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Lets Become A Champion For Our Champion…Tameka Williams.

About two weeks ago it is reported that the IAAF confirmed that they have banned Tameka Williams, our top female sprinter for three years for the offence of doping effective since July 2012.  Obviously this is cheating and it is sad, sad that once again St. Kitts and Nevis’ good athletic name is being tarnished. It is important to note that Tameka did not test positive for any drug, her ban is based on her ...

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Antiguan becomes first CARICOM citizen to receive international political consulting award

ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- Campaigns and Elections magazine, the premier publication for people working in politics, has named Antigua’s Victor Richardson a “Rising Star” in political consulting.  Richardson joins an elite group of international political consultants who have received the honour. Past honorees include President Barack Obama’s chief strategist David Axelrod, President Bill Clinton’s strategist Ja ...

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WTO chief calls for closer CARICOM integration

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- Director general of the World Trade Organisation Pascal Lamy has emphasised that the Caribbean region needs closer integration. Speaking at the launch of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) regional aid for trade strategy in Port au Prince, Haiti, on Tuesday, Lamy said the strategy sought to build on the promise of a region free of barriers by identifying transformative projects that ...

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US Embassy in Bahamas explains visa shutdown following attack on official

By Krystel RolleNassau Guardian Staff Reporter  NASSAU, Bahamas -- Amid claims that US nonimmigrant visa services in The Bahamas were halted to demonstrate the United States Embassy’s displeasure following an attack on an embassy official, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell on Tuesday further explained what led to Monday’s suspension. “Conspiracy theorists abound with what this or that action means,” sa ...

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St. Croix: A’Jada Delana Burke Autobiography

 On November 3, 1992, I A’Jada Delana Burke was born to the parents of Jacqueline E. Thomas-Eastman and Alvin D. Burke Sr. I was born and raised on the island of St. Croix the last of six siblings collectively. Coming from a family of rich ethnicities and a strong adherence for family bond I was blessed to be embraced in such a unique and welcoming environment. I am proud to say that I am a true Virgin Isla ...

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