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University of Virginia undergraduates visit the federation to study health care and disaster management

The federation of St. Christopher and Nevis opened its educational doors to thirty four undergraduate students of the University of Virginia where the students and their six professors are visiting the federation for two weeks for a course entitled UVA in St. Kitts and Nevis. The University of Virginia have been hosting an educational course for their undergraduate students entitled UVA in St. Kitts and Nev ...

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Court Round-up

Man pleads guilty to possession of 12-gauge cartridge Marcus Mills appeared before Her Worship, Yasmine Clarke on Tuesday 7th January 2013 at Magistrates Court where he pled guilty to possession of one 12-gauge cartridge. The facts presented before the court indicated that on 6th December 2012 Constable Vernon George and other members of the Task Force Unit conducted the search on the home of Marcus Mills a ...

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NRP, PEP AND SEED, Good For Nevis!

Both the People Employment Program (P.E.P) and Small Entrepreneur and Enterprise Development (SEED) are government initiatives funded by the Sugar Industry Diversification Fund (SIDF) which contribute to material, social and economic transformation, by providing direct jobs and by the establishment of various projects that will provide job opportunities for the unemployed of St. Kitts and Nevis. While PEP e ...

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Maha Sabha: Sandy must go PNM faces backlash over ‘Calcutta’ remarks…

If a UNC candidate had stated on an election platform that a boat from the Congo would arrive in Trinidad if the PNM wins the election, what would have been the PNM's and the nation's reaction? This is the question the Maha Sabha is asking People's National Movement (PNM) leader Dr Keith Rowley, in the wake of statements made on Sunday by Roxborough/Delaford candidate Hilton Sandy that a ship from Calcutta ...

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Outrage over beheading of Sri Lankan woman by Saudi Arabia

(CNN) -- A young Sri Lankan woman has been executed with a sword in a small, dusty town in Saudi Arabia, thousands of miles from the lush jungles and idyllic beaches of the country where she grew up. Rizana Nafeek arrived in Saudi Arabia in 2005. Authorities executed her Wednesday in Dawadmi, about 200 kilometers west of the Saudi capital, Riyadh. She spent her first few weeks in Saudi Arabia working as a h ...

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