Survey: Mostly Single-Parent Families In SKN

Such demographic insight was spotlighted by Senior Community Development Officer Mrs. Erslyn Bridgewater when quizzed by interviewer Ian Richards during an edition of ‘InFocus’ aired live on radio and television by the St. Kitts-Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) on Wednesday 22nd May 2024.

Survey: Mostly Single-Parent Families In SKN

Such demographic insight was spotlighted by Senior Community Development Officer Mrs. Erslyn Bridgewater when quizzed by interviewer Ian Richards during an edition of ‘InFocus’ aired live on radio and television by the St. Kitts-Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) on Wednesday 22nd May 2024.

SKNLP Conference Guest Speaker Addresses Importance of Ongoing Political Connection

“As I said at the beginning, there is a difference between governance and politics. But don't make the mistake of forgetting the political work. When in government, keep in touch with the people in good and bad times.”

Ras Iya Comments On Importance Of Honouring African Heritage and Unity

Public Relations Officer of the Nyabinghi Theocracy Order Samande ‘Ras Iya’ Reidrecently emphasized the significance of celebrating the annual African Liberation Day (observed on 25th May) here in St.Kitts and Nevis.

A Call to Action: Conserve Water in St. Kitts and Nevis

Water is the essence of life. It sustains our bodies, nourishes our crops, powers our businesses and maintains the natural ecosystems that underpin our planet's health.

Survey: Mostly Single-Parent Families In SKN

Such demographic insight was spotlighted by Senior Community Development Officer Mrs. Erslyn Bridgewater when quizzed by interviewer Ian Richards during an edition of ‘InFocus’ aired live on radio and television by the St. Kitts-Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) on Wednesday 22nd May 2024.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

A Violence-Free Future Needs All Hands on Deck

The government’s recent announcement of a gun amnesty program is a step towards this goal. This call, which allows individuals to surrender firearms without fear of prosecution, can be seen as a beacon of hope for those trapped in the cycle of violence. It provides an opportunity for change, a chance for redemption and a path towards a safer St. Kitts and Nevis.

Crime Prevention Is Everybody’s Business, Right?

On the subject of crime, especially gun violence, there is always a divide among our people-be it political, personal or otherwise. As our natural human emotions would dictate, there is never a shortage of the collective expressions of sadness, shock, anger, disappointment as well as advice sharing on possible solutions to remedy the situation.

No One is Above the Law

Locally, we often make reference to people being humbled when brought before the court despite whatever unruly public display of attitude or personality trait because ‘In dey no like out ya.’

Hip Hip Hooray For The Orange Economy

Editorial Friday 14th July 2023 Many of us enjoy the arts and culture and all...

Say No To Idle Hands This Summer

Editorial-Friday 28th July 2023 There is an old local well-known proverb ‘Idle hands are the...

SKNLP Conference Guest Speaker Addresses Importance of Ongoing Political Connection

“As I said at the beginning, there is a difference between governance and politics. But don't make the mistake of forgetting the political work. When in government, keep in touch with the people in good and bad times.”
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Workers News

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

Workers Union Field Officer Rates Impactful Radio Appearance

“Well, what I can say is that the radio appearance exercise went very well because even this afternoon, as I was meeting with a lot of workers, they felt that what we said yesterday was very impactful and that people really need to join the union in these times."

Workers’ Union Launches Online Campaign Ahead of Labour Day

In anticipation of Labour Day, the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union (SKNT&LU), has launched its 'Workers Matter First'  online campaign, aimed at amplifying the voices of workers and fostering a culture of advocacy and solidarity.

C. F. Bryant College to Boost Recruitment of Women in Non-Traditional Courses

The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) in St. Kitts is poised to step up recruitment initiatives to get more women involved in technical and vocational fields traditionally dominated by men.

St. Kitts and Nevis Expands Gender Inclusivity Through New Vocational Training Initiative With Taiwan Technical Mission

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, in partnership with the Taiwan Technical Mission, launched an innovative project aimed at promoting sustainable development and gender inclusivity. The ceremony marking the commencement of the project was held at the CUNA Conference Center on Tuesday, April 16, 2024.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

Workers Union Field Officer Rates Impactful Radio Appearance

“Well, what I can say is that the radio appearance exercise went very well because even this afternoon, as I was meeting with a lot of workers, they felt that what we said yesterday was very impactful and that people really need to join the union in these times."

Workers’ Union Launches Online Campaign Ahead of Labour Day

In anticipation of Labour Day, the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union (SKNT&LU), has launched its 'Workers Matter First'  online campaign, aimed at amplifying the voices of workers and fostering a culture of advocacy and solidarity.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

Workers Union Field Officer Rates Impactful Radio Appearance

“Well, what I can say is that the radio appearance exercise went very well because even this afternoon, as I was meeting with a lot of workers, they felt that what we said yesterday was very impactful and that people really need to join the union in these times."

Workers’ Union Launches Online Campaign Ahead of Labour Day

In anticipation of Labour Day, the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union (SKNT&LU), has launched its 'Workers Matter First'  online campaign, aimed at amplifying the voices of workers and fostering a culture of advocacy and solidarity.

C. F. Bryant College to Boost Recruitment of Women in Non-Traditional Courses

The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) in St. Kitts is poised to step up recruitment initiatives to get more women involved in technical and vocational fields traditionally dominated by men.

St. Kitts and Nevis Expands Gender Inclusivity Through New Vocational Training Initiative With Taiwan Technical Mission

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, in partnership with the Taiwan Technical Mission, launched an innovative project aimed at promoting sustainable development and gender inclusivity. The ceremony marking the commencement of the project was held at the CUNA Conference Center on Tuesday, April 16, 2024.

Human Resource Management Department Receives All-clear to Operate at Full Capacity

The Human Resource Management Department (HRMD), located at Government Headquarters, has received the all-clear to resume operations at full capacity, effective immediately. All services that were temporarily suspended will once again be available to employees and stakeholders.

Local Politics

SKNLP Constituency Eight Conducts Successful Executive Committee Elections For Chairperson, Vice Chairpersons As Part Of New Term Leadership Readiness

Constituency Eight of the St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) is thrilled to announce  results of the recent elections for the positions of Chairperson and two Vice-Chairpersons held on Sunday, April 14, 2024, at the St. Peter's Anglican Church Hall, aimed at putting together a 'Red and Ready' dynamic executive committee to lead the constituency in its new term.

Astaphan: Richards Will Not Run For Public Office Again

… it may well be that when the history of now is recorded, it will show Mr. Richards’ resignation as contributing to the process of PAM [People’s Action Movement] regrouping. I am sure that in his selflessness, he would not mind if that is how history unfolded.”

Shawn Richards: ‘I Am Stepping Aside, Not Away’

“In stepping aside, I make room for that leadership to take the helm and carry forward the torches of progress, innovation, and unity. Let me be clear. Stepping aside does not mean stepping away. I remain committed to the People's Action Movement's ideals and St. Kitts and Nevis' future goals.”

National Productivity Council Bill 2024, Successfully Passes Through Federal Parliament

The National Productivity Council Bill, 2024,  secured safe passage through the Federal Parliament on Tuesday, March 26, marking a pivotal moment in the establishment of the National Productivity Council and its related functions in St. Kitts and Nevis. 

Findings of an Internal Review of the Citizenship by Investment Programme Revealed an Over-dependence on CBI Revenue by the Former Administration

Prime Minister and Minister of National Security and Immigration, the Honourable Dr. Terrance Drew, delivered a statement in the National Assembly on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, that revealed some startling and troubling facts regarding the management of the country’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme under the former administration, and outlined the significant steps by his administration to strengthen the CBI and rebuild trust and confidence in the programme amongst international partners.

Social Commentary

A Call to Action: Conserve Water in St. Kitts and Nevis

Water is the essence of life. It sustains our bodies, nourishes our crops, powers our businesses and maintains the natural ecosystems that underpin our planet's health.

Ras Iya Comments On Importance Of Honouring African Heritage and Unity

Public Relations Officer of the Nyabinghi Theocracy Order Samande ‘Ras Iya’ Reidrecently emphasized the significance of celebrating the annual African Liberation Day (observed on 25th May) here in St.Kitts and Nevis.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

Our Universal Connection: Day Turned Into Night Spectacle

In this world, there exists countless wonders yet to be discovered as well countless moments of awe yet to be experienced presently and for generations to come. One of the most awe-inspiring moments we get to witness as human beings-those of us who are physically able to do so- is looking up at the stars and wondering about the universe  through thought-provoking yet intriguing internal questions or engaging conversations which continuously inspire and amaze us.

A Violence-Free Future Needs All Hands on Deck

The government’s recent announcement of a gun amnesty program is a step towards this goal. This call, which allows individuals to surrender firearms without fear of prosecution, can be seen as a beacon of hope for those trapped in the cycle of violence. It provides an opportunity for change, a chance for redemption and a path towards a safer St. Kitts and Nevis.

Human Interest

First Lady Diani Prince-Drew Engages In Public Outings, Community Service 

First LadyDiani Prince-Drew, the wife of St. Kitts-Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Terrance Drew, has been actively engaging in local public and community service since their marriage in February 2024, with her most recent involvement being donations of water to various preschools and daycare centre on the island of St.Kitts.

Environment Minister Applauds Changing Attitudes Towards Recycling, Waste Management

The National Recycling Program joint effort “has already made strides in changing behaviors and attitudes towards recycling and waste management.”

A Call to Action: Conserve Water in St. Kitts and Nevis

Water is the essence of life. It sustains our bodies, nourishes our crops, powers our businesses and maintains the natural ecosystems that underpin our planet's health.

Survey: Mostly Single-Parent Families In SKN

Such demographic insight was spotlighted by Senior Community Development Officer Mrs. Erslyn Bridgewater when quizzed by interviewer Ian Richards during an edition of ‘InFocus’ aired live on radio and television by the St. Kitts-Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) on Wednesday 22nd May 2024.

“STOP CRYING…”

On topic of mental well-being, Clinical Mental Health Counsellor and President of the St.Kitts Mental Health Association Zahra Jacobs, is calling on society to be more mindful, particularly in how boys are taught and told how to express their emotions.

PM Drew Says Gov’t Committed To Addressing Violence By: Spokesman Newsroom

“It was my sincere intention to personally engage with the affected families and the community before addressing the public, a commitment I fulfilled throughout the course of yesterday and early this morning.”

Ras Iya Comments On Importance Of Honouring African Heritage and Unity

Public Relations Officer of the Nyabinghi Theocracy Order Samande ‘Ras Iya’ Reidrecently emphasized the significance of celebrating the annual African Liberation Day (observed on 25th May) here in St.Kitts and Nevis.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

A Violence-Free Future Needs All Hands on Deck

The government’s recent announcement of a gun amnesty program is a step towards this goal. This call, which allows individuals to surrender firearms without fear of prosecution, can be seen as a beacon of hope for those trapped in the cycle of violence. It provides an opportunity for change, a chance for redemption and a path towards a safer St. Kitts and Nevis.
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A Call to Action: Conserve Water in St. Kitts and Nevis

Water is the essence of life. It sustains our bodies, nourishes our crops, powers our businesses and maintains the natural ecosystems that underpin our planet's health.

Survey: Mostly Single-Parent Families In SKN

Such demographic insight was spotlighted by Senior Community Development Officer Mrs. Erslyn Bridgewater when quizzed by interviewer Ian Richards during an edition of ‘InFocus’ aired live on radio and television by the St. Kitts-Nevis Information Service (SKNIS) on Wednesday 22nd May 2024.

SKNLP Conference Guest Speaker Addresses Importance of Ongoing Political Connection

“As I said at the beginning, there is a difference between governance and politics. But don't make the mistake of forgetting the political work. When in government, keep in touch with the people in good and bad times.”

Ras Iya Comments On Importance Of Honouring African Heritage and Unity

Public Relations Officer of the Nyabinghi Theocracy Order Samande ‘Ras Iya’ Reidrecently emphasized the significance of celebrating the annual African Liberation Day (observed on 25th May) here in St.Kitts and Nevis.

Local IT Expert Develops App For Digital Timesheet Payment Processing

In a move towards modernisation, the government’s STEP (Skills Training Empowerment Programme) office in St. Kitts has introduced an online system for the submission of workers’ timesheets by employers for processing weekly payments.

A Violence-Free Future Needs All Hands on Deck

The government’s recent announcement of a gun amnesty program is a step towards this goal. This call, which allows individuals to surrender firearms without fear of prosecution, can be seen as a beacon of hope for those trapped in the cycle of violence. It provides an opportunity for change, a chance for redemption and a path towards a safer St. Kitts and Nevis.

Workers Union Field Officer Rates Impactful Radio Appearance

“Well, what I can say is that the radio appearance exercise went very well because even this afternoon, as I was meeting with a lot of workers, they felt that what we said yesterday was very impactful and that people really need to join the union in these times."

PM Drew Calls For Public Health Approach to Crime

Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. Terrance Drew, is echoing his call for a transformative shift in addressing crime and violence by treating it as a public health matter as a holistic approach in the fight against crime and violence.

3 Killed, 2 Injured in 4 Days

Information reaching this media house suggests that in light of the recent deadly shootings in the Newtown community, members of the public have been expressing their views that 'hot spot' police patrol is necessary.

Workers’ Union Launches Online Campaign Ahead of Labour Day

In anticipation of Labour Day, the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union (SKNT&LU), has launched its 'Workers Matter First'  online campaign, aimed at amplifying the voices of workers and fostering a culture of advocacy and solidarity.

Emergency Cabinet Meeting Addresses Recent Surge in Violent Crime

In response to the recent surge in violent crime incidents within our Federation, an emergency Cabinet meeting was convened today, April 18, to address the situation. The meeting, chaired by the Honourable Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, Deputy Prime Minister, was held to assess the current state of affairs and to strategise on measures to ensure the safety and security of our citizens.

C. F. Bryant College to Boost Recruitment of Women in Non-Traditional Courses

The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) in St. Kitts is poised to step up recruitment initiatives to get more women involved in technical and vocational fields traditionally dominated by men.