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Gradual Erosion Of Values Leads To Breakdown In Soicety

Toni Frederick | Monday 8th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A gradual erosion of common courtesy and traditional family values have resulted in a society where misbehaviour has become the norm, says Anglican Church Archdeacon Valentine Hodge. “I believe that the church has to stand up for what it knows to be right. We were always asked what is the genesis of this? Did we not...

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CMO Martin Concerned About Zika Virus Sensationalism

Toni Frederick | Monday 8th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St. Kitts and Nevis Chief Medical Officer is deeply concerned about the media's sensationalization of the potential threat of Zika.   “Some people in St Kitts and Nevis are boiling over with emotions, they have the impression that every pregnancy in Brazil is resulting in a baby with a small head, that is not the truth...

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Police Increase Visibility In "Hotspots"

Ken Richards | Monday 8th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The proactive efforts of the police aimed at preventing homicides and other violent crime are yielding results, according to Assistance Commissioner of Police Ian Queeley. The police have increased their visibility and operations in a number of areas especially crime hotspots. There were six homicides in the federation in January, and there have been widespread calls for...

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CTR 57:Free ICT training & certification for St Lucia's Unemployed Youth

Sourced Information | Saturday 6th February 2016

Winn FM Tech Round Up – Weekend of 5th February 2016. Free ICT training and certification for St. Lucia's Unemployed Youth  The Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP) has begun free training in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the south of the country. The training is being undertaken in collaboration with the International American University (IAU) located in Vieux-Fort. The IAU will...

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Educator Cites Lack Of History As Source Of Delinquency And Crime

Toni Frederick | Saturday 6th February 2016

Education Officer Michael Blake St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A senior education officer and historical conservation advocate is making the link between lack of awareness of one’s history and juvenile delinquency in St Kitts and Nevis. “I have always maintained that it is because of the lack of knowledge of history it’s because of an absence of understanding of what our culture...

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