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LIAT sever ties with Caribbean Helicopters

LIAT-xcRegional carrier Liat said it will be severing its short-term relationship with Caribbean Helicopters which had been facilitating airlift to and from Anguilla.

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Consumers encouraged to take advantage of Reduced VAT Day

SpendBasseterre, St. Kitts, November 20, 2016 (SKNIS): Consumers are encouraged on Reduced VAT Day, December 16, to take advantage of 5 percent VAT on appliances and merchandise, and zero VAT on vehicles under the price of EC$50,000. Vehicles over EC$50,000 will be charged the full VAT amount of 17 percent.

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Budget day is December 7

Gov-HQ-A1Budget Day 2016 in St. Kitts and Nevis is December 7, 2016. In a national radio and television address, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, made the announcement.

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Apple to replace batteries of iPhone 6s units suffering from unexpected shutdowns [u]

Iphone-iphone-shutdown-x2It seems Apple has run into its own smartphone battery troubles. Days after the company launched an iPhone 6 Plus repair program for units impacted by so-called "touch disease" faults, a new initiative activated on Sunday seeks to replace a batch of iPhone 6s batteries causing unexpected device shutdowns. 

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Gov’t pursuing open skies policy

Mike-Henry-x2KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Transport and Mining Minister Mike Henry says the government is pursuing an open skies policy.

This is an agreement under which two or more countries allow unrestricted over flight and landing rights to one another.

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