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  • Pungwah Dethrones King Socrates

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – After eight long years, Pungwah has recaptured a title he once held, and in doing so, has dethroned the 2009/2010 Senior Calypso Monarch, King Socrates, and has been crowned the 2010/2011 National Calypso Monarch. ...
  • Father vs Daughter for Calypso Monarch

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – As many calypso fans prepare for the National Calypso Monarch competition slated for Wednesday 29th December, two of the most anticipated performances will be defending monarch, King Socrates and his daughter, Queen Anastasia. ...
  • Four babies born on Christmas and Boxing Day

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – Four families welcomed additions to their families which took place in the height of the Christmas Season.  ...
  • DMX sent to Mental Health Unit

    Arizona, USA - The troubles seem to continue pilling up on rapper and actor, Earl Simmons, commonly known as DMX as latest reports on the rapper has revealed that he has been placed in a mental health unit at an Arizona State Prison Complex facility. ...
  • Wilful Skilful Football Club Expands Annual Fundraiser

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – In celebrating its 5th year the “Wilful Skilful” Football Club has announced plans for added activities at its annual Special Olympics “Celebrity” Football Fundraiser. ...
  • Nevis’s Public Works Department Continues Road Repairs

    Charlestown, Nevis – The Public Works Department is continuing with its mandate to improve road conditions in Nevis and has recently began repairs in a particular area after concluding repairs in the Prospect area.  ...
  • Nevisian Batsman not Included in Leeward Island Squad

    Charlestown, Nevis - Javier Liburd, the talented Nevisian opening batsman and vice captain of the successful Leeward Islands team which cupped a series victory in the last one-day tournament hosted by the WICB, will not feature in the Leeward Islands Twen...
  • I CAN’T BELIEVE!

    Every calypso fan in our Federation knows ‘Big Lice’. His real name is Duncan Wattley, he hails from Cayon, and he’s a lecturer at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College. Big Lice sings hard-hitting lyrics, especially when it comes to politics and ev...
  • Queen Queeley’s Reign Begins

    Basseterre, St. Kitts - Cheers of excitement and congratulation permeated the atmosphere at packed Sugar Mill on 28th December 2010 when Miss National Bank, Iantavian Queeley was announced as the 2010/2011 National Carnival Queen. ...
  • Siobhan Bags Talented Teen 2010 2011 Title

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – Although many may not have been in agreement with the outcome, the judges’ decision was final and Siobhan Phipps of the Immaculate Conception Catholic School (ICCS) won the Contec DT Talented Teen 2010/2011 crown. ...
  • Six Vie for National Carnival Queen Tuesday Night

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – In just a matter of hours the six beautiful and high intellectual young ladies will vie for the title of National Carnival Queen 2010 - 2011. ...
  • Obama’s Law Professor to be Keynote Speaker at 10th Annual Prime Minister’s New Year’s Gala

    Basseterre, St. Kitts– Over the past years the Prime Minister’s New Years Gala have attracted some of the most distinguished keynote speakers and this year promises to be no different following the announcement of Charles Ogletree, a Harvard Law Schoo...
  • Calypso Leo Crowned Junior Calypso Monarch

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – After what was believed to be a keenly-contested competition, the Calypso Leo outshone his competition to capture the 2010/2011 Junior Calypso Monarch crown. ...
  • Documents Worth $5 Million to be reviewed in Stanford Trial

    Houston, USA -- Lawyers representing Texan financier Allen Stanford propose to make an application for a lengthy adjournment so that they can properly review the 5 million documents that might be tendered in evidence in connection with the $7 million alle...
  • Celebrities ‘Chill out’ in Jamaica for the Christmas Season

    Kingston, Jamaica - A number of celebrities have been spotted in Jamaica, "chilling out" in the tropical island, seeking to escape the snow and cold weather in the United States and Europe. ...
  • Caribbean Medical Schools Reported to be in Serious Trouble

    New York, USA - In what has been described as a very fierce turf battle, rooted in the growing pressure on the medical profession and academia, Caribbean offshore medical schools say they are increasingly attacked by New York medical schools, CMC reported...
  • No Test Matches for Trinidad - Cricket Association Disappointed

    Port of Spain, Trinidad - The chief of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association has expressed disappointment at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain not being allotted any Test matches for 2011. ...
  • PM Douglas Mix and Mingles during J’ouvert

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – Prime Minister, Dr. Denzil Douglas joined the several thousand residents, returning nationals and visitors downtown Basseterre on the morning of Monday 27th December to celebrate J’ouvert. ...
  • Woman Reportedly Shot in Face, Hospitalised

    Basseterre, St. Kitts – The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force is currently making investigations into a wounding incident which left a St. Peters woman nursing wounds to her face. ...
  • 84 year Old Hugh Hefner Engaged to 24 year old Play girl Crystal

    California, USA - “Yes, the ring I gave Crystal is an engagement ring.” That’s the confirmation from Playboy mogul, Hugh Hefner via Twitter; writing about his announcement of his engagement to Crystal. ...

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