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Monday 22nd May 2017

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

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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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Traffic Dept Urges Compliance With Tint, Lights, License Plate Regulations

LK Hewlett

  St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); The Traffic Department of the Police Force has issued several reminders to vehicle owners as it relates to the use of tint, vehicle lights and acceptable license plates. The Licensing Authority highlighted the provisions of traffic Regulations with respect to the lighting of vehicles that one: except with the permission of the Examining Officer, there shall...

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St. Kitts-Nevis, Caribbean Economic Growth Picking Up

LK Hewlett

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN); Latin America and the Caribbean is expected to gradually emerge from recession in 2017, but to secure strong and inclusive growth going forward the region needs to address gaps in infrastructure, improve education outcomes, strengthen the business environment, and tackle corruption, the IMF said in its latest Regional Economic Outlook for the Western Hemisphere. Economic growth...

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