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Joint Operations Lead to Firearm, Ammunition Discovery

Officers from the Nevis Division, the Special Services Unit (SSU), and the Regional Security Service (RSS), along with Soldiers from the St. Kitts-Nevis Defence Force (SKNDF) conducted several operations throughout Nevis on Sunday, December 09, 2018.

SKNLP Candidates Sign Personal-Professional Good Conduct Document

The seven confirmed candidates of the Opposition St.Kitts Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP), who are executive members, publicly affixed their signatures to a 6-page Code of Ethical Conduct document which speaks to commitment to good conduct of both personal and professional standards.

Double Salary Announced; Update On $500 PAP Given

After weeks and months of speculation and anticipation, civil servants now know to expect a double salary this month along with an update on the $500 details of Poverty Alleviation Programme (PAP).

St. Paul’s Youth Found Guilty Of 2015 Murder

Kevon Hamilton,25, of St. Paul's Village but who resided in West Farm has been found guilty of the June 2015 murder of Ernest 'Gray Patch' Hendricks of Palmetto Point following a hearing at the High Court and is expected to be sentenced come early next year.

Gayle Wins Over $220,000 In Fairfax Fallout

West Indies Cricket star and Captain of the St.Kitts and Nevis Patriots 39-year-old Chris Gayle received a court payout of $300,000 Australian dollars (equivalent to US$221,000 or £173,000) from Fairfax Media in a defamation suit concerning a series of published news articles which claimed he indecently exposed himself to female massage therapist Leanne Russell.

Kittitian Wins Talent Competition Held In Taiwan

Stephen Richards, a national of St. Kitts and Nevis was announced the winner of the first ever Taiwan ICDF 2018 TICA talent competition held in Taiwan on Saturday 1st December.

Top Official: No Scotiabank Layoffs

The Vice President and Managing Director of Eastern Caribbean for Scotiabank, David Parks, has informed that after Scotiabank sells its banking operations to the Republic of Financing Holding Limited (RFHL) based in Trinidad and Tobago, the employees would join the new company.

Scotiabank Not Sold (As Yet)

By: Precious Mills BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (November 2018)-News broke earlier this week that Scotiabank (out of Canada) has entered into an agreement to sell its Caribbean...

New Taiwanese Ambassador Treats Media Workers To Lunch

By: Precious Mills BASSETERRE, St. Kitts (November 2018)- More than 10 local media workers, who operate collectively on both islands of St.Kitts and Nevis,...

Taiwan Donates Dialysis Machines To Hospital

By: Precious Mills BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (November 2018)-This week, the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan)- acting on behalf of its government- donated three (3)...

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