 Entertainment News Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

'Wonderful, but Frightening'

REGGAE star on-the-rise Chronixx is still the subject of conversation following his performances on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy...