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ARK, THE NEVIS HUMANE SOCIETY

Invites All Animal Lovers To the “TASTE OF NEVIS JUMP UP” fundraising event At CHRISHI BEACH BAR, CadesBay Thursday, February 21 at 7PM to 11PM. Entry Fee:  $50 EC Single and $75 EC per Couple includes Music by Jack & the Rippers, the celebrated multinational band fronted by Per Lindfors and Jack Kartush, with Snowflake, and fancy appetizers from famous Plantation Inns, hotels and restaurants. Tickets s ...

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CCM GOVERNMENT ATTACKS FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION ON NEVIS

On Wednesday February 13th  2013, the Nevis High Court heard matters brought to court by the SKN Leewards Times and Choice FM now known as the SKN Choice Times Limited against the government of Nevis, NEVLEC and the Attorney General of St. Kitts and Nevis. The media house took the afore mentioned bodies to court due to unlawful and abusive act against its freedom of expression and freedom to communicate the ...

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St Lucia sees ‘significant improvement’ in key tourism markets

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Sunday January 27, 2013 - Tourism officials say there was significant improvement in some St. Lucia key markets during 2012 including the United Kingdom, despite the recession and increase in the Air Passenger Duty (APD). However they lament a decline in arrivals in the United States market primarily because of a 20 per cent loss in airlift from North America. But they expect the matter ...

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CARICOM should seek reparation for slavery – UWI principal

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, February 12, 2013 – Principal of the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Sir Hilary Beckles, wants Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries to begin efforts aimed at seeking some form of reparation from Western countries for slavery. Speaking at the first of a series of lectures to commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the 1763 Berbice Slave Revolt, Sir Hilary said ...

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No comment from Dominica PM on Integrity Commission hearing

ROSEAU, Dominica, Friday February 8, 2013 – Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says he will not engage in any public confrontations with the Integrity Commission that meets on February 25 to begin an inquiry into allegations against him. “As you recognize I have never said anything on this matter; the Integrity Commission has taken its decisions, I will take my decision in so far as defending myself. “We beli ...

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