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DIGICEL Press Release

DIGICEL LAUNCHES ITS FIRST EVER SMARTPHONE IN ST.KITTS & NEVIS   DL 600 Smartphone available at discounted introductory price   BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (July 12th, 2013) – Digicel St. Kitts & Nevis has launched its first branded 4G-capable Smartphone, the DL600. After much anticipation since the launch of the handset across other markets earlier this year, customer can now purchase the Android ha ...

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Are our political leaders inciting violence?

The current political climate on Kitts is becoming a serious cause for concern. The result of this tense political climate is becoming frightening and what may happen in the future, if peace is not restored may bring dire consequences. A few days after two consecutive anti-labour government protests initiated by the People’s Action Movement (PAM) and backed by the new People’s Labour Party (PLP) and Concern ...

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UN says CARICOM at “important turning point”

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad– The United Nations says the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is at an “important turning point” in its history. In a message to Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders, who ended their 34th summit here on Saturday, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said this is “a time of hope when the member states of the Caribbean, by adapting their development model, placing equality at the ...

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Jamaica urged to plan for external shocks

Kingston, Jamaica – The Opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has urged the Portia Simpson Miller-led administration to devise a plan for shocks that could jeopardize the deal currently in place with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). During Friday’s sitting of the Upper House, Opposition Senator Dr Christopher Tufton moved a motion stating that the government needs to examine how natural disasters may ...

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Bahamas to introduce cervical cancer vaccine into public healthcare system

Nassau, Bahamas– The Bahamas government says it plans to introduce the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine into the public healthcare system for females who are most at risk for cervical cancer. Health Minister Dr Perry M. Gomez said discussions are taking place with the American pharmaceutical company Merck. Public Health officials say the introduction of the vaccine into the public healthcare system will ...

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