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Congratulations to James Eaton of Butlers Village, Nevis

The Four Seasons Resort Nevis is excited and pleased to announce the promotion of our very own James Eaton to the position of Chef de Partie, a managerial position within the kitchen department. James started his cooking career at Nisbet Plantation way back in 1998 and after 4 years of hard work, dedication and commitment, he joined Four Seasons Resort Nevis in 2002 in the capacity of Line Cook. He was prom ...

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Digicel Announced as Major Sponsor for Caribbean Premier League

The Caribbean Premier League has signed global telecommunications company and long term West Indies Cricket sponsor Digicel as a major sponsor of the newly formed CPL which will host its inaugural tournament in July and August.  “We are thrilled to have Digicel as our partner in this venture,” said CPL founder, Ajmal Khan of Verus International. “Its wealth of experience in the region and in West Indies cri ...

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Understanding; knowledge of anti-money laundering laws critical, says Nevis Regulator

 NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS - The effectiveness of the Federation’s anti-money laundering infrastructure to successfully prevent criminals or would-be criminals from abusing the systems, was heavily dependent on the knowledge and understanding of anti-money laundering and other relevant laws and established mechanisms in place to ensure that financial institutions were not used to disguise the source of illicit ...

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UNESCO School Safety Project and Fire Drills New “Hot Topic”

(EMU) – St. Kitts: The concept of School Safety took on new meaning when Principals from schools around St. Kitts participated in a fire extinguishing drill as part of a one-day Fire Training Workshop.  The event organized by Mr. Michael Blake who conceptualized and presented the School Safety Project to UNESCO, turned out to be quite an interesting experience for the participants who were more accustomed t ...

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U.S. Military Team exchanges best practices with local security forces

Basseterre, St. Kitts (SKNIS): Personnel from the St. Kitts-Nevis Defence Force (SKNDF) and the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force are exchanging infantry best practices with members of the Florida National Guard (FLNG), during a five-day workshop.  Major Andrew Mueller of the FLNG is heading up the six man visiting group from the 53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team. He outlined the goal of the Apri ...

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