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June 6, 2024

Weather: Thursday 6th June 2024

Winds: A light breeze of 6mph from the East-southeast Temperature: 29°C / 84°F Humidity: 78% Sea Level Pressure: 1015.0mbs or 29.97” Sunrise: Tom: 5:36 am Sunset: Today: 6:44 pm Weather Forecast Valid…

SKN Farmers Gain Knowledge on Innovative…

(MOA Basseterre, St. Kitts : The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in collaboration with the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) hosted a…

Notice of Public Consultation on Renewable Energy

Dear Community Members, We are pleased to invite you to an important public consultation regarding the proposed regulations for small-scale renewable energy. This session will provide a platform to…

T-20 World Cup Update

Matches played Wednesday 5th June India v Ireland Ireland 96 all out India 97 for 2 India won by 8 wickets Uganda v Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea 77 all out Uganda 78 for 7 Uganda won by 3 wickets…

Cricket : Guyanese Take Care of Easterns

On Sunday, 2nd June, the Village Premier League saw the Guyanese facing off against Easterns in their second match. Easterns didn't have a great start, with Sterling Marshall getting out for a duck on…

Athletics : New Date for National Championship

Please take note of the following changes to the upcoming National Championship: The SKN Athletics 2024 National Championship and Olympic Trials will now be held on Sunday, June 16th, starting at 10…

St. Kitts Health Services ICT Project Symbolizes…

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts (SKNIS) – As part of its mandate to transform and modernise healthcare services in St. Kitts and Nevis, the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has introduced a new high-speed,…

Minister of Agriculture Celebrates Major…

Basseterre, St. Kitts — The Minister responsible for Agriculture, Hon. Samal Duggins, is thrilled to announce significant progress in the construction of the Poultry Hatchery facility, a cornerstone…

World Will Likely Temporarily Pass 1.5C Climate…

GENEVA, Switzerland (AFP) — Humanity now faces an 80 per cent chance that Earth’s temperatures will at least temporarily exceed the key 1.5-degree Celsius mark during the next five years, the UN…