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  • SOCA competition makes a big come-back for Culturama

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 1st August 2015 (MiyVue.com) – Speedy and X-Man captured the groovy and power segments, respectively, of last night’s Culturama Soca Monarch Competition in what was described as a well attended show. ...
  • SKNFA wave green flags after outstanding play-offs and finals at Warner Park

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 31st July 2015 – The St. Kitts and Nevis Football Association is very pleased about this year’s production of the Final-4 play-offs and the Best-of-Three competition, which delivered beyond expectation, said Stanley Jacobs, the ...
  • Association Helps Students Adjust to Life in Taiwan

    Basseterre, St. Kitts - Stepping into a foreign country can be quite intimidating especially if it is half way around the world. Persons who travel to Republic of China (Taiwan) to study know this all too well. ...
  • Central Bank governor urges no politicisation of ABIB

    The governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank is urging the public not to make the impending resolution of the Antigua Barbuda Investment Bank (ABIB) into a political issue. ...
  • Charly Blacks, the Party Animal

    EIGHT months after its release, Party Animal by singjay Charly Black is enjoying a resurgence. ...
  • St. Kitts and Nevis Reviews Eligibility for Economic Citizens

    Basseterre, St. Kitts -  An improved quality of economic citizens who will contribute more to their adopted homeland is the goal, as the government of St. Kitts and Nevis pushes ahead with reforms to strengthen the 30-year-old Citizenship by Investment (...
  • ‘CPL will be profitable from next year’

    The 2015 Caribbean Premier League offered a delightful dream in contrast to the never-ending nightmare that has been the plight of the West Indies cricket fan over the last two decades. Capacity crowds were riveted by close finishes as the game was invigo...
  • CraziiSocks steps into the lead for Moguls in the Making

    THE 12 Mogul in the Making nominees met judges and sponsors for lunch at theJamaica Observer boardroom on Wednesday, allowing them to make an impresssion on the competition's judges and sponsors Scotiabank, Flow and Diageo's Johnnie Walker scotch. ...
  • Trinidad court awards record defamation judgement against Warner

    PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - In what is said to be one of Trinidad and Tobago’s highest ever awards for defamation, embattled former FIFA vice president and Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner has been ordered to pay former attorney general ...
  • Antigua and Barbuda and US meet to discuss WTO gaming case

    WASHINGTON, USA - On Tuesday, the foreign minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Charles 'Max'Fernandez, and his delegation met with Assistant US Trade Representative for the Western Hemisphere, John Melle, to discuss resolution of the WTO case United States ...
  • PM wants debt relief

    KINGSTON, Jamaica - PRIME Minister Portia Simpson Miller has supported a proposal made by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) for a debt relief strategy for middle-income countries like Jamaica. ...
  • Palestinian fury as infant dies in 'Jewish settler' arson attack

    Palestinian officials say Israel is "fully responsible" for the death of an infant in an arson attack blamed on Jewish settlers in the West Bank. ...
  • CAL signs deal with Emirates

    Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has signed an interline deal with the world's largest international airline-Emirates, which promises to make it easier for customers to travel the world. ...
  • Ebola vaccine is 'potential game-changer'

    A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100% protection and could transform the way Ebola is tackled, preliminary results suggest. ...
  • Wikileaks: US 'spied on Japan government and companies'

    The US has been spying on Japanese cabinet officials, banks and companies, including theMitsubishi conglomerate, whistleblowing website Wikileaks says. ...
  • PEP worker shot in midmorning on-the-job attack

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 31st July 2015 (MiyVue.com) – The Violent Crime Unit (VCU) of the Police Force is investigating an attack on several workers under the People Empowerment Programme (PEP), which left one person hospitalized. ...
  • One man shot and now hospitalized

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 30th July, 2015, (MiyVue.com) – The difficult challenges faced by the escalating gun crime violence in St. Kitts continued on Thursday morning causing security officers from various units to respond. ...
  • Security guard and Domino’s employee robbed by Gun man

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 30th July, 2015, (MiyVue.com) – Police in St. Kitts are on the look- out for two men who are believed to have been responsible for the  robbery of an employee of the popular fast food restaurant, Domino’s situated at Fort Stree...
  • A Point of Order

    I’m fairly sure that the most frequently used term in the Parliament of St. Kitts & Nevis over the past three years or so, apart from ‘Mr. Speaker’, has been ‘A Point of Order’. ...
  • PM says CBI program ready for business, as recommendations adopted

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 30th July 2015 (MiyVue.com) – The CBI program is now open for legitimate business, said Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris as he addressed local stakeholders involved in the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program at the Ocean Terr...

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