Watch ZIZ Evening News: 3 Oct, 2019
October 3, 2019
The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, in its efforts to advance agricultural production, has found a new way to utilize its resources to further growth in the economy.
A knife-wielding employee has killed four fellow members of staff at police headquarters in the centre of the French capital, Paris.
As part of activities for Latin Festival 2019, a softball tournament is now underway.
Scientists often point to drought as a symptom of climate change. Several Caribbean islands, including St. Kitts, experienced extended periods of low level of rainfall during the summer of 2016, which forced the Water Services Department…
Roughly one year since our Caribbean community was shaken by devastating news of the untimely and seemingly senseless murder of Saint Lucian national Botham Shem Jean, the state of Texas has delivered some degree of justice to Botham’s…
Residents of Cayon have voiced their strong support for initiatives being undertaken by the Officers posted at the Cayon Police Station and the Organisation on a whole.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Hazel Laws is noting that St. Lucian patients are singing the praises of the recent visit of the us Navy Ship Comfort.
The St. Kitts Diabetes Association will be hosting its quarterly meeting on Sunday at the Anglican Church Hall at 3pm on the topic Diabetic Foot Syndrome.
The Ministry of Education will join the rest of the world in celebrating teachers for the upcoming World Teachers’ Day on October 5, 2019, under the theme 'Young Teachers: The Future of the Profession'.