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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Douglas’ Lawyers To Address Passport Privacy Invasion

While the legal team for the Opposition Leader of the St.Kitts-Nevis Labour Party, Dr. Denzil Douglas, is in celebration mode following this afternoon’s dismissed outcome in the case brought against him by the Attorney General Vincent ‘Juicy’ Byron Jr.-the claimant, the next step is to address the manner in which Douglas’ diplomatic passport information became public in the first place.

Wrensford Worried About Old Road Bay Construction

By: Precious Mills BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (Friday 8th February 2019)- Steve Wrenford, a resident of Old Road and the Opposition St.Kitts-Nevis Labour...

Unconfirmed Political Candidate Returns To Court Tomorrow

Lawyers representing Leon Natta wants the court to make a declaration that the well-known senior customs officer is entitled to contest the upcoming general elections, and come tomorrow (Monday) Justice Eddy Ventose is expected to make a judgment in the matter.

Douglas To Byron: ‘Ask Simmonds How I Treated Him’

Following yesterday’s (Thursday) adjourned matter on the case at the High Court preside over by Justice Trevor Warde QC, Dr. Douglas was overheard in a conversation with Byron saying to him: “Ask Simmonds how I treated him” in referring to the courtesy extended to the former Prime Minister Sir Kennedy Simmonds of the former PAM Administration by his Labour Party government.

Petitioners To Gov’t: Do Not Build There

According to the over 500 individuals who have participated in an online petition, permission is not granted for the government to construct a new Basseterre High School (BHS)  in the vicinity of the Basseterre Aquifer located in the East Basseterre area.

Police Address Unexpected Arrest

Was well-known local calypsonian Unexpected recently arrested in connection to his Sugar Mas 47 hit song called ‘Who For King’?

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.

Geoffrey Hanley Out To Clear His Name

By: Spokesman Newsroom BASSETERRRE, St.Kitts (Friday 23rd November 2018)-Accused by timescaribbeanonline.com in a recent article of mismanagement of the former PEP (People Employment Programme),...

Curtis Crooke Back To Work…Sort Of

By: Spokesman Newsroom BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (Friday 23rd November 2018)-Well-known political activist 46-year-old Curtis Crooke is back out to work this week but not at the...

Protestor Curtis Crooke Labelled A Security Threat, Loses Airport Work Access

By: Precious Mills BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (Thursday 15th November 2018)-Labelled a “high risk threat to national security”, a well-known protestor and social media commentator, Curtis...

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