Mumbai, India – Deandra Dottin didn’t become the most powerful batter in women’s cricket by accident. The West Indies allrounder revealed how she has been studying the approach of West Indies legend Sir Vivian Richards, for many years.
Thursday 24th January significantly marked the occasion of the 40th anniversary since the inception of the Gingerland Secondary School. Officials and students of the school commenced the celebration of the important land mile stone on a somber note.
BASSETERRE, ST.KITTS: Come tomorrow (Saturday), a special fundraising event in the form of a dance will be held in efforts to assist six-year-old, G’Neika Liburd who was recently diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor.
The members of the Nevis Teachers’ Union were splendiferous in their attire when they turned out in large numbers to what effectively was a first of its kind event on the evening of Thursday 17th January.
Basseterre, St. Kitts, January 17, 2013 (SKNIS): St. Kitts and Nevis was publicly commended at the Opening of the CARIOM Education for Employment Programme (C-EFE) Results Based Management Workshop which commenced January 16, 2013 at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.
Castries, St Lucia – The players and management of the West Indies and South Africa women’s teams will be the special guests of West Indies Cricket Board President Dr Julian Hunte this weekend.
The Gingerland Secondary School will celebrate 40 years since it received the status as a Secondary School on Sunday 20th January.
BASSETERRE, ST.KITTS: On Wednesday morning, the Basseterre High School (BHS) reopened its doors for classes on the eastern campus and not on the western section because of safety reasons.
Education Minister, Senator Nigel Carty, informed on Sunday in his post Cabinet briefing that The CARIRI (Caribbean Industrial Research Institute from Trinidad and Tobago) Report Review Committee “took the view that with the Western Campus being unsafe and in need of serious rehabilitative work, the use of the eastern campus should be explored after the toilet and sewage systems have been checked and the spaces have been appropriately sanitised. Much of that work has been done and it is expected that we will see its completion within the next day or two. This is our sincere hope.”