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  • Health benefits of papaya

    Papayas grow in tropical climates and are also known as papaws or pawpaws. Their sweet taste, vibrant color, and the wide variety of health benefits they provide make them a popular fruit. ...
  • Vance Amory attends major IMF forum

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 15th November 2017 (MyVueNews.com) - The federal government’s Senior Minister Vance Amory is in Jamaica to represent St. Kitts & Nevis at the 2017 High Level Caribbean Forum organised by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). ...
  • CBI applicants get protection in escrow accounts

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 15th November, 2017 (MyVueNews.com) - Applicants under the Citizenship By Investment (CBI) program will have a new level of protection following the passage into law the Saint Christopher and Nevis Citizenship (CBI Escrow Accounts) ...
  • China frees UCLA basketball players held over ‘shoplifting'

    Three US college basketball players detained in China for alleged shoplifting have been released. ...
  • Reinventing data protection

    In a few months, the data protection landscape in Jamaica may be transformed by the implementation of the Data Protection Act. The proposed provisions of the Act are outlined in the Data Protection Bill (“the Bill”). ...
  • Rose McGowan turns herself in on felony drug-possession warrant

    Rose McGowan was arrested Tuesday for felony possession of a controlled substance. The 44-year-old actress turned herself into the Loudoun County Police in Virginia stemming from a January incident. McGowan, one of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged victims, wa...
  • Australia qualifies for fourth World Cup in a row

    Australia qualified for their fourth successive World Cup by beating a physical Honduras 3-1 at Stadium Australia in Sydney. ...
  • Zimbabwe military's statement after intervention

    Zimbabwe's Major General SB Moyo, Chief of Staff Logistics, made the following statement on national television: ...
  • Zimbabwe's Mugabe 'under house arrest' after army takeover

    Zimbabwe's military has placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest in the capital Harare, South African President Jacob Zuma says. ...
  • Caribbean U-20 women football teams to clash at Warner Park

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 14th November, 2017 - Top Caribbean U-20 women's football is coming to St. Kitts and Nevis this month in the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s U-20 Qualifiers, to be played at Warner Park. ...
  • Zimbabwe: Army chief accused of 'treasonable conduct’

    Zimbabwe's ruling party has accused the country's army chief of "treasonable conduct" after he warned of a possible military intervention in politics. ...
  • PM says Barbadian lifestyle draining foreign reserves

    Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has suggested to Barbadians demanding answers from his administration over the country’s rapidly declining foreign reserves that they should look no further than their own lavish lifestyles. ...
  • Senate committee questions Trump nuclear authority

    For the first time in over 40 years, Congress is examining a US president's authority to launch a nuclear attack. ...
  • Speaker to seek advice on Opposition Leader

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 14th November, 2017 (MyVueNews.com) - The Labour Party has informed the General Public that Leader of the Parliamentary Opposition, Dr. Denzil Douglas, will not attend the 14th November sitting of the National Assembly. ...
  • C&W Networks recognised as Best Carrier in Latin America

    C&W Networks, a division of C&W Communications (C&W) and a Liberty Global company (LiLAC Group), which owns and operates the largest state-of-the-art subsea multi-ring fibre-optic in the Caribbean and Latin America, won two significant awards on October 2...
  • Multi-million-dollar hotel begins in Camps

    Basseterre, St. Kitts, 13th November, 2017 (MyVueNews.com) - Construction activities is expected to begin shortly following the ground breaking for the US120 million Seaview Gardens, at Camps. ...
  • Ashes 2017-18: Moeen Ali says Australians like to talk a lot and England must stay ‘calm'

    Australians "like to talk a lot" and England need to stay "calm" during the Ashes, says the tourists' all-rounder Moeen Ali. ...
  • Australian girl, 8, dies after crashing drag race car

    An eight-year-old girl has died after crashing her junior drag racing car on a track in Western Australia. ...
  • St Lucia PM to investigate investigation

    Following the public release of documents filed in US federal court in the Southern District of Florida outlining an investigation initiated by the previous administration in Saint Lucia into alleged corruption associated with the Hewanorra International ...
  • Iran-Iraq earthquake: Rescuers in race for survivors

    Rescue efforts are under way in Iraq and Iran after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the border region between the two countries, killing at least 328 people and injuring 4,000 more. ...

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