The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has repatriated a total of 49 Haitian migrants to their home country via chartered flights from Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport.
October 31, 2019
Ongoing road work around the island, updates on traffic rules near the Bay Road and the West Bus Terminal and complaints about vendors blocking sidewalks in Basseterre were all topics of discussion on the ZIZ radio program, “On the Road” on…
In an effort to tackle the impact of trash in the ocean, St. Kitts has joined several other countries in the region as part of the Caribbean Clean Seas Campaign initiative.
Passengers and omnibus drivers who ply their trade along the western side of the country will soon benefit from a much-improved bus terminal facility and amenities when construction work on a new West Line Bus Terminal is completed.
Police are investigating a traffic accident that occurred in Halfway Tree in which one person was seriously injured.
Doctors and dentists in Nevis have officially established an independent Nevis chapter of the St. Kitts and Nevis medical and dental association known as Nevis Medical and Dental Association (NEVMDA).
Steps from Hong Kong’s main tourist strip, Ashfaqur Rahman’s tailor shop usually is a mainstay for tourists dropping in to peruse neatly stacked rolls of fabric and get measured for custom-made suits.
Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet moved a Motion in the House of Assembly on Tuesday October 29th for an amendment to the Value Added Tax Act to Zero Rate the service of printing.
Oil slicks washing up on beaches along more than 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles) of Brazil’s northeast coastline could be the worst environmental “attack” in the country’s history, the chief executive of state-run oil giant Petrobras said on…