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Russell Williams The World Bank suggests that data is open if it is both Technically Open – available in a standard format easily read by a machine and Legally Open – permits unrestricted commercial and non-commercial use or re-use. Wikipedia the online encyclopedia suggests that the data should be freely […]

Open Data: What it is and Why it Matters


Russell Williams Last month, Microsoft formerly the biggest software company in the world announced that is would shed 18,000 jobs. One the surface it doesn’t seem like something to trouble us here in our respective idyllic piece of paradise. But while listening to one of the many podcasts I subscribe […]

What does Microsoft’s Job Losses mean for the Caribbean?


TRAFFIC NOTICE The Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis will host ten {10} Regional Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Cricket matches from the 07th to 17th August 2014 Therefore the following Road closures and restriction will be affected from Thursday 07th August 2014 from 06:30am daily on match days.

Road Closure and Restrictions For Caribbean Premier League Matches



Today is Emancipation Day throughout many Caribbean islands. Emancipation Day commemorates the date in 1833 when the then British Government finally implemented the abolition act that emancipated our ancestors. This year’s Emancipation Day is probably more poignant as CARICOM recently made submission to the Governments of Europe that it intends […]

HAPPY EMANCIPATION DAY!


Press Release 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, […]

Second Annual Brimstone Hill Emancipation Festival,


Basseterre, St. Kitts, (SKNIS): 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. […]

OECS LEGAL CONSULTANT FACILITATES JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM




PRESS RELEASE 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 […]

OUTBREAK OF CONJUNCTIVITIS


29 May 2014 United Nations peacekeeping has a long and proud history, with more than one million peacekeepers having served in more than 70 operations on four continents since its establishment in 1948. Looking to the future, we can be confident that as new challenges emerge, United Nations peacekeeping will […]

THE SECRETARY-GENERAL Message On The International Day Of United Nations ...




Press Release Basseterre, St. Kitts, 22nd May 2014 Five (5) athletes and two (2) officials will be representing the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis at the Inaugural IAAF World Relays, to be held in Nassau, Bahamas, from 24th – 25th May 2014.

Inaugural IAAF World Relays


Mikael Barfod, Head of the European Union Delegation to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, European Maritime Day is celebrated annually across the European Union (EU) on 20 May. This is relevant to the Caribbean as large parts of the EU and of course the entire Caribbean have a very close […]

OCEAN ENERGY – EUROPE AND THE CARIBBEAN