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Construction worker falls from roof of building

Construction worker falls from roof of building

Tuesday 30th September, 2014 Hits:1095 Local Staff Writer

St. Kitts and buy viagra made by pflizer Nevis (WINN): A young construction worker fell off the roof of a building being constructed in Bird Rock Tuesday morning. According to construction workers on site the one-storey Rams Cash and Carry building being constructed in Bird Rock, Jabari French was on the roof when he tripped on a piece of wood. He tried balancing himself to avoid falling but eventually had to jump down some 12 feet and landed on both his legs. EMS arrived on the scene and transported him to the JNF Hospital with both his legs strapped. One construction worker told WINN that his...

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SKELEC hosts general assembly, launches new uniforms

SKELEC hosts general assembly, launches new uniforms

Tuesday 30th September, 2014 Hits:531 Local Staff Writer

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): St. Kitts Electricity Company (SKELEC) hosted its 2nd annual general assembly on Friday at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort. SKELEC’s Communications Specialist Gawain Fraites told WINN that the levitra discounts General Assembly is designed to have all the staff together where they hear motivational speeches and given the chance to interact with management. He also said Friday’s event was used to noticieroseis.com launch the company’s new SMART meters as well as new uniforms. He noted that every two years the General Assembly will be held where new company uniforms will be launched. Andre Huie spoke to Mr. Fraites...

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Queen's Counsel Calls for Review of Secession Clause

Queen's Counsel Calls for Review of Secession Clause

Tuesday 30th September, 2014 Hits:640 Local Ken Richards

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN):  St Kitts and Nevis would be better off without the constitutional clause that gives Nevis the right to secede, according to one prominent attorney. Queens Counsel Dr Henry Browne, a Nevisian, made the cialis professional 100 mg observation during the governing Labour Party’s town hall style series of meetings dubbed Conversations for Progress. “Because of the inbuilt separatism in the Constitution, and the too often call for secession, loudly and or quietly, we miss the goal.  We’re cutting off our noses and spoiling our faces.’ Dr. Browne says the absence of canada viagra no prescription the clause would make for a more stable federation. “The Nevis electorate...

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Two persons of interest in hospital shooting surrender to police

Two persons of interest in hospital shooting surrender to police

Sunday 28th September, 2014 Hits:1314 Local Staff Writer

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Two of the three suspects in the hospital shooting have surrendered to police. Police said Sunday that Gavin White of Buckley’s site and generic mexico pharmacy viagra Ineldbo ‘Ibo’ Hendrickson from Malone Avenue have surrendered to police and they are still looking for Jahzya Roy Wilkerson of Shadwell who was the brand levitra viagra soft other person of interest. Wilkerson is 23 years old stands height 5’ 10” tall and is described as having a brown complexion, black hair and brown eyes. Nineteen year old Kaheel Herbert of Lower Thibou Avenue was killed after he was shot and shot at in the accident and...

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Ellia Jeffers granted bail

Ellia Jeffers granted bail

Sunday 28th September, 2014 Hits:1072 Local Staff Writer

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The St. Kitts Nevis Observer is reporting that accused drug smuggler Ellia Jeffers has been granted bail at $50,000. The newspaper said that at the Basseterre Magistrate Court Friday morning, the government worker was granted bail with two sureties. She was ordered to surrender her travel documents and will have to report to http://www.victoriabc.ca/viagra-purchase-canada the Basseterre Police Station every Friday between 6am and 6pm. She was represented by defense attorney Chesley Hamilton. The Observer says it was reliably informed that police prosecution requested more time to investigate the matter but the Magistrate did not accede. Jeffers, a...

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ICT Week: Information Technology Integral To Development

Tuesday 30th September, 2014 Hits:159 Press Releases Sourced Information - avatar Sourced Information

ICT Week: Information Technology Integral To Development

Basseterre, St. Kitts (SKNIS): Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information Technology and click now Telecommunications, Christopher Herbert, believes that Information...

Annual National Consultation On The Economy Meets On Thursday

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Annual National Consultation On The Economy Meets On Thursday

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (CUOPM) – Public and private sector officials, representatives of buy viagra generic several non-governmental organisations and students from the Clarence...

ECCU Teachers And Youth Officers Receive Training In Business Competitiveness

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ECCU Teachers And Youth Officers Receive Training In Business Competitiveness

(Press Release) Ninety-one teachers and youth development officers throughout the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) were exposed to information designed...

Embracing Technology – Celebrating Youth

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Embracing Technology – Celebrating Youth

A Caribbean Youth Day Message by the generic online cialis CARICOM Youth Ambassadors’ Corp Tuesday, 30th September, 2014 - Today marks yet another Caribbean...

Unity: Hamilton Reiterates Commitment To Comprehensive Health Insurance For All Under Unity Gov't

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Unity: Hamilton Reiterates Commitment To Comprehensive Health Insurance For All Under Unity Gov't

(UNITY) Basseterre, St.Kitts:-Hon. Eugene Hamilton Team UNITY Candidate and Parliamentary Representative for Constituency #8 has has reiterated his commitment to...

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Turks & Caicos Government Wins Civil Recovery Claim Against Former Minister

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Turks & Caicos Government Wins Civil Recovery Claim Against Former Minister

(Caribbean News Now) PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands -- In a decision handed down by former Chief Justice Goldsbrough, the...

ABLP Wins Barbuda Council Seat

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ABLP Wins Barbuda Council Seat

(Antigua Observer) ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Emrick John of the Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) was last night elected...

Police Riot Squad Ends Prisoners' Protest

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Police Riot Squad Ends Prisoners' Protest

(Antigua Observer) ST JOHN’S, Antigua – The Riot Squad of the Royal Police Force of Antigua & Barbuda was forced...

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Nevis Names Team To Engage Montserrat

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Nevis Names Team To Engage Montserrat

The Nevis selectors have named the team that will engage Montserrat this coming weekend in their first outing for the...

Sammy Shortlisted For Windwards Championship

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Sammy Shortlisted For Windwards Championship

(Trinidad Express) West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy heads a list of 34 players called up by national selectors here...

No Windies Coach Likely Until New Year, Says Cameron

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No Windies Coach Likely Until New Year, Says Cameron

(Jamaica Observer) KINGSTON, Jamaica  — West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron says the search for a new men's...

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Two Ship Days Brought 7,000 Cruise Passengers To St Kitts

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Two Ship Days Brought 7,000 Cruise Passengers To St Kitts

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (CUOPM) – Over 7,000 cruise ship passengers visited St. Kitts during the last two ship days.   Information from...

Cuban Cologne Creators To Face Punishment

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Cuban Cologne Creators To Face Punishment

(Jamaica Gleaner) Cuba will punish state employees who created two colognes named for Ernesto 'Che' Guevara and late Venezuelan President...

Jamaican Mangoes Get Nod For US$500 Million American Market

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Jamaican Mangoes Get Nod For US$500 Million American Market

(Jamaica Observer) JAMAICA will be able to export mangoes to the US come January.   The conditional approval, which was granted by...

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Aretha Franklin's New Album Set For Oct 21 Release

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Aretha Franklin's New Album Set For Oct 21 Release

(Huffington Post) NEW YORK  — Aretha Franklin is showing some R-E-S-P-E-C-T to her fellow divas: The Queen of Soul will...

Atlantic Records Severs Ties With Sean Paul

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Atlantic Records Severs Ties With Sean Paul

(Jamaica Observer) AFTER a decade-long relationship that produced a string of hit singles and two platinum albums, Atlantic Records has...

Big Numbers For ABC's Night Of Rhimes

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Big Numbers For ABC's Night Of Rhimes

NEW YORK (AP) -- ABC's night of Shonda Rhimes has gotten off to an impressive start, and it was the...