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Better Cricket, Better Football, Better Country

Can the sports of football and cricket continue to grow and develop in St. Kitts & Nevis or have we reached the apex of their growth?  Overall growth of both sports among spectators and fans is one thing but the question more specifically speaks to the development of the sports among athletes.  For yeas our country has been stagnant as it relates to the quality of breakthrough talent it produces; Nevis ...

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PM Douglas congratulates 2012 State Scholar, runners-up

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, NOVEMBER 13TH 2012 – The 2102 State Scholar and runner-up were congratulated Tuesday for their outstanding performance during the recent CAPE exams. Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas during his weekly radio programme Tuesday extended special praise and congratulations to the State Scholar, the first and second runners-up, as well as the families, teachers, and others w ...

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If they cannot hear and cannot see, let them feel

There was no ambiguity in what the judges said on August 27 when the OECS Court of Appeal handed down the judgement on the election petition case brought by the Hon Mark Brantley in the case of the election results for the Parish of St. John’s: None whatsoever. The prize catch for Brantley was section 90 of the judgment, which appears on page 54 for those who have a copy of the judgement. To quote from it: ...

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Caffeine and you

Caffeine is a stimulant and a drug. Consume too much, and we will find our self relying on it and at-risk for associated health problems. However,  study after study has shown that if we consume caffeine rich foods such as  coffee, tea, coco cola and dark chocolate in moderation, it can help lower our risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and cancer — partially because these foods are all rich sources of ...

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Have A calling To Trustworthiness and Triumph

The apostle Paul was a servant whose calling was trustworthy in his mission and ministry.  Paul’s life personified the traits that Christians should follow.  Here is Paul’s declaration that resulted from his trustworthiness: “I have worked much harder, being in prison more frequently, being flogged more severely, and being exposed to death again.  Five times I received from the Jews forty lashes save one.  ...

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