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The Way I See It

Nevispages Weekly Feature by Curtis Morton The way I see it, God has been particularly good to us, here in St. Kitts and Nevis. Another hurricane season is nearing its end and up to this point, God…

The way I see it – The Devil is Real

Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, the Devil is REAL. Now, I do not want you, dear reader, to get mixed up with fiction and fantasy, just real facts, guided by the word of…

The Way I See It

Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, we ought to be CONFIDENTIAL. Confidentiality is a key factor in the proper upkeep of any society and anything deviating from that would…

The Way I See It

Weekly Feature by Curtis Morton The way I see it, it is always good to have exemplary role models within the community.  It is even better when we ourselves seek to live in such a way as to become…

The world must not sleep-walk into another debt…

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any…

The way I see it

Nevispages Feature by Curtis Morton The way I see it, whenever people are taken out of their comfort zones, they normally react with some form of resistance. Today, Friday 20th September, has been…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, somebody ought to come up with a new invention, so that people can be whisked in short order, to their stated place of destination, rather than have to travel via airplanes.…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, so many UNSUNG heroes go to the great beyond, virtually unnoticed.  These are folks who have quietly made their significant bits of contribution, to the welfare of the community and…

Tribute to the Maestro Kenrick Georges – A…

Charlestown, Nevis August 30, 2019:  Kenrick Georges, a musical genius from St. Kitts and who will be more fondly remembered, as the composer of the national anthem of St. Kitts and Nevis, passed away…

The Way I See It

By Curtis Morton The way I see it, our modern society in this year of our Lord, 2019, is in serious trouble. I was invited to a very interesting forum during the course of this week.  I was a little…

Commentary – The Battle Between Silence and…

By Kelvin Daly Over the past few years, I have seen things that have made my skin crawl. Yes, and at times, such was the level of abuse, passion and anger became indistinguishable. Tone it down I'm…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, family time is PRICELESS. As individuals reveled on Monday last, we were visited at our home, by Curtis Morton Jr and his lovely wife and the several hours we spent chatting and…

BREXIT’s effect on Caribbean tourism

By Sir Ronald Sanders Caribbean persons interacting with British tourists, apart from the super-rich, should be mindful that if these visitors appear reluctant to part with their money, or demand…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, our history ought to guide and dictate our future, in a positive way. On Thursday 1st August, I attended the annual service of commemoration for the worst boating disaster and…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, I continue to be confused and befuddled by our English language. Earlier this week, I was at a particular business place, paying a necessary monthly bill.  As I spoke to the lady in…