Department of Constituency Empowerment partners with SKNFA to promote community development

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The Department of Constituency Empowerment and the St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association (SKNFA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Thursday, November 03, 2022, signalling a commitment to partnering for community development and empowerment programmes through sports empowerment ambassadorship. Minister responsible for Constituency Empowerment, the Honourable Senator Dr. Joyelle Clarke signed the MOU with […]

SKNYPArians meet Secretary General of CARICOM

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On Wednesday 3rd November 2022, Her Excellency Dr. Carla N. Barnett, Secretary General of the Caribbean Community paid a courtesy call on the Executive and General Membership of the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association (SKNYPA). Dr. Barnett who was in the Federation on official duties, made time to engage with SKNYPA at the Association’s […]

Sustainable tourism: Stakeholders learn about St. Kitts’ culture and heritage

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Over twenty five participants, drawn from employees in public and private tourism sectors, are taking part in the St. Kitts Sustainable Destination Council of the Ministry of Tourism-organised two-day ‘I Speak St. Kitts Culture and Heritage Workshop 2022’ that opened on Wednesday November 2 at the CUNA Conference Centre in Fortlands, West Basseterre. Opening the […]

Bank of Nevis International partners with Mastercard to launch pioneer cross-border payment services

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Bank of Nevis International Ltd. (BONI), a leading provider of holistic wealth management, portfolio management, and fintech services for clients from around the world, has partnered with the global technology company, Mastercard, to allow secure and seamless cross-border payments. BONI customers can now send international payments with certainty, speed, and security through a single point […]

Dominica back in business as WCF wraps up

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AGAINST the backdrop of lush green hills and waterfalls, the 2022 World Creole Festival (WCF) came to an end, drawing the curtains on months of planning for the return of the mega event. The 2022 Festival was the first since the start of the pandemic, and the organizers and the Government went to all lengths […]

Prime Minister Dr. Drew urges all to tune in to Friday’s sitting of the National Assembly as four important Bills are scheduled to be tabled

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Citizens and residents are being encouraged to tune in to the live Sitting of the National Assembly on Friday, November 04, 2022, when four critical Bills are set to be tabled. The four Bills, namely: the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2022; the Evangelistic Faith Church Incorporation Bill, 2022; the Small Business Development (Amendment) Bill, 2022, and […]

SKNLP takes over country with a budget deficit

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PRIME Minister Dr. Terrance Drew has confirmed that the Government has been operating in the red when it comes to its budget, and there has been a dependency on the revenues from the Citizenship by Investment Programme to function. Over the last several years, the Team Unity Administration, including the Minister of Finance, repeatedly disclosed […]

St. Kitts and Nevis says U. S. embargo on Cuba is unjust and calls for it to end

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Her Excellency Nerys Dockery, Permanent Representative of St. Kitts and Nevis to the United Nations (UN), has emphatically called for an end to the embargo imposed on the Republic of Cuba by the United States of America. While giving her maiden address to the United Nations General Assembly on the “Resolution on the necessity of […]

Government focused on making St. Kitts and Nevis a sustainable island state

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The Honourable Dr. Terrance Drew-led Government is busy at work finding innovative ways to generate economic activity that will propel St. Kitts and Nevis on the path towards becoming a sustainable island state. Prime Minister Dr. Drew stated today (Wednesday, November 2, 2022) that his administration inherited an economy that was too heavily dependent on […]