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Friday 30th September 2016


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Senior Prison Officer Busted!

LK Hewlett | Friday 30th September 2016 02:27:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Just two days after a police officer was caught smuggling marijuana and lighters into Her Majesty’s Prison, a senior prison officer has now been arrested for the same infractions. On Friday (Sept 30) WINN FM confirmed with Deputy Commissioner Hilroy Brandy that the prison officer was taken into custody on Thursday and will likely be charged...

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Matthew Becomes Cat 3 Hurricane

Toni Frederick | Friday 30th September 2016 02:17:pm

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Hurricanes Matthew has strengthened to a Category 3 hurricane storm as it moved Friday through a part of the Caribbean that rarely sees such storms. After battering the Windward islands overnight Wednesday leaving at least one dead in St. Vincent, Matthew now poses a danger to Jamaica, parts of Hispañola, eastern Cuba, and the Bahamas early...

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PM Not Backing Down In Fight Against Violent Crime

Clive Bacchus | Thursday 29th September 2016 06:15:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis Dr. Timothy Harris is identifying violent crime as a clear threat to the country's well being and promising not to waiver on the issues of safety and security as he addressed participants at the National Consultation on the Economy on Wednesday (Sept 28) at the Marriott Resort...

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Artistes Split On Carnival Committee’s New Lyric-Vetting Clause

LK Hewlett | Thursday 29th September 2016 05:09:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Soca and Calypso artistes appear to have differing views on whether or not they want the lyrics to their songs vetted by the Carnival Committee prior to competition. A few months ago Carnival Committee Chairman Noah Mills announced the new stipulation that Soca and Calypso artistes registered for the Carnival competitions must submit music and written...

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Slew Of Charges For Constable Who Smuggled Drugs, Lighters Into Prison

LK Hewlett | Thursday 29th September 2016 03:17:pm

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Police Constable caught smuggling marijuana into Her Majesty’s Prison Tuesday night has been suspended from duty and charged with several criminal offences. The Constable, Cleavon Chumney of New Pond Site, was arrested when around 8:30 that night, he was caught throwing marijuana and lighters from upstairs inside the Police Headquarters down into the prison yard. Shots...

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