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Shooting at Hospital Leaves One Injured, Several Traumatised

Shooting at Hospital Leaves One Injured, Several Traumatised

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:3595 Local Toni Frederick

St. Kitts and sell viagra Nevis (WINN):  Shots rang out at the get propecia prescription JNF Hospital on Monday night, when two gunmen chased a Basseterre teen through the Accident and Emergency area, firing several shots at him and wounding him about his body. Police have confirmed that the gunmen, one masked, entered the waiting room of the general Accident and Emergency at about 7:45 p.m., and shot at 19-year old Kaheel Herbert of Lower Thibou Avenue. WINN FM understands that Herbert ran into the treatment area and was pursued by the gunmen, who continued to fire at him as he ran.  The assailants fled on foot,...

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Astaphan: Despite progress, SKN has deteriorated in several key areas

Astaphan: Despite progress, SKN has deteriorated in several key areas

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:660 Local Ken Richards

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St Kitts and Nevis has made progress in a number of areas, but the buy canadian cialis country has deteriorated in several key areas. That assessment is coming from Operation Rescue’s Dwyer Astaphan. He cites respect for the constitution, the rule of law, and governance as areas which have suffered instead of improving. The former government minister is cialis professional generic blaming the present administration of i recommend Prime Minister Denzil Douglas for what he describes as an unflattering situation. The former minister listed corruption, mismanagement of public finances, high debt, political divisiveness and political interference in the civil service as some of the areas...

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Former AG supports call for proper funding of judiciary

Former AG supports call for proper funding of judiciary

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:551 Local Ken Richards

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Queens Counsel Tapley Seaton says he fully supports a call for proper funding of the judiciary and more specifically the OECS Supreme Court.  The appeal was made by Chief Justice Janice Pereira at the opening of the new law year in the sub-region. Former attorney general Seaton says the problem of inadequate funding is a serious one. “We at the OECS have been advocating a trust fund for many years because it has worked successfully with the CCJ and so we think that’s the way to relieve that intervention,” the Queen’s Counsel said. “The court has...

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Queens Counsel calls for revisiting of defamation laws

Queens Counsel calls for revisiting of defamation laws

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:767 Local Andre Huie

 St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Acclaimed attorney Dr Henry Browne Q.C. is calling for the revisiting of the Federation’s defamation laws to ensure it does not stifle free speech. Addressing members of the judiciary at the recent opening of the new law year, Dr. Browne took note of the active media in the Federation that encourages free speech, but cautions that this is being quelled due to defamation law suits by politicians. “The law of generic levitra purchase defamation has been evoked, in my view to cialis 5mg prices shutdown or at least chill political discussions and to skirt issues of accountability as it relates to public...

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Court taking measures to address backlog of cases

Court taking measures to address backlog of cases

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:728 Local Andre Huie

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St. Kitts Nevis resident judge Justice Marlene Carter is announcing initiatives designed to address the levitra samples backlog of civil and faithinpractice.org criminal court cases. Addressing members of the Bar at a special sitting of the high court in Basseterre, as the new law year opens; Justice Carter says the civil registry has already been instructed to indicate dedicated days for specific types of matters. “I have directed the civil registry that wherever practicable, to list matters either for a morning or afternoon session. What has previously obtained, where a civil list contains 30 or even 40 matters,...

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NIA Awards 17 Persons For Their Service To Nevis

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:77 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

NIA Awards 17 Persons For Their Service To Nevis

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS -- Seventeen persons were awarded by the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), for their contribution to the development...

Second Pier At Port Zante Is Expected To Double Cruise Ship Passengers

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Second Pier At Port Zante Is Expected To Double Cruise Ship Passengers

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (CUOPM) – A second pier at St. Kitts' Port Zante is expected to double the number of...

Office World Donates Computers To Fight Crime

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Office World Donates Computers To Fight Crime

Basseterre, St. Kitts (SKNIS): A private partner of the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has stepped forward to donate...

Nevis Retains Caribbean Youth Congress Title

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:218 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Nevis Retains Caribbean Youth Congress Title

(BRIDGETOWN, Barbados) 22 September 2014 – The title of Caribbean Tourism Youth Congress Winner has been retained by Nevis for...

PAM: Massive Central Basseterre Whistle Stop Pulled Off By Unity's Jonel Powell

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PAM: Massive Central Basseterre Whistle Stop Pulled Off By Unity's Jonel Powell

  (PAM) The political campaign of diuretics and viagra the Deputy Leader of the opposition People's Action Movement, (PAM), Jonel Powell, took a turn...

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House Speaker Files $50M Lawsuit

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:67 Regional Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

House Speaker Files $50M Lawsuit

(Kaieteur News) An injunction has been granted barring Johnny Anthony Welshman from publishing, whether in the print or electronic media,...

Eighteen Year Old Dies After Beating From Grandmother

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Eighteen Year Old Dies After Beating From Grandmother

(Antigua Observer) ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Jael Thomas, 18, who died following an alleged beating by her grandmother was estranged...

Journalists Wounded While Covering Street Clashes In Dominican Republic

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:38 Regional Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Journalists Wounded While Covering Street Clashes In Dominican Republic

(Caribbean News Now) SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (RSF) -- At least three journalists were injured while covering clashes between police...

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Walters Leaves The Competition In The Dust

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:38 Sports Curtis Morton - avatar Curtis Morton

Walters Leaves The Competition In The Dust

Kareem Walters smoked his way to victory and in the process forced Gavin Clarke’s KING OF CALLE into second place...

Police Probe Racist Abuse Directed At Liverpool Striker After Tweet

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Police Probe Racist Abuse Directed At Liverpool Striker After Tweet

(CNN) -- Racist abuse on social media shows no sign of diminishing in European football after British police launched an...

Youngsters Make Waves In Local Trials

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:197 Sports Curtis Morton - avatar Curtis Morton

Youngsters Make Waves In Local Trials

Three of Nevis’ youthful cricketers performed creditably on the weekend, as the Nevis trial squad continued its preparations for the...

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C'bean Airlines Expected To Lose $718M

Tuesday 23rd September, 2014 Hits:37 Business Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

C'bean Airlines Expected To Lose $718M

(Trinidad Newsday) STATE-owned Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) is expected to make a loss next year, accounting for an increase in...

Clorox Exits Venezuela Citing Government Restrictions

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Clorox Exits Venezuela Citing Government Restrictions

(Jamaica  Gleaner) Clorox is shutting down all operations in Venezuela citing restrictions by the government, supply disruptions and economic uncertainty. The...

Gov't Invests Billions To Provide Jamaicans With Internet Access

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Gov't Invests Billions To Provide Jamaicans With Internet Access

  (Jamaica Observer) THE Universal Service Fund (USF) has invested billions of only here dollars over the purchase cialis last nine years to provide Internet...

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Keyshia Cole Arrested On Suspicion Of Battery

Monday 22nd September, 2014 Hits:219 Entertainment News Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

Keyshia Cole Arrested On Suspicion Of Battery

(Huffington Post) LOS ANGELES — Police say Grammy-nominated R&B singer Keyshia Cole has been arrested on suspicion of battery after...

'The Lion King' Earns Record Box Office

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'The Lion King' Earns Record Box Office

NEW YORK (AP) -- Here's something the folks at Disney can take real pride in: "The Lion King" is the...

Macka Diamond In Three Way Car Collision

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Macka Diamond In Three Way Car Collision

(Jamaica Observer) DANCEHALL entertainer Macka Diamond on Friday escaped serious injury following a three-vehicle crash on Old Harbour Road in...