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February 2, 2017

$35.4 Million Pledged For 2017 to the Fresh Start…

Basseterre, St. Kitts, February 02, 2017 (SKNIS): During his monthly press conference on February 01, held at Government Headquarters, Prime Minister, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, said that some…

Flow Expands Access to International News with the…

MIAMI, FL, January 30, 2017 – Flow customers will now have even more access to international news with the addition of the Sky News HD network to Flow TV’s channel line-up. Sky News was the first 24/7…

Exploring Geothermal Energy Resources in the…

OECS Commission supports the Development of Geothermal Energy in the Region Wednesday, February 1, 2017 — Financing and government policy have been identified as the major challenges to the…

WICB APPOINTS CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has made another strategic appointment to its Executive team. This time it is the appointment of Verlyn Faustin as Chief Operating Officer…

Music Festival to announce first set of artistes…

Basseterre, St. Kitts,The first set of artistes to be contracted for the 21st edition of the world renowned St. Kitts Music Festival will be revealed here in coming days.  This has been confirmed by…

RED FORCE MAKE LIGHT WORK OF U-19S

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, Jan 31, CMC – Reigning champions Trinidad and Tobago crushed an out-of-sorts West Indies Under-19s by eight wickets in quick time here Tuesday, to win their second game and move…

MEGA RACE POSTPONED

By:Curtis Morton The much touted mega race to be hosted by the Charlestown Secondary School, has been postponed. Since it was revealed that the Teachers at the renowned institution, would be…

GSS CROSS COUNTRY RELAY GENERATES MUCH INTEREST

By:Curtis Morton The usual run of the mill traffic, was halted for a little while in the vicinity of the Gingerland Secondary School on Tuesday 31st January, as that school hosted its annual cross…

Volcanoes slump continues with 3rd loss

ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC – Windward Islands Volcanoes further complicated their route to the semi-finals of the Regional Super50 when they crashed to their third loss of the tournament with a…

Russell’s lawyer maintains his client is a…

Calling his client a "clean athlete", Kingston lawyer Patrick Foster has said he "disagrees" with the one-year ban imposed on West Indies allrounder Andre Russell by an independent anti-doping…

YOUTHS OF THE FUTURE STEAL HARDTIMES JOY

By:Curtis Morton It was initially billed to be a thriller and the two teams featuring in the local Football league on Wednesday 1st February, did not disappoint the sizeable crowd on hand. Hard Times…

KEZONIQUE AND JOSHUA STAR AT JLPS JUNIOR CROSS…

By:Curtis Morton The Jocelyn Liburd Primary school held its annual cross country event for junior boys and girls, which effectively represented students from grades one and two at the school, on…

GENDER SENSITIZATION WORKSHOP CONCLUDES WITH…

By:Curtis Morton Charlestown-Nevis-A very important ceremony was held at the Occasions on Friday 27th January. This was a ceremony which featured the presentation of certificates to the graduating…

MEN’S FORUM DEALS WITH REAL ISSUES

By:Curtis Morton Charlestown-Nevis—The Ministry of Social Development Social Services Department, Gender Affairs Division and Sustainable Development Department, hosted a men’s forum at the conference…

GSS CELEBRATES 44th ANNIVERSARY

By:Curtis Morton Gingerland –Nevis-The Gingerland Secondary School celebrated its 44th anniversary between the periods 22nd to 27th of January. The activities commenced with a church service attended…