April 2, 2019
On April 2nd of every year, World Autism Day is internationally recognized, encouraging member states of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about people with autism spectrum disorder throughout the world.
Residents between Cayon and Saddlers or persons within structures 100 yards away from the centre of the island’s main road are encouraged to cooperate fully with representatives of the Public Works Department (PWD) and Surrey Paving and…
His Lordship, The Most Reverend Robert A. Llanos, who was recently appointed as the Bishop of the Diocese of St. Johns – Basseterre presented his credentials to the Honourable Vance Amory, Senior Minister and Minister of Ecclesiastical…
Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris will headline the fifth in a series of town hall-styled meetings, dubbed ‘Community Consultations’, on Tuesday, April 02, at the Newtown Community Center in East Basseterre.
A man from the western side of the island has been charged by the Police for three (3) counts of Unlawful Carnal Knowledge and one (1) count of Indecent Assault for incidents involving a minor.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Mark Brantley says inaccuracies on the Henley and Partners Passport Index for 2019 may not accurately reflect St. Kitts Nevis’ global passport rankings.
The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) recently issued an article, “Poor preparation and high levels of absenteeism still a major concern for CXC”, highlighting high levels of absenteeism during the “January sitting of CSEC and CXC”.