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Nevisians volunteer to assist in developing strategies to address youth and crime

Over twenty Nevisians and residents responded to the call to volunteer to assist in developing strategies to address youth, crime and violence on Nevis.   October 14th to 15th 2013, the Nevis Island Administration in collaboration with Operation Future hosted a two-day workshop at the Cotton Ground Community Centre in preparation for a Creative Youth Academy that will be opened shortly at the old Cotto ...

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Opposition protests against victimisation of their own

Last Friday, October 11th 2013, the political leaders of the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) led a contingent of their supporters on a peaceful walk through the streets of Charlestown.   The march according to organisers was held to send a peaceful but strong message to the 10 month old ruling Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Government that the ‘victimisation’ of perceived NRP supporters is wrong, to p ...

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Magistrate Court

Elderly man charged and convicted for driving without due care and attention The Weekly Magistrate Court commenced at its regular time on Tuesday October 15th 2013. Of the cases disposed of by Her Honour Magistrate Yasmine Clarke were one traffic matter, a domestic case, a theft and a number of bail pleas.   Appearing before her Honour for a traffic matter was Mr. Steele Douglas who was charged with dr ...

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St. Kitts and Nevis ranks fourth in Caribbean in GDP per capita

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, (CUOPM) - The World Bank is reporting that St. Kitts and Nevis ranks fourth in GDP per capita in the Caribbean – from The Bahamas in the North to Guyana and Suriname in the South. .   According to the Caribbean Journal the information is contained in the 2014 World Development Report.   The Caribbean Journal report states:   So what is the richest country in the Caribbe ...

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St. Thomas’ school launches campaign against gun violence

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS –Students at the St. Thomas’ Primary School are this month participating in a campaign against guns launched for the month of October, under the theme: “Guns are not toys: Don’t play with them.”   The students have been participating in various activities which have been sensitising them to the dangers of guns and what they should do if they find one. As a part of the gun educatio ...

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