The St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd. wishes to inform the public that its Main Office, located on Central Street, Basseterre, will be open on Thursday 16th April and Friday 17th April 2020 from 8:30am- 12pm.
Detectives working on the recent break- in and stealing at Warner Park in Basseterre have held and released two minors who are expected to appear before the Child Justice Committee in this matter.
Detectives investigating the shooting death of national footballer 28-year-old Kennedy ‘K’ Isles- the first recorded homicide victim for 2020-have made an arrest in the case which reportedly saw several persons assisting police.
A break-in on the compound of the Warner Park Cricket Stadium has caused a delay in starting the four-day match schedule of the Hurricanes v Pride West Indies Championship.
An autopsy report has revealed that homicide victim national footballer 28-year-old Kennedy ‘K’ Isles died from multiple gunshot wounds following a shooting incident outside his home over the past weekend.
She was laughed at on social media after going viral locally for speech blunders made during on stage during a promotional appearance for the show but in a turn of events, 18-year-old Leonna Brookes was crowned Queen of the St. Peter’s Festival Pageant over the past weekend, and her winning talent performance was a direct response to her critics.
St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association (SKNFA) was highly praised for their progressive management of the sport, which has warranted the support of the St. Kitts and Nevis National Olympic Committee.
The home franchise team- the St.Kitts and Nevis Patriots- had an exciting historic win but unfortunately their winning ways did not did not roll over into game two during the first two home games of the CPL T20 league played at Warner Park Cricket Stadium on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
Year number eight is shaping up to be great for the region’s largest cancer fundraising and awareness event - CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure.
Over the past weekend, the annual community football league sponsored by well-known community activist Dr. Terrance Drew kicked off with much enthusiasm and readiness from all eight (8) participating teams, including the defending champions- Douglas United.