50,000 registered to vote in SKN General Elections

t. Kitts and Nevis (WINN) – According to statistics provided by the Supervisor of Elections, Elvin Bailey, 50,933 people of St. Kitts and Nevis are registered for the August 5 elections. The voter turnout for the election has been a concern for those monitoring the situation. A low turnout is expected because of election fatigue […]

Ministry of Health’s CDSM Programme critical to improving quality of life, say officials


The Ministry of Health’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Programme (CDSMP) which was introduced in St. Kitts and Nevis in 2015 is extremely critical to improving the quality of life for people with chronic health problems such as hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease. This was according to Mrs. Novelia Rawlins Nwosu, Metabolic Disease Programme […]

Nicholls brings Jaycees Crown to SKN


THE Federation’s representative at the 2022 Jaycees Pageant held in Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday (Jul. 27), strutted her way to the title and dominated the competition in true St. Kitts and Nevis style. Nekirah Nicholls, the reigning St. Kitts-Nevis National Carnival Queen, brought home the title after winning four of the five judged segments […]

Oscar “Astro” Browne is Culturama 48 Senior Kaiso Monarch!

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Brownhill’s own Oscar “Astro” Browne has added yet another calypso crown to his trophy case, winning the Culturama 48 TDC Senior Kaiso Monarch on Thursday, July 28, 2022. Eight calypsonians faced off in two rounds, each rendering one song each round. At the end of the night the Kaiso Finals came down to the battle […]

NIA, Federal Govt. square off over Vance Amory Airport


NEVIS’ Premier Mark Brantley is not mincing words in his fight with the Federal Government over the status of the Vance Amory International Airport, after the latter is allegedly refusing to send a fire tender to the island and threatening to have it closed. The airport has been under a dark cloud for several years […]

Saint Kitts and Nevis welcomes its newest Cuban Trained Professionals


Six St. Kitts and Nevis citizens have recently graduated from Cuban Universities. They are Dr. Verdwencia Woodley of Sandy Point, Saint Kitts; Dr. Joyan Wiltshire of Sandy Point, Saint Kitts; Dr. Shenelka Maynard of Gingerland, Nevis and Dr. Allgeron Audain of Old Road, Saint Kitts, who studied Medicine at the University of Medical Sciences in […]

Nevis Co-operative Credit Union @ 50: Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

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The success of the Nevis Co-operative Credit Union Limited, which is the oldest co-operative credit union in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis having been registered on July 25, 1972, has been attributed to ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Observing year-long 50th Anniversary celebrations under the theme ‘Consistency, Financial Security & Serving the Community […]

Rotarians remember the Emancipation Experience


Emancipation Day in St. Kitts and Nevis is celebrated on the first Monday in August annually to commemorate the end of the Atlantic Slave Trade. This year, the Rotary Club of Liamuiga recalled the journey to Emancipation Day, August 1, 1834, with a presentation by Ms Laverne Brookes, Dean of the Division of the Arts, […]

Basseterre youth charged for killing Tabernacle resident

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A 21-year-old man was charged yesterday (Jul. 31) for the July 10 murder of Junior Mervin Stephens of Bramble Crescent, Tabernacle. Charged with the capital offence is Eson Gaiton of Upper Market Street, Basseterre. According to a police statement, he has since been remanded at Her Majesty’s Prison. Information reaching this publication stated that the […]