West Indies News Network

Tuesday 24th January 2017


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British Parliament To Vote On Brexit

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): How will the British Parliament vote on the question of the UK leaving the European Union, now that Britain’s highest court has ruled that parliament must have a say in the matter. That’s the question being asked by many, including Mark Brantley, the federation’s foreign affairs minister.  “It is an interesting decision and I think if there...

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IMF Projects Improved Growth For Caribbean In 2017

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The International Monetary Fund, IMF, is projecting moderate  growth for the Caribbean for 2017. According to Alejandro Werner, Director of the Western Hemisphere Department, the most recent world economic outlook suggests that prospects for the Caribbean region are improving. The Caribbean moved from a projected growth of 3.7% in 2016 to 3.8% for 2017. Global growth projections have...

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Mechanical Issues at Maddens Pump Station Posing Challenges for NWD

Sourced Information

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (January 24, 2017) -- The following is a notice from the Nevis Water Department (NWD) dated January 24, 2017. The general public is asked to take note that due to the current mechanical problems being encountered at the Pump Station at Maddens, the Nevis Water Department is experiencing challenges in satisfying the water demands in the areas listed...

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Juvenile Hospitalized After McKnight Shooting

LK Hewlett

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A juvenile from the McKnight area was hospitalized Monday night following a shooting incident at a Shaw Avenue residence. Information reaching WINN FM is that a teenage boy reported that around 10:30 pm he was in his yard feeding his puppies when an unknown assailant jumped over the wall and into the yard. The gun man fired...

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EDF Projects To Continue In Overseas Territories Post Brexit

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Britain is likely to pay more attention to the Caribbean as it moves out of the European Union, according to Baroness Anelay, the UK’s  Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. “The United Kingdom wants to make sure that the Caribbean realizes just how much we value the region and how we’re building our relationships...

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