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Primary school pupils taught safety techniques

Summer is a time for bonfires, barbeques and a time when children are less busy with very little or no adult supervision. In order to ensure that pupils on summer break, and their families are able to safely enjoy the season, the St. Kitts and Nevis Fire and Rescue Service facilitated its Annual Summer Fire Safety Program. The annual safety program, which caters to Primary School pupils between ages 5 to 12 ...

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Liat seeks to improve customer service as pilots raise several issues

St. John’s, Antigua– The regional airline, LIAT, Monday assured the travelling public that it is committed to improving the level of service offered by the airline even as disgruntled pilots warned of “several vexing issues”. The airline did not specifically refer to a statement by the Chairman of the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA), Carl Burke, that the union had been forced to call an ...

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Caribbean American congresswoman calls for Zimmerman probe

New York, United States- Caribbean American congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke has joined members of New York City Congressional Delegation in calling on the United States Department of Justice to conduct a “thorough” investigation and possible prosecution of a white neighbourhood watch volunteer who killed an unarmed black youth in Florida. On Saturday, an all-white female jury in Florida found George Zimmerma ...

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Justin Timberlake responds to ‘Take Back the Night’ controversy

( -- Justin Timberlake was too busy bringing sexy back to go to college — which, on the whole, seems to have worked out just fine for him. Unfortunately, it also means that when Timberlake decided to call his next single "Take Back the Night," he apparently had no idea that the name was already trademarked by a sexual assault awareness foundation that's been holding emotionally-charged campus events ...

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St. Kitts and Nevis slashes national debt in half

Basseterre, St. Kitts- St. Kitts and Nevis has reduced its national debt in half. Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Right Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas told hundreds of party supporters on Friday that the national debt has been reduced from 200 percent to 100 percent and his Labour Party Administration is now prepared to move the country forward in the transformation of the economy. “I told you all m ...

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