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Monday, February 18, 2019

Double Murder Under 24 Hours

While police have yet to confirm, credible information reaching this media house has indicated that a young man was shot dead early this morning hours after another met the same demise last night.
Old Road Rehabilitation Project Contract Signing

Old Road Bay Design To Feature 30 Feet Seaward Displacement

The government’s Old Road Rehabilitation Project, estimated to cost in the vicinity ofEC$ 31 million with assistance from the government of the Republic of China (Taiwan), is said to be a comprehensive design which features a seaward displacement of about 30 feet.

Time To Erect 1935 Buckley’s Uprising Monument

A ceremony held on Monday 28th January (the actual commemorative day) at Buckley’s Estate was observed under the theme: ‘The Martyrs Ultimate Sacrifice Of the Buckley’s Uprising Should Never Go Untold.’

Wanted Man, Nyon Dasent is currently in Police Custody

Nyon Dasent, for whom a wanted poster was issued, turned himself in to the Police on Monday (Janaury 28).

Nyon Dasent Wanted by Police

Nyon Dasent is currently wanted by the Police in relation to the firearm that was found earlier this month. 

Passengers Stuck After Buses Crash

A collision of two omni buses this afternoon in the New Guinea community resulted in passengers being trapped in separate vehicles.

Chris Brown Released Without Charges in Paris After Rape Accusation

By Aurelien Breeden Jan. 22, 2019SOURCE:www.nytimes.com PARIS — The R&B singer Chris Brown was released without...

Charges Laid In Attempted Murder Of 3, Another In Custody

Two young men have been jointly charged for the attempted murder of the three young men who received gunshot wounds to their legs following a drive-by shooting in St. Paul’s while another suspect is in police custody.

No Departure Date For RSS Officers in St. Kitts – Nevis

At this time, there is no date set for the visiting officers of the Regional Security System (RSS) to leave St.Kitts-Nevis since their latest deployment in October 2018.

Allegedly Bribed Officers Blamed For Letting Tourists Leave, Uncharged

Three on-duty police officers involved in the recent controversial Marriott Hotel cops- visitors heated situation have been on the receiving end disciplinary action in the matter while an off-duty one is being praised for providing assistance to his colleagues.

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