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February 2, 2017

Guyana university moves to silence local media

Fearing further public scrutiny of its operations in Guyana, Texila American University recently move to court asking that international journalist and editor-in-chief of the Guyana Guardian, Dennis Adonis, be silenced from making any form…

OAS observes conclusion of electoral cycle in Haiti

The electoral observation mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) to the legislative and local elections in Haiti has commended the country on the organization of a very complex election, but expressed concern over low turnout,…

Launch of History and Heritage Month 2017

(ZIZ News) — History and Heritage Month 2017 was launched on Wednesday at Matheson House at Taylor’s Range. The 11thAnnual History and Heritage Month of Activities was officially launched by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture…

Over $13 million paid out to 2003 former SSMC workers

(SKNIS): Prime Minister, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, said during his monthly press conference on February 01 that to date $13,050,508.00 have been paid out to 2003 former St. Kitts Sugar Manufacturing Corporation (SSMC) workers. The…

First wave of Music Festival artistes announced

(ZIZ News) — Music Festival officials have announced the first wave of performers to be featured on the 2017 St. Kitts Music Festival. The artists announced were reggae acts Shabba Ranks, Mavado, and Jah Cure, and pop group the Goo…