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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.…

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The way I see it, EDUCATION is a stressful process.  At this particular moment, many persons are breathing a sigh of relief.  Students across the federation, recently engaged in the TEST OF STANDARDS,…

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The way I see it, our senior citizens need to be revered, honoured and well taken care of. Earlier this week, I had a very interesting conversation with a friend about our senior citizens. We spoke…

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The way I see it, sickness not to play with and you can be laughing, happy and healthy one day and the next-or maybe the very same day, you are down and out, literally can’t help yourself. There is…

Photo Gallery: Good Bye to Blackman

James Teddy BLACKMAN Liburd did not receive such a rousing ovation when he bowled out the Empire Cricket team, in a local club match and bagged the remarkable bowling figures of 13 overs-9 wickets for…

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The way I see it, the BLACK FRIDAY shopping tradition is really a farce-if you ask me. First of all, I wonder why they had to call it BLACK Friday. Couldn’t it as easily have been WHITE Friday? In a…

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The way I see it, Mrs. Tricia Daniel was right –spot on, with her surmisings, as she delivered the feature address at the Charlestown Secondary Schools’ graduation, on Wednesday 14th November. In her…

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The way I see it, in life, everything should be done with TACT and DECORUM, in order to achieve maximum results. Just Thursday of this week, I was having a chat with some of the guys at one of the…

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The way I see it, Masters Cricket is the most exciting Cricket in the world and the Leeward Islands Masters’ Cricket tournament, tops the list. The Leewards Masters’ Cricket tournament was played in…

The way I see it, it is a horrible thing to be…

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, it is a horrible thing to be called a CHEAT. For the entire week past, the word CHEAT resonated in our ears and many persons shared many varied opinions. It forced…

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By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, the old adage ‘CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS,’ still holds true, even in this ‘modern’ era. I had the rare opportunity to have a conversation recently, with…

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By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, we are not the loving and caring society that we purport ourselves to be. Now, you may well wonder how I came to such a conclusion. Well, within the last three…

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By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, measures need to be put in place for the general population of Nevis, to learn at least one other language. I have been observing that persons from other countries,…

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By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, I equate POLITICS to the game of Cricket and the more I examine it, the more I am convinced. So, as a Sports Journalist, I think that it is my sacred duty to give a…

The Way I See It-Friday 8th December 2017

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, this is a time and age when 'Mixed Messages' won’t work. I have learnt that there are certain key elements in COMMUNICATIONS and each aspect is key to the effectual…