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Friday 26th August 2016


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Soldier Charged With Stealing Defense Force Rifle

LK Hewlett | Friday 26th August 2016 12:58:pm

A member of the St. Christopher and Nevis Defense Force has been charged with Larceny for stealing a rifle belonging to the security agency. The soldier, Roniell Nisbett of Cayon, said to be about 19 or 20 years old, was arrested recently for allegedly stealing an M4 rifle. Police say the theft occurred between August 13th and 14th in Bird Rock. WINN FM...

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Cayon Supermarket Robbed By Gunmen

LK Hewlett | Friday 26th August 2016 12:22:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A small family supermarket run by a senior couple became the latest establishment robbed by armed bandits. Just before 9pm Wednesday (Aug 24) two armed males reportedly held up and robbed the Parris Supermarket in Water Works, Cayon. The assailants got away with an undisclosed sum of money. Fortunately no one was hurt during the hold...

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St Kitts Urged To Make Its CIP More Attractive

Ken Richards | Friday 26th August 2016 12:03:pm

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A citizenship by investment expert is advocating that St Kitts and Nevis take additional steps to make its CIP more attractive to foreign investors because of growing competition. “Well I think the competition is certainly going to affect every country because there are a lot more countries creating citizenship programmes than the so called potential of...

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CMO: No Confirmed Cases of Zika in St. Kitts and Nevis

Toni Frederick | Thursday 25th August 2016 04:57:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  There are no confirmed cases of the Zika virus in St. Kitts and Nevis, this according to Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr. Cameron Wilkinson. Speaking on state media Wednesday night Dr. Wilkinson said however, that the relevant Ministries were continuing their vigilance to reduce the risk of transmission: "To date we have had no confirmed cases of...

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Operation Rescue's Caines All For Hanging

Ken Richards | Thursday 25th August 2016 03:32:pm

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Operation Rescue’s Richard Caines is supporting the government’s position on hanging convicted murderers. Prime Minister Timothy Harris has indicated that his administration favours implementing the death penalty. Caines, speaking on his organization’s radio programme, expressed support for that position. “I’m talking about St Kitts and Nevis and to a lesser extent the rest of the Caribbean, we have...

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