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Prepaid electricity — An energy management solution for all Since 2014 when the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) introduced prepaid electricity to Jamaica, over 600 residential and small business customers have been enjoying savings of up to 40 per cent of the electricity costs they incurred when they had a regular postpaid meter. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
Restaurant Week stimulates economy much like music festival - Tourism PS Much like the St. Kitts Music Festival, Restaurant Week, which is being held from July 13 to 24, stimulates the economy while affording persons the opportunity to sample some of the unique and diverse dishes in the Federation provided by a number of restaurants and street vendors. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
U.S. regulators pave way for speedy next-generation 5G networks U.S. regulators on Thursday paved the way for a lightning-fast next generation of wireless services in a move that made the United States the first country to set aside an ample amount of airwaves for so-called 5G wireless applications and networks. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
IFC launches FY17 bond program to support private sector development The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, today issued a $2.5 billion global bond—a heavily oversubscribed issuance that marked a solid start to the institution’s annual borrowing program to support private sector development in emerging markets. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
ECCU Working Group on Commercial Bank Fees and Charges Commences Work The Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Working Group on Commercial Bank Fees and Charges has been established and convened its first meeting via videoconference on 30 June. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
Developer Zuliani to break ground on the Royal Plaza Basseterre, St. Kitts, 11th July, 2016 – Mr. John Zuliani, President of the Royal St. Kitts Hotel, will break ground tomorrow, Tuesday, 12th July, on the Royal Plaza.  The shopping plaza opens its doors to the public on 1st November, 2017. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
Scotiabank assists professionals to build their business More self-employed professionals have been given the tools to assist in building their businesses, thanks to a recent seminar at Scotiabank.  A wide cross section of professionals turned out at the Fort Street Branch for the presentation aimed at benefitting self-employed professionals. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
Ministry of Tourism To Improve Experience at Cockleshell Bay Minister of Tourism, The Hon. Lindsay Grant, took a tour of the Cockleshell Bay recently and met with various vendors and bar owners, as the Ministry of Tourism prepares to improve the area for visitors. Tweet Latest News Standards bureau alerts public of tainted bottled water Masked individual shoots man on Bay Road Government sends condolences to families of double murder victims Scholarship recipients prepped for travel to Taiwan Sugar Boyz should do well in U-17 tournament – SKNFA President Other Stories Windies Wilt What next for Caricom? Immigration Department responds to ‘free movement’ scolding Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine battles Trump with optimism Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree

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Liamuiga-Security-logoLiamuiga Security is a family owned company that was started in 2004. The company offers services that include but not limited to Guard Services, Burglar and Fire Alarms, Access Control devices, C.C.T.V. surveillance systems and Vehicle and Asset Management.

 Our Central Monitoring Center offers Alarm and video monitoring and video verification of alarms signals

Our Clients include residential, business owners, banks, Schools, hotels, manufacturing plants and Real Estate managers and Developers.  We also have a locksmith service that offers emergency lockouts, master keying, installation and maintenance services. Our most notable project was the design and installation of 32 surveillance cameras at the Warner Park Stadium in St.Kitts for first round matches for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup.  Our clients benefit from the high level of service offered by our staff and our management staff is trained and certified by internationally recognized institutions

We are Certified Dealers for Bosch Security Products and Fluidmesh Wireless mesh products and we are members of ASIS international, ALOA International and the CSAA International all of which are employ its members to comply by ethics and standards and promote advanced education and operation of its members

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