NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS — Minister of Communications and Works in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Troy Liburd, cleared the air and dispelled rumours that the Administration had abruptly stopped work on the Hamilton Road Project, when he spoke at the 2013 Budget Debate in the Nevis Island Assembly on April 30, 2013.
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (Friday, 3rd, May, 2013) : Information reaching News Link indicates that an accident which occurred on the island’s main road in Cayon Village sometime after 6 PM Tuesday afternoon resulted in three persons including the drivers of both vehicles being taken to the hospital for treatment.
What has been referred to as the first in a series of similar events, was held at the VOJN Primary School on Monday 29th April.
(St John's, Antigua) - A 5.3 magnitude tremor woke residents from their slumber in the early hours of Tuesday morning leaving experts predicting that Antigua & Barbuda and by extension, neighbouring Caribbean countries, are due for a major earthquake.
(HealthDay News) -- Smokers and former smokers are at increased risk for rheumatoid arthritis, a new study says.
St John's, Antigua - Two young children, ages three and five years old, suffered during a late night blaze that left their two bedroom wooden structure home completed destroyed.
My pen was resting as my exhausted body was trying to recover from my last Chemotherapy session but based on my emotions and the number of calls I have received I recognize that there is the need for me to continue writing and sharing my journey.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis, April 25, 2013: A 19-year-old teacher who recently completed sixth form hosted a child development camp during the Easter break at a church in Charlestown.
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (April 23, 2013) -- Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis’ head of the Business Support Unit, Mr Shavon Douglas, is among the five business experts from the region who will form a panel of judges at the finals of the Caribbean Innovation Challenge (CIC) to be held in Barbados Thursday and Friday (April 25-26).
CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS (April 23, 2013) -- The People Employment Programme (PEP), which was launched in December last year, has tangible plans to be more visible on the island of Nevis to position itself to serve more unemployed persons. To this end, PEP is currently looking for office space on the island.