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Nothing is too expensive when it comes to healthcare, says Senator Phipps

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"When it comes to the healthcare of the people of this country nothing is too expensive."  These were the words of Senator and Minister of State responsible for Health, Honourable Wendy Phipps, when revealing that the cost of the medication that is needed to treat Guillain Barré Syndrome, a rare effect of the Zika virus, is US$213 per vial.

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Russian Ambassador Presents Credentials to Governor-General,Discusses Areas of Cooperation with Prime Minister Harris

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Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris has pledged to further strengthen the already stable relationship that the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis has with the Russian Federation. Prime Minister Harris made this commitment when he met with the Russian Ambassador to St. Kitts and Nevis today, Thursday, November 17th, 2016.

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Community Groups play an important role in Tourism Development

ShalinCommunities in St. Kitts and Nevis have played and continues to play an important role in the development of the tourism sector, as each community possesses a number of characteristics that would appeal to tourists, while at the same time creating jobs for locals.

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"UNESCO present Heritage Site Management and Preservation workshop in SKN, featuring International Experts"

UNESCOpicThe National Commission for UNESCO in collaboration with the UNESCO Regional Cluster Office in Jamaica has made a giant leap in its advancement of the preservation of heritage sites in the Federation as it culminated a two-day capacity building workshop at the Ocean Terrace Inn on Wednesday, November 09.

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Dirt roads to be paved in time for Christmas, including the one leading to the Grange Nursing Home

GrangePrime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris is encouraging officials in his 21-month-old Team Unity administration to ensure that a few road projects are fast-tracked to start by the end of December, in order for them to be "Christmas gifts that we can give to the people."  One of the dirt roads to be paved leads to the Grange, the first purpose-built private nursing home and healthcare facility in St. Kitts.

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