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Both St. Kitts And Nevis To Benefit from…

Basseterre, St. Kitts, January 15, 2021 (SKNIS): Minister of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), the Honourable Akilah Byron-Nisbett, said that both islands of St. Kitts and Nevis will…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, the year 2021 has commenced with some eerie signs.  OMINOUS I dare say. Myron Jeffers of Brick Kiln was found dead at Herbert’s beach, under what was originally thought to be,…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, most of us would be happy to say ‘GOOD RIDDANCE’ to the year 2020. I mean, I remember in late December 2019, we anxiously looked…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, 2020 was an intriguing year. Some have referred to it as a really ‘BAD YEAR,’ while others have taken certain great positives from it. God provided many blessings for me and family…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, persons with disabilities, ought to be given as much assistance as possible - WHENEVER and WHEREVER possible. As a matter of fact, I am of the considered opinion, that anybody can…

Upholding human rights against arbitrary arrest

By Sir Ronald Sanders The government of Canada has taken an initiative to promote a Declaration by like-minded countries against the use of arbitrary detention in state-to-state relations. The…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages.com weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, people can act in very strange ways and sometimes at the most inappropriate times. I have learnt in my expanded lifetime, that…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, it is difficult to deal with any aspect of compliance. Once you have to enforce regulations or laws, trust me, there are some persons…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, we are living in the scariest of times, but by God’s grace, we will survive. At the time of my writing, we are just moments away from…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages.com weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it when it’s not one thing, it’s another! So, here we are, muted in fear, as we struggle against the unknown vices of COVID-19 and as…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages.com weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, we have to be very careful about how we operate as individuals within our small community. On Wednesday, as I was walking along…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages.com weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, there are certain job options that I would always avoid, but for some of them, I have total respect for those persons who work in…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, we have to learn to understand people and appreciate their peculiar circumstances, which may well dictate their behavioural traits.  …

THE WAY I SEE IT – NICKNAMES

A weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, in this harshly critical society in which we exist, NICKNAMES are inevitable. Very few persons on Nevis, have succeeded in living their entire…

A nation’s right to determine its friends

Article by Sir Ronald Sanders Friday, September 4, 2020 — (The writer is Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the United States and the Organisation of American States. He is also a Senior Fellow at…