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September 3, 2020

St. Kitts Welcomes 158 Ross University Students

The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis welcomed a second batch of students from the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) who arrived at the R. L Bradshaw International Airport on Wednesday September 2 2020.

NHC Provides More Than Shelter, Says Minister Hamilton

Over the past 24 years, the National Housing Corporation (NHC) has provided thousands of housing solutions for residents in St. Kitts. Providing affordable home is the primary goal of the NHC, however, Minister of Human Settlement,…

Constituency Two Elects An Executive

Three weeks ago the bell rang in Central Basseterre and just like that election was in the air again. After a brief nomination and campaign period the time had come to cast the votes. On 2nd September, upwards of fifty (50) registered…

US Suspends Some Aid To Ethiopia Over Dam Dispute With Egypt

On the guidance of President Donald Trump, the State Department said Wednesday the U.S. is suspending some aid to Ethiopia over the “lack of progress” in the country’s talks with Egypt and Sudan over a massive, disputed dam project it is…

Women In Politics Training

Local entrepreneur Desi Browne is one of four women from St. Kitts and Nevis who have graduated from the U.S. Embassy’s Women in Politics Leadership Institute.

Minister Of Education Tours Schools

Ahead of the reopening of schools next week, Minister of Education, Hon. Jonel Powell and other officials from the Education ministry embarked on a school tour around St. Kitts on Wednesday.

St. Kitts-Nevis Hotels Preparing To Welcome Back Guests

The full reopening of the hotel sector in St. Kitts and Nevis is expected to come within the next few weeks. Prime Minister Dr the Honourable Timothy Harris is urging hotels to be diligent in their preparations so as to limit any spread of…