It with great sadness that The Cropper Foundation announces the passing of its co-founder and first President, Angela Cropper, in London on Monday 12th November 2012 after a protracted illness. She was ten days shy of her 67th birthday.
Angela’s passing is a tremendous loss to Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and the global community. In a career spanning over thirty-nine years, she gave unstintingly of herself in public policy positions and in voluntary service in education, governance and the environment. Continue reading →
Calling all music and drum enthusiasts, former primary school drummers and parents of primary school drummers, follow the pulsating rhythm of this year’s Heartbeat to the Old Boys School on Thursday, June 21, 2012, starting at 6:30 p.m.Continue reading →
St. Kitts and Nevis is among members of the United Nations that observed yesterday (May 22) as the International Day for Biological Diversity.
This day provides an opportunity for participating countries to raise awareness and increase practical action. Derionne Edmeade, Education Officer at the Department of Environment in the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Physical Planning and Environment informed the St. Kitts and Nevis Information Service that activities pertaining to Biological Diversity will take place in June. Continue reading →
Chanting for Climate Change – Climate Change artistes to hit Mobay for Pre Earth Day extravaganza
By Avia Ustanny, Journalist Kingston, Jamaica
Twenty one popular and upcoming artistes will hit Montego Bay next Thursday (April 19) to take part in two days of activities being organised by key environmental agencies to mark Earth Day while raising awareness on biodiversity, climate change and disaster risk reduction. April 22nd 2012 will be the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. Continue reading →