CHARLESTOWN, Nevis – When the Nevis Taxi and Tour Bus Operators Bill passed on Wednesday last week becomes law, the operators and services will be professionally managed.
BASSETERRE, ST.KITTS: A cheque for EC$28,866.20 sourced from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) under its Canada Fund for Local Initiatives progamme was handed over to the president of the St. Kitts Taxi Co-operative, Leonard Herbert. Senior Minister and Minister of Co-operatives, Dr. Timothy Harris handed over the cheque at a ceremony held last Wednesday afternoon at the newly-established St Kitts Taxi Co-operative Society office space, located on the Bay Road (upstairs NR Sales).
BASSETERRE ST. KITTS – The secret to financial success lies in one’s ability to understand what they are selling. Ms Sybil Welsh, a financial consultant has advised taxi and tour operators that it is not transporting services they are selling to visitors, but rather “memories, yourself and St. Kitts and Nevis.”
BASSETERRE ST. KITTS – General Manager of the Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis, Mr Lenworth Harris, has told taxi and tour operators that his organisation is prepared to assist them in their endeavours as they make the operation more viable, now that tourism is the country’s main industry.
OLD ROAD, ST.KITTS: Six tourists were transported to the Joseph N. France general hospital for observation and treatment of injuries after the taxi in which they were travelling crashed into a house on the island’s main road over the weekend.
President of the Queen city Taxi Association, Mr. Curtis Morton, today revealed that his Association will be making a contribution to the Lydia Claxton Breast cancer fund which has been initiated by her co workers at the Education Department in Nevis.