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 Vedell Browne back before court for cannabis charges   Just a week after having his case thrown out of court for robbing Justice Steven Breyer, Vedell Browne appeared before the court once again for charges brought against him for possession of cannabis where he was fined EC$500 to be paid in three months in default one month. The facts presented before the court stated that on Friday 15th March 2013 ...

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Kittitian doctor advocates prevention of kidney disease at annual kidney lecture

As part of their week of activities to commemorate World Kidney Day, the Nevis Renal Society hosted a lecture on Thursday 17th March 2013 at the Nevis Cooperative Credit Union where renowned doctor, Bichara Sahely, gave a riveting presentation about the importance of caring for your kidneys and preventing kidney disease. Dr. Sahely currently owns a private practice for Internal Medicine in Basseterre, St.Ki ...

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Free kidney screening, glucose and pressure checkups draws crowd

The Nevis Renal Society hosted their annual Health Fair and Testing day on Friday 15th March 2013 at the Charlestown Memorial Square where over 100 persons participated in the free kidney screening, glucose and pressure tests. As a part of their week of activities for World Kidney Day the Nevis Renal Society hosted various events throughout last week, they officially closed the week of activities on Friday ...

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St. Kitts with C$67.5 million expansion

Ross University shows confidence in BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS,  (CUOPM) - Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and Nevis reaffirmed its relationship with the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis on Thursday with the groundbreaking of a EC$67.5 million expansion programme.  President of  the Healthcare Group at DeVry Inc., Mr. Bill Hughson speaking at the ceremony listed three achievements whi ...

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Ross University official lauds reduction of crime in St. Kitts and Nevis, announces scholarship for police officer

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS,  (CUOPM) – The Government of Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas and the men and women of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force are coming in for high praise for the reduction of crime in the twin-island Federation.  Speaking at a ground breaking ceremony marking more than EC$84 million in investment in St. Kitts by Ross University School of Veterinary Medicin ...

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