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China welcomes the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme

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Les Khan, the CEO of the Citizenship-by-Investment (CIU) Unit has just returned from a trip to Beijing in China as part of his global marketing programme.

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Prime Minister Dr the Hon Timothy Harris expresses condolences to the Brisbane family on the passing of its Patriarch, Mr Charles Brisbane OBE

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Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr the Hon Timothy Harris on Monday evening extended heartfelt condolences to the Brisbane family of Basseterre, on the passing of the family’s patriarch, Mr Charles Brisbane OBE. Prime Minister Harris reflected on the life of Mr Brisbane, and on the contribution which he would have made towards the socioeconomic development of St. Kitts and Nevis - to which he would have emigrated well over 60 years ago from his native country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Improved data collection and analysis to enhance workplace safety

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The Department of Labour in St. Kitts has taken steps to improve its data collection and analysis in keeping with efforts to advance the decent work agenda, which calls for opportunities for work that are productive with a fair income in a safe environment while fulfilling its regional and international obligations.

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Climate change models dominate week two of training for stakeholders

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The second week of training for stakeholders attending the eight day National Training Workshop in the Use of Climate Models for Decision Making has narrowed the focus on a number of tools designed to build the resilience of participants and the use of effective tools and methods to better advise decision makers when developing plans relating to climate change.

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Closing the Federation's Immunization Gap is Vital, Says Minister Phipps

wendy-phippsThe Honourable Senator Wendy Phipps, Minister with responsibility for Health, said that although the federation has made significant strides as it relates to vaccination, "there are a number of challenges that must be hurdled in order to improve our international record", as vaccines help the immune system fight more than 20 dangerous diseases.

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