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Sunday, October 1, 2023


We at TDC, we are firmly of the view that this is an investment come pandemic and hurricane or earthquake, we are going to continue to support the Warren C. Tyson Scholarship Programme. We have decided to cut back on a number of things and this is one area where we decided…we can’t cut back on… because it’s an investment in the future
PRESS RELEASE: SUGAR CURATE Basseterre St. Kitts, October 12, 2021— Thought-provoking online series,“The Show” returned for a second season on Sunday 10th October 2021. The first season premiered on 31st January...
Night curfew hurrying road accidents, including a fatal one, has resulted in local authorities asking businesses to close by a certain time as part of the new regulations.
Carib Brewery (St.Kitts-Nevis) Limited. is asking people of the Federation not to participate in the popular crate challenge game by encouraging all to “enjoy life responsibly.”
Service Providers within the sectors of the cruise tourism industry are being encouraged to their part for the nation’s road to economic recovery.
You have to get serious with your foods. Select the ones that nature creates.”
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Urban Development Shawn Richards has indicated that apart from the North Independence Square Street spot, the government is also looking at two other areas for the relocation of food truck vendors who have been doing business in Basseterre.
The in-person order by police officers instructing food truck vendors in Basseterre to cease and desist operations has created a recipe for disaster for business owners-particularly those around Independence Square- who say they were not properly informed by government via a letter to do so. On Thursday 15th July 2021, this reporter spoke with two business owners who are licensed to work on the street in that area, namely Sheldon of Lifespan Organic Vegan Food and David Heyliger of Samantha’s Diner who said they were not aware of any new measure made about their line of work.
Chairman of the National COVID-19 Task Force Abdias Samuel has highlighted that there are recommendations for reducing quarantine in hopes of increasing stay-over tourists to St.Kitts-Nevis.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Hazel Laws has listed two areas linked to the current virus outbreak in St.Kitts-Nevis, namely the vaccination rate as well as workplaces and individuals not following the COVID-19 prevention and control measures.