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CCM fails to remove fuel surcharge but victimization and Discrimination is BACK

Our editorial last week, informed the people of Nevis of the dangers of CCM making unrealistic promises to people just for winning an election. Failure to accomplish such promises, we suggested to you, becomes dangerous and jeopardizes relationships and trust. When the Honourable Joseph Walcott Parry took the office of Premier on 12th July 2006 his first words to the people of Nevis were: THERE WILL BE NO V ...

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Milestone in St. Kitts Nevis Football

St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association recently achieved a milestone by attaining a ranking of 106 on the FIFA world rankings.  This was for sure a major achievement, but to what end, and what does it mean? Reaching a ranking of 106 out of 207 footballing nations in the world is excellent.  It means that St. Kitts and Nevis was ahead of nations the like of Saudi Arabia.  Saudi Arabia has won the Asian Cup ...

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Taiwan’s Foreign Minister hails 30-year relationship with St. Kitts and Nevis

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, – The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) His Excellency David Yung-la-Lin, is hailing the 30-year relationship between St. Kitts and Nevis and his Asian nation.  “Over the past 30 years, we have witnessed tremendous progress in our bilateral relations especially with all the cooperation projects which have been undertaken by the two Governments and which hav ...

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Resurfacing of roads in several communities in progress says Dr. Martin

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS,  – Senior Minister and Minister of Public Works, the Hon. Dr. Earl Asim Martin has provided information on the resurfacing of roads in the several communities around the island of St. Kitts.  “Those of us who would have been paying close attention would have seen some resurfacing taking place in the Newtown area, in the Pond Site area, in the McKnight area and we expect to expand; we ...

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Operation Future

Operation Future is pleased to announce that P.C. Lauston Percival, founder and President of Operation Future and Dan MacMullin have been asked by the CARICOM Secretariat to facilitate a four day conference “Implementation of Prevention Strategies and Actions to address Youth Gangs and Violence” in Guyana February 5th to 8th. The goal of the conference is to review programs developed by Operation Future and ...

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