A contingent of seven students and two teachers from St. Kitts traveled to Washington DC on Monday November 13 to participate in the 42 nd Model OAS Competition for High Schools (MOAS). The MOAS General Assembly will be conducted under the theme Digital Transformation for Sustainable Development in the Americas: Empowering the youth to be a catalyst of change from Wednesday November 14 to Friday November 17 at the Organization of American States (OAS) Headquarters in Washington DC.
You have to get serious with your foods. Select the ones that nature creates.”
Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Terrance Drew concluded a highly productive visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, marking his participation in the inaugural CARICOM-Saudi Arabia Summit in Riyadh. During this significant Summit, Prime Minister Drew engaged in several impactful bilateral discussions that were aimed at fostering robust partnerships and advancing Saint Kitts and Nevis’ Sustainable Island State agenda.
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.”
The Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, the Honourable Dr. Terrance Drew delivered the keynote address at the Caribbean Examination Council’s (CXC) 3rd Annual Ministerial Summit on Educational Transformation, where he supported the call for educational transformation across the Caribbean region.
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.
Republic Bank (EC) St. Lucia has been recognized as the 2023 Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Bank of the Year for Corporate Social Responsibility for its commitment to the wider community, underpinned by its Corporate Social Responsibility programme ‘The Power to Make a Difference’. This prestigious award presented by the ECCU was announced at a ceremony held at the Central Bank’s headquarters in Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis on November 8, 2023.
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.
The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis enjoyed the rare privilege of opening the debates at the biennial UNESCO General Conference, held in Paris this week. St. Kitts and Nevis made an impactful plea to UN Member States to put education at the heart of their government's plans to transform their economies and promote peace in an increasingly unstable international context
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.