The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) will be undertaking remedial work on defective soak aways at 31 homes in the Cherry Gardens Housing Development in Prospect, Nevis.
The Public Works Department is continuing their public awareness campaign on the changes that will occur once the new traffic lights are in operation.
The Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, has long maintained that the construction sector will be one of the key sectors that will help rebuild the economy of the twin island Federation post COVID-19.
The Ministry of Transport is currently renovating the East Bus Line Terminal to accommodate bus drivers who have been experiencing some difficulty with the space they have to maneuver their vehicles.
Health minister Hon. Akilah Byron-Nisbett has announced changes and upgrades across the ministry by the end of the year.
After announcing traffic changes in areas of Basseterre when the new traffic lights are in operation, Engineer at the Public Works Department, Livingston Pemberton said there will also be changes to areas where persons can park.
Speaking at the Prime Minister’s Monthly Press Conference on March 23, Minister of Education, Honourable Jonel Powell, gave an update on the pending construction of the new Basseterre High School (BHS).
More and more persons in St. Kitts and Nevis are taking advantage of the significant duty free concessions being offered as part of the Government’s First Time Homeowners Mortgage Programme.
St. Kitts Water Services Department (WSD) is currently engaged in installing new distribution pipes throughout Sandy Point as part and parcel of upgrading the island’s water distribution system.
The Public Works Department is asking persons to be cautious while driving on the new Old Road Bay Road which is in its final stage of completion.
The Public Works Department has given an update on the ongoing work taking place at the Old Road Bay Road Bay Road.
Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris has publicly lauded the management and workers of John Boy Construction - the small sized construction company that delivered the beautiful edifice that is now the multi-purpose…
The Public Works Department (PWD) in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) is carrying out repairs on the Fisheries Complex in Charlestown, to improve safety at that facility. The project commenced on February 01, 2021, and is expected to…
Over the next two weeks commencing on February 08, 2021, the Public Works Department (PWD) will be undertaking resurfacing works on the Island Main Road from Horsfords Building Center to the Rams Shopping Complex and Pump Road from the…
The traffic lights at Wellington Road and the College Street Ghaut have now been mounted however they will not be utilized until installations are completed in March.