High Court Judge denies Government’s application to strike out the Motion Of No Confidence matter in St.Kitts

 

Team UNITY Communications Secretariat

Basseterre, St. Kitts (TUCOM-Jan 20th 2015)

 

Justice Marlene Carter

Justice Marlene Carter

The High Court Judge Justice Marlene Carter on Tuesday Afternoon January 20th declared that the Motion of No Confidence (MONC) matter involves serious questions of public importance that deserve judicial determination. A date for the MONC matter to continue will subsequently be fixed by the Court office.

 

Her Ladyship Justice Carter dismissed the application brought by the Defendants in the MONC case who were seeking to have the matter thrown out, discontinued or to finish away with it because they submitted that the matter was now academic and cannot be enforced . Continue reading

Brimstone Hill number 3 in “The Top Ten Spots in the Caribbean to Shoot a Selfie”

Press Release

Monday 19 January 2015

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park is the third most popular place in the Caribbean to shoot a selfie!

Brimstone Hill Selfie

An article in Caribbean Journal dated 17 January 2015 has ranked Brimstone Hill number 3 in “The Top Ten Spots in the Caribbean to Shoot a Selfie”. The other fortress on the list, Puerto Rico’s El Morro, ranked number 7. Continue reading

JAMAICAN KITTITIAN (JAMKIT) ASSOCIATION GENERAL MEETING

NOTICE
The Jamaican Kittitian (JamKit) Association, the Association of Jamaicans and Friends of Jamaicans living in the Federation of St Kitts & Nevis, will host a general meeting on Saturday, 17 January 2015 at the St George’s Anglican Church Hall (Old Girls School), Victoria Road starting at 6.30pm.
All Jamaicans and friends of Jamaicans are invited to attend.
Please share this information with your relatives and friends.
We look forward to seeing you!!

Annual Alexander Hamilton Tea Party

PRESS RELEASE

Nevis Historical Conservation Society 2
The NHCS wishes to remind the general public of our Annual Alexander Hamilton Tea Party and Awards Ceremony which will be held on the grounds of the Alexander Hamilton Museum in Charlestown this coming Friday, January 9, 2015 at 4:30p.m – 6:30p.m.

Our celebrations will mark our continued appreciation of this son of our soil and the mark he left on the political, economic and financial systems of America which has also influenced the entire world!  Continue reading