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Cayon Street heist nets EC$64,000 payroll….

Cayon Street heist nets EC$64,000 payroll for Kier construction workers BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS March 6th 2017 – Robbers made off with an EC$64,000 payroll for workers on the Park Hyatt construction site. According to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, two assailants invaded a Cayon Street residence being used as a “home office” and robbed a male of a sum of money in excess of $64,000.00 EC. “T ...

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Lent One Demonstrates What It Takes To Be Human

Lent One Demonstrates What It Takes To Be Human  An overview of the biblical readings from the Lectionary for the first Sunday in Lent shows the Genesis story of Adam and Eve's fall from grace, through Paul's exploration of how Jesus functions as a "second Adam," in Romans 5:12-19; to Matthew's portrayal of Jesus' temptation in the wilderness, Chapter 4:1-1.  In these readings we come to grips with what it ...

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St. Kitts and Nevis’ good Debt to….

St. Kitts and Nevis’ good Debt to GDP ratio attributed to former Labour Party Government economic strategy BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS – March 6th 2017 – The high praise for St. Kits and Nevis’ positive Debt to Gross Domestic Product ratio can be attributed to the hard work of the Ministry of finance under the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party Administration (SKNLP) of former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, th ...

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SPORTS PAGE-TUESDAY 7TH MARCH 2017

SPORTS PAGE-TUESDAY 7TH MARCH 2017 FOOTBALL FINALISTS DETERMINED IN FINAL FOUR The games to determine the finalists in the final four of the Local Football league, were played at the ET Willet Park on Sunday 5th March. In game one, Youths of The Future upset the BA Stoney Grove Strikers with a scoreline of 2 goals to 1. In match two, Hard Times came up against SL Horsfords Highlights and scored within the f ...

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KITTS AND NEVIS MOVES TO REVIEW….

KITTS AND NEVIS MOVES TO REVIEW ITS IMMIGRATION POLICY IN LIGHT OF REALITIES SUCH AS HUMAN AND NARCO TRAFFICKING   Basseterre, St. Kitts, March 07, 2017 (SKNIS): Prime Minister and Minister of National Security of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, has said that his government is moving to review its immigration policy in light of “certain evolving realities” such as human and narco tra ...

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