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    By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the Organisation of American States. The views expressed are his own)   Luis Almagro, the Secretary-General of the Organisation of American states (OAS), has told political stakeholders in Haiti, including the interim […]

Haiti: Time is running out

  Editor     Only 3 days after being announced as the winner of the St. Kitts and Nevis elections Team Unity has been thrust into the spotlight of running the new Government. Some persons are obviously keen to know their priorities. Whilst we have to wait for their announcement […]

What Will Be The Priority Issues For The Unity Party?

By Sir Ronald Sanders Having external observer missions at election time is important, but no longer enough. The Commonwealth and the Organization of American States (OAS) are now both observing general elections in two Caribbean countries – Guyana and St Lucia – and may be observing a third – Jamaica- […]

External Elections Observation Important but Not Sufficient

The St. Christopher-Nevis Taekwondo Federation (SCNTF) wishes to advise all member Clubs and prospective members Clubs, that registration is now opened and will close on Friday 30th April, at 6.00 pm. All member Clubs of the SCNTF and Clubs wishing to become members are reminded that registration must be done […]

The St. Christopher-Nevis Taekwondo Federation (SCNTF) Announces Upcoming AGM

The level of confusion and chaos surrounding the recent Football [Association] elections has surpassed anything of its kind before. There have been claims from some quarters that the elections were rigged; some people got violent, so not only accusations but, in some cases, cuffs and slaps were thrown around. Strictly […]

My Two Pence: Football Confusion