. First, we congratulate Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas, for the high profile position he will hold. He will chair and head a debt reduction initiative that is hoped will impact small states.
Greg Slagon who fired his licensed gun and wounded two alleged attackers who allegedly pulled guns at his wife and their guests is a hero in his own right.
On Monday, Members of Parliament from both the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) and the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) engaged in a healthy parliamentary debate over the 2013 budget.
Do the laws of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis laws allow Chantelica’s family to take civil action such as the one taken in O.J Simpson case? Simpson, a former professional football player and well-known sports commentator was prosecuted for the murder of his former wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ron Goldman in 1995. In 1995, the Jury found Simpson “not guilty” of the murders.
In his address at Wednesday’s rally to launch the Stop Child Sexual Abuse and Gender Based Campaign, the US Ambassador, Barbados and Eastern Caribbean, Larry Palmer, called on offenders to come to the realization that offences of this nature are not cultural but criminal.
This weekend, the followers of Jesus Christ will celebrate Easter. For some followers of Jesus Christ, Easter marks the end of Lent, a 40-day period of fasting, repentance,
Activism, lobbying, media campaigning and mobilizing the civil society are some of the tactics the Opposition is using to mount pressure on the Governor-General of St. Kitts and Nevis to act speedily to ensure that the Vote of No Confidence is debated in the Federal Parliament.
No individual(s) anywhere in the world is allowed to take matters into his or her own hands and fire shots at a government office or any individual for that matter. No matter the circumstances – even if they feel wronged - that person should seek peaceful means which are provided for in the laws of the land.
The number of gangs in schools - especially in the Charlestown Secondary School - is on the increase. Two weeks ago, three school girls were fined for breaking into a house and stealing jewelry worth EC$5,000.