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Moving Beyond Tragedy

By:T. C. Phipps-Benjamin Many years ago, my parents shared with me their thoughts on one of the greatest tragedies in our Federation's history; the sinking of the M. V. Christena. On Saturday August…

THE WAY I SEE IT

The way I see it, I do not believe that I will ever be rich. I am convinced that God in his wisdom, somehow knows that if he was ever to allow me to be the steward of a load of money, I would change…

THE WAY I SEE IT-FRIDAY 2ND DECEMBER 2016

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, travelling to St. Maarten on a boat for Cricket and shopping and the like, can be very traumatic. I took my happy self and decided to travel with the Nevis over…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By: Curtis Morton The way I see it, we should give honour where it is due. I mean Jesus said so himself and we ought to follow what Jesus says. On Wednesday of this week, Prince Henry of Wales,…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, even the nicest, sweetest persons, are prone to get angry. The bible clearly states: ‘Be angry and sin not’ and so it is obvious that it is not a sin to be angry but…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, whenever we are overcome by FEAR, it could be very detrimental to our well-being. My good friend GOOGLE tells me that FEAR is ‘an unpleasant emotion caused by the…

The Way I See It

 The Way I see it, AGE is an honour and older persons must be well taken care of. By .Curtis Morton The month of October, significantly saw the annual special tributes being paid to our senior…

St Lucia’s spiral to happy Vat reduction

By:Melanius Alphonse In difficult financial times, the strategy of 20/20, tactfully employed, favours a methodical approach to delivering and implementing an economic plan, a chemistry to bridge the…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, the use of expletives or swear words, are not as absolutely necessary as some may think. As a matter of fact, for the purposes of this class, I concur with one local…

“An open Letter to Honourable Troy Liburd”

By:Pastor Ron Daniel I first was able to get close to Troy through cricket about twenty years ago on the cricket field.  At the time, we played against each other when GSS came down to the park to…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, boys and girls need to be taught from right early, how to be industrious in and around the home. As I stated some time ago, I grew up in a large family where there…

THE WAY I SEE IT

The way I see it, some people in Nevis, believe in some real TRUPITNISS! Now I know I am going to mash a few toes and some corns today but am willing to take the repercussions. It was just this week…

THE WAY I SEE IT

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, we really have to be extremely careful in all of our dealings, on a daily basis. On Wednesday of this week, I had occasion to go to the Post office to collect a…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, the issue of proper customer service is not going to go away anytime soon. On Thursday 22nd September, I was privileged to be invited to the 10th annual consultation of the economy,…

The Way I See It

By:Curtis Morton The way I see it, INDEPENDENCE in any aspect of life is significant. I remember the days when I was growing up, when parents would tell (especially boys who were ‘playing man’), to…