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Saturday 22nd July 2017

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Possible 2017 Payout For ECCU British American Policyholders

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); Regional policyholders of the British American Insurance Company Limited may be one step closer to receiving a payout, eight years after the company collapsed. Close to 4000 individuals and businesses in St. Kitts and Nevis were among the many persons in the Eastern Caribbean who suffered losses when BAICO failed. For the OECS alone, the loss...

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Cyber Security One Of The Top Issues Facing The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

Clive Bacchus

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Timothy Antoine addressed the issue of the bank's response to the growing threats of cyber attacks. “Cyber security is actually one of the top issues facing Central Banks all over the world including the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. We have been involved in a number of international forums on...

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ECCB To Publish Fees And Charges For Commercial Banks

Clive Bacchus

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): As commercial banks explore new revenue initiatives including an increase in some bank fees, the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union is announcing new measures to inform the public about the current rates. Chairman of the ECCU the Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerritt, addressed the issue at a press conference in Dominica Friday afternoon at the conclusion...

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Two Found Guilty Of Robbery For A Second Time

LK Hewlett

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): A jury has once again found two men from Tabernacle guilty of robbery and assault, in a case stemming back some seven years ago. Phillip Jones and Jervain Rawlins of Carty Pasture, Tabernacle went before the high court for retrial for the July 2010 robbery of an OD Brisbane delivery van at a shop in Halfway...

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The Lion King Comes To St. Kitts and Nevis!

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); The musical The Lion King is coming to the federation this weekend, but it won’t be the Broadway version of the play, it will be the Antigua edition. A 35-member ensemble cast from Antigua will be performing the hit play for two showings in St. Kitts this weekend, before going over to Nevis on Tuesday. Gilbert Laudat...

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