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PM Harris Reports Early Growth For St. Kitts-Nevis In 2016

LK Hewlett | Wednesday 27th July 2016 07:18:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris has reported improved economic performance for St. Kitts and Nevis for the first quarter of 2016. He revealed the figures at a press conference on Wednesday (July 27). “Revised data from the Statistics Department reveal for the first quarter of 2016 real GDP was estimated to have grown by about 3.3 percent...

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Drivers Relatively ‘OK’ After Bypass Crash

LK Hewlett | Wednesday 27th July 2016 01:40:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The drivers involved in a major car crash on the Bypass Road Tuesday afternoon (July 26) remain hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.  The accident occurred around 2:45pm in the vicinity of the Cable Heading Station in Laguerite. Speaking to WINN FM the driver of a vehicle that was travelling East in front of a Suzuki Swift, P1159...

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No Charges Laid In Recent Gun Finds

Staff Writer | Wednesday 27th July 2016 01:31:pm

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Just three days after Police seized a Mac 10 semi-automatic pistol at a residence in Ponds Pasture, they have taken yet another illegal firearm off the streets. On Monday (July 25) police executed a search of a property in Needsmust Estates and found a 9mm Beretta pistol with a magazine and 10 rounds of ammunition. One person...

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PM and Premier Appeal to Families Not to Harbour and Protect Criminals

Toni Frederick | Wednesday 27th July 2016 08:19:am

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  The Prime Minister and the Premier of Nevis are making a joint appeal to the families of criminals not to encourage, enable or protect them. “We have in our homes, persons who are harbouring criminals.  Persons who are aware that guns and ammunitions are being held illegally by members within their household,” Prime Minister Dr. Timothy...

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Former CFBC Head Says Minister Did Best to Destroy His Life

Toni Frederick | Wednesday 27th July 2016 07:40:am

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  Former CFBC President Kelvin Daley is responding to comments made by the Minister of Education about his recent sacking. At a town hall meeting on Monday night, Education Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Shawn Richards said the CFBC's books were in disarray under Dr. Daley's management with missing monies and large unpaid bills. Reading from an audit...

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