Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Government Deepening Partnerships with Religious Community



In December 2016, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, said faith based institutions are "important social partners" in building "strong families and a sustainable country" and promised to continue regular dialogue with religious leaders.

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Stakeholders participate in Writeshop aimed at managing drought events in OECS member states


In 2009/2010 and again in 2015/2016, the Caribbean experienced severe drought that resulted in a shortage in water supply in many countries and territories. Against this backdrop, a number of stakeholders are currently in St. Kitts participating in a writeshop for Phase 2 of the drafting of the National Drought Documents, which will stem over a two day period from May 04 -05.  

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Attorney General Byron announces plans for IXP facilities in the Federation


A two day symposium and technical workshop being held at the Ocean Terrace Inn from May 4-5, 2017, has sparked the conversation for the introduction of an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) infrastructure in St. Kitts and Nevis.

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May designated as Skelec's customer appreciation Month


pretty-faceIn its quest to give back to and appreciate customers, the St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited (SKELEC) has declared the month of May as the official month for customer appreciation under the theme: "I Pledge To Follow Through To Better Serve You".

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U.S. coaxes Mexico into Trump plan to overhaul Central America


The United States is plotting an ambitious attempt to shore up Central America, with the administration of President Donald Trump pressing Mexico to do more to stem the flow of migrants fleeing violence and poverty in the region, U.S. and Mexican officials say.

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