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Tuesday 28th February 2017

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Bus Association Ready To Discuss Issues At Department Meeting

Staff Writer

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Bus Associations will be tabling their concerns at a Traffic Safety and Public Services Drivers Board meeting scheduled to be held Tuesday afternoon at the Department of Transport.  This is according to the President of the St. Kitts Bus Association, Dale Hughes, also known as Big Blue.  Speaking on WINN FM’s Traffic Talk program...

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Prime Minister Harris Congratulates Team Nevis On Winning The 45th Leeward Islands Debating Competition

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BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, February 27, 2017 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris has extended his congratulations to the Nevis Debating Team on its decisive victory in the 2017 edition of the Leeward Islands Debating Competition (LIDC). The competition, now in its 45th year, was held at the Nevis Performing Arts...

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Nevis Employment Figures At Record High

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); Data from the Social Security Scheme is showing that in 2016, 5590 persons were formally employed in Nevis, the highest the island has seen in the past twelve years. Deputy Premier Mark Brantley of the Concerned Citizen Movement (CCM), speaking with WINN FM: "We're very pleased at the figures we're seeing; of course I would give credit...

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Wilkin: Elections Free But Not Fair

Clive Bacchus

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Free and fair elections? The electoral system in the federation is free but certainly not fair, so says Queens Counsel Charles Wilkin.  “The word free connotes in relation to elections that persons who are entitled to register as voters and to vote in elections, are not unreasonably impeded in their exercise of those rights. Fairness is...

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Hamilton: Lawyers Should Return Funds To Dissatisfied Clients

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Attorney Chesley Hamilton has responded to concerns expressed by Prime Minister Timothy Harris about lawyers alleged not to be giving proper service to their clients. The Prime Minister said at a recent town hall meeting that he had been made aware that there are lawyers not delivering the required service to their clients, and the Bar...

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