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There’s something new to dance about

sk-dancersOn St. Kitts there is something new to RAVE about. Recognizing Art through Vibrant Expression (R.A.V.E) is the exciting addition.

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Montel Williams Calls Josh Duggar a "Bigot," a "Slimebag" and a Hypocrite Over Molestation Allegations

montel-williams-x2No one seems to be angrier with Josh Duggar than talk show host Montel Williams.

Montel launched a Twitter tirade against Josh, calling him many names, including "bigot" and "slimebag," since publicly confessing to being investigated for sexually molesting underage girls. He has since resigned his post at the Family Research Council, a conservative Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit.

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OAS working to improve studies in science and technology

OAS-technology-science-2Representatives of the Ministries of Education of Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines met last week, from May 12-15, to revise the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Lower Secondary School Science and Technology Curriculum.

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PM Harris: Prison Officers deserve fair share

PM--Prison-officer-2“For us the prison services are important services and we welcome and we value the work that all of you do each day, as part of the security framework of St. Kitts and Nevis”, said Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, during opening remarks at a meeting with St. Kitts and Nevis Prison Officers, last Wednesday (April 22) in Basseterre.

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Green Valley Global’s Annual Walk and Breakfast a huge success

Mr-Grant--lady-2Walkers, runners, health and fitness fans joined the three-mile Green Valley Global Annual Walk and Breakfast, held in New York’s Central Park over the weekend.

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  • Bouterse wins general elections in Suriname PARAMARIBO, Suriname - President Desi Bouterse (69) and his National Democratic Party (NDP) won the general elections held on Monday in Suriname. With over 80 percent of the votes counted preliminary results...
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