25 July 2014
Second Annual Brimstone Hill Emancipation Festival, Calling All From Poets to Cooks
Striving to Educate While Eradicating the Stigma of Slavery
Calling all of our creative and talented people, whether are a singer, poet, dancer, musician, dramatist, mime or cook. Brimstone Hill is calling you, to its SECOND ANNUAL EMANCIPATION FESTIVAL! Mark the date, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th August 2014. Register now to avoid disappointment, if you are performing song or spoken word your typed lyrics must be presented to the Brimstone Hill Society no later than Wednesday 6th August. Continue reading
Basseterre, St. Kitts, (SKNIS):
Mrs Hazel Thompson-Ahye, Legal Consultant of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Juvenile Justice Reform Project
Hazel Thompson-Ahye, Legal Consultant of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Juvenile Justice Reform Project has emphasized the importance of looking out for the best interests of children at the two-day capacity building workshop for Juvenile Justice Workers held in St. Kitts recently.
Mrs. Thompson-Ahye explained that according to the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) the issue of non-discrimination is critical to Juvenile Justice Reform. Continue reading
Kittivisian Life takes time out to wish our American family, friends and readers a very Happy Independence Day.
The Ministry of Education has received the following advisory from the Chief Medical Officer.
The Ministry of Health, Basseterre, continues to receive reports of children and adults experiencing “pink eyes” or “red eyes”.
The Office of the Chief Medical Officer confirms an increase in the number of cases of Conjunctivitis or inflammation of the lining of the eyes which causes them to appear pink or red.
(A media advisory has been issued).
The inflammation of “pink or red eye” clears by itself in less than a week without complications in the majority of cases. Continue reading
While assisting a customer at their home, I was explaining the purpose of the various components on their network. I connected to the router supplied by their ISP and sadly was not entirely suprised that I was able to gain access to the Admin user to configure their router with a default user name and password!