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Tuesday 23rd May 2017

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CBI Agent and Broadcaster Support Eventual Phasing Out of Citizenship Programme

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The government is getting support for its plans to eventually exit the Citizenship by Investment programme after first strengthening other economic pillars of the economy in a bid to rely less on the CBI. CBI agent of Apex Capital Partners Nuri Katz says going that route is not surprising. “These programmes are never meant to be permanent...

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Education Officials Appeal For Leanna's Return

Jendayi Omowale

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): If the case of Leanna Napoleon’s disappearance is not solved, it shows that vulnerable people can be targeted in kidnappings, and the perpetrators can get away with it. That was said by Minister of Education Shawn Richards, at the Press Conference about the missing girl on Monday. “If this particular matter is left unsettled, it not only...

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Three Persons of Interest Assisting the Police in the Leanna Napoleon Matter

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Police still have no concrete evidence of the status or whereabouts of missing seventeen year old Leanna Napoleon, but they have three persons of interest assisting in the search for the missing Basseterre High School student. That update given by Officer Lyndita Powell of the Special Victims Unit Monday, at a press conference organized by the...

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Women Urged To Help Change The Federation’s Political Climate

Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): “There are many misconceptions, women still battle stereotypes and gender bias on a daily basis.” That remark by CARICOM Youth Ambassador Joy Napier set the tone for Saturday’s Inside The News discussion on women and their issues in the federation. “We have seen a huge increase in women stepping up to leadership roles, so we have seen...

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Search for Leanna: Malicious Actors Spreading Misinformation

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); As it nears the two-week mark since 17-year-old high school student Leanna Napoleon disappeared without a trace, police say malicious persons continue to spread misinformation about the situation, which have the potential to negatively impact authorities’ efforts to locate the missing girl. Leanna, who lived with her legal guardian in Keys Project, wrote one of her...

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