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Political rumblings in each of the three-party coalition threaten instability as the economy continues to decelerate


Political manoeuvrings in the three parties that make up the Federal Administration in St. Kitts and Nevis has created a growing level of instability and is likely to result in a loss of confidence in an economy already in decline at the end of 2016 with the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) downgrading the GDP from 3.02 percent to 2.80 percent earlier this year.

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Government commended for Consultative process to finalise Federal Youth Policy


The model of consultation and open engagement with all sectors of society that was used to formulate the Draft Federal Youth Policy for St. Kitts and Nevis was praised by stakeholders attending a National Consultation on Tuesday (March 28).

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Youth expert Outlines Priority goals of the draft federal youth policy


Youth expert assigned through the Commonwealth, Dwynette Eversley, outlined several domains that are expected for youth policies, noting that it is important to have priority goals so that persons can hone in on the action areas that are needed to protect young persons and advance the development of youth.

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Inappropriate begging” damages imagine of St. Kitts and Nevis


The "inappropriate begging" syndrome of St. Kitts and Nevis' Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris has been highlighted by the Federation's Leader of the Opposition.

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PLP recognises and awards individuals who gave support during its formative days


When the Peoples Labour Party's (PLP) Political Leader, Dr the Hon Timothy Harris appeared on Sugar City 90.3 FM's 'People's Choice' programme on Monday March 27, he told the host: "All is well with the Peoples Labour Party. Our support is at its strongest level.

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