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Shark Sighting Not A Cause For Alarm

Toni Frederick | Saturday 13th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A shark warning by Nevis' Department of Fisheries came as a surprise to the Director of the St. Kitts Fisheries Marc Williams, who tells WINN FM that his inquires indicate that there was just one incident reported of a bull shark coming ashore in pursuit of prey. Something he says that is not unusual. “There’s no...

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Fifty Graduate As Drug Abuse Prevention Specialists

Toni Frederick | Saturday 13th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St. Kitts and Nevis is about to have a boost to its drug abuse and prevention services with the graduation of over 50 specialists in the field. National Council on Drug Abuse Prevention will host the graduation ceremony and a fundraiser on Saturday night. Karimu Byron is the General Secretary for the Council and the Director of...

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Port Zante Merchant Showdown Over Regulations

Toni Frederick | Friday 12th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Tensions over merchant regulations at Port Zante came to a head Thursday with frustrated shop owners complaining that the system there was not working. Merchants have been reminded that they are not allowed to solicit business from visitors and they’ve been instructed to cease offering taxi drivers incentives to channel business their way, but there...

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Solid Waste Management Seeks Security After Threats

Ken Richards | Friday 12th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): An alleged threat by a businessman on the lives of workers of the Solid Waste Management Corporation has prompted a call for police security for these workers when carrying out their duties. The Corporation’s Operations Supervisor Wilmon McCall is making the appeal to have such security when the workers visit homes and sites to issue tickets...

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Parliamentary Opposition Produces List Of Alleged Victimization Of Its Supporters

Ken Richards | Thursday 11th February 2016

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The opposition St Kitts Nevis Labour Party is seeking to give teeth to its claims of political victimization by the Team Unity administration against public servants who support the SKNLP. Party chairman and former health minister Marcella Liburd speaking on Freedom FM Wednesday, rattled out a long list of people she said had been dismissed or...

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