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St. Kitts-Nevis Learning Packages

The Ministry of Education would like to inform parents that children can start doing the work sent home in their learning packages. Further information in relation to the way forward during their time at home will be provided subsequently.

Minister of Foreign Affairs Reflects on Cuba/SKN Relations

(ZIZ News) -- St. Kitts and Nevis has once again joined other member states to observe CARICOM-Cuba day on Thursday, December 08. During his address to commemorate the day, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation, The Honourable Mark…

Prime Minister thanks health ministers and practitioners

ZIZ News) -- Medical practitioners, nurses and administrative staff in the Ministry Of Health have been recognized for their dedication to healthcare in the federation. Speaking at the opening of the Oncology Unit on Tuesday, Prime…

Global economic output is expected to improve in 2017

(SKNIS): Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, reflecting on the most recent publication of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook, said that the global output is expected to…

Police Updates (December 7, 2016)

(ZIZ News) -- An escaped prisoner is now back behind bars following swift action by the police. According to a police source Sylvester Hodge, better known as “Munkush” escaped custody on Tuesday evening but was apprehended early Wednesday…

2017 budget allocates over $52 million for national security

(SKNIS): National Security continues to be a top priority of the Team Unity Administration and the administration is putting its money where its mouth is with the allocation of over $52 million towards the preservation of law and order.…

Opening of the oncology unit

(ZIZ News) -- Significant strides continue to be made in local healthcare, this time with the opening of an oncology unit at the Joseph N. France general hospital. Prime Minister Dr. Hon. Timothy Harris cut the ribbon on the newly handed…