Minister hopes for a profitable tourism season

By Admin 16.10.2013

CHARLESTOWN: Acting Premier of Nevis and Senior Minister responsible for Social Development, Mark Brantley, says he hopes that the island will experience a successful 2013/14 tourist season.

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Free utilities for seniors launched in Nevis

By Admin 16.10.2013

CHARLESTOWN: Phase one of an initiative designed to provide seniors with free water and electricity, was launched at the Nevis Electricity Services Limited (NEVLEC) Customer Services office by Hazel Brandy-Williams, junior minister responsible for Social Development.

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Computers to eliminate books in classrooms

By Admin 09.10.2013

CASTRIES: Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony has announced that his government is seeking to revolutionize the nation’s education system by eliminating the need for books in the classroom.

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CCJ rules in favour of Jamaican against B’dos immigration

By Admin 09.10.2013

KINGSTON: Jamaican Shanique Myrie is elated with the decision of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) that awarded her damages of over $US38,000 for unjust treatment by Barbados immigration officials when she sought to enter that country in 2011.

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Grenada pleased with national debate on economy

By Admin 09.10.2013

ST. GEORGE’S: The Government of Grenada, which is contemplating entering into an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), says it is encouraged by the support given by non-governmental organizations to restructure the country’s national debt.

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Spencer repeats call for U.S. to resolve WTO dispute

By Admin 09.10.2013

ST. JOHN’S: Prime Minister W. Baldwin Spencer has reiterated a call made at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, for the United States to return to the negotiating table to resolve the outstanding trade dispute under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute settlement system.

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Simpson-Miller urges action on job creation, social protection at UN

USA-Jamaica PM PORTIA SIMPSON-MILLER
By Admin 02.10.2013

NEW YORK: With discussions under way at the United Nations on defining a road map for the post-Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) era, Prime Minister of Jamaica Portia Simpson-Miller has urged an agenda that prioritizes job creation and enacting social programs to keep vulnerable people from “falling through the cracks”.

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