Daily Archives

September 5, 2018

Emirates airline: Passengers sick on Dubai-New York flight

The plane was quarantined at JFK airport as those on board were checked by health officials. Ten were taken to hospital but others refused treatment. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that initially about 100…

Another Potential Storm in the Making

While all eyes are on an unpredictable Hurricane Florence, forecasters have indicated that another system is developing in the Atlantic and could become a tropical depression within the next few days. The broad area of low pressure,…

Alastair Cook agrees Essex deal after England retirement

Alastair Cook has signed a new three-year contract with Essex after announcing his retirement from England duty. The 33-year-old opener is set to play his 161st and final Test against India at The Oval, beginning on Friday. READ MORE:…

Health care crisis focus of planned protest march in St Lucia

The health care crisis in Saint Lucia is a major subject on the minds of Saint Lucians all week heading into Sunday, September 9, 2018, the anniversary of the fire at the ill-fated St Jude Hospital, and the protest march and rally planned…

Advancing National Security

The Government has announced the formation of a committee that will address the future of National Security in St. Kitts and Nevis. At a ceremony at the Police Training School on Wednesday Attorney General the Hon Vincent Byron announced…

Chamber of Industry and Commerce Issues Statement on Crime

On Wednesday, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Issued a statement on crime in St. Kitts and Nevis. In the release, the Chamber noted that while crime has been a major threat to the country for over a decade it has reached a new and…

Donation to Irish Town Primary

On Wednesday morning the Concerned Citizens for a Better Mcknight made their annual presentation of supplies, this time to the second grade students of the Irish Town Primary School. The presentation consisted of backpacks containing…

SKN Red Cross Hosts 2 Day Psychosocial Support Workshop

The St. Kitts and Nevis Red Cross wrapped up its 2 day psychosocial support workshop on Wednesday. The workshop formed part of the organization’s mandate to partner with other organizations to provide psychosocial support for persons in…