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Rohan Walters The historic timelines for the abolition of slavery by two of our most dominant colonist is set out below. 1. In July 1833, a Bill to abolish slavery throughout the British Empire passed in the House of Commons, followed by the House of Lords on 1st August. There has […]

A Case for Ideological Slavery in the Workplace?

NHCS Press Release The Nevis Historical and Conservation Society (NHCS) will be celebrating Arbor (Tree) Month in November. Arbor Month is celebrated at different times of the year in countries around the world. The purpose of the month is to educate individuals and communities about the importance of trees to […]


Press Release The St. Christopher National Trust held its 4th Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 29th October, 2013 at its office at the Old Treasury Building, Basseterre. In his President’s Report, Mr. Tapley Seaton QC, reflected on the Trust’s past year’s activities including its advocacy in matters of preservation and […]

The St. Christopher National Trust Annual General Meeting (AGM) Update

PRESS RELEASE (OECS Secretariat, Castries Saint Lucia) The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Secretariat is in final preparations to host its third climate change seminar, which is to focus on ‘strategies and innovations in tourism and agriculture’. The seminar will take place at the Royal Saint Lucian Hotel in […]

OECS Climate Change Seminar To Focus On Tourism and Agriculture ...

Angela Cropper 1945-2012 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 […]


18 July 2012 Today, it gives me immense pleasure to say Happy Birthday Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela has been a lawyer and a freedom fighter… A political prisoner, peacemaker and president… A healer of nations…and a mentor to generations of leaders and people from all walks of life throughout the […]


Basseterre, St. Kitts, May 23, 2012 (SKNIS): 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 […]


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 […]

Chanting for Climate Change

Kingston, Jamaica: Health and Wellness will be the focus as the University of the West Indies hosts its 2012 Research Days activities on Thursday, January 26 and Friday, January 27 on the Mona Campus. Now in its 13th year, the annual forum provides an opportunity for dialogue between researchers and […]

UWI Research Days 2012 to Examine Health and Wellness Research

By Sir Ronald Sanders The Government of Canada has placed itself in the front of the drive to reform the 54-nation Commonwealth. The 62-year old organisation should be all the better for Canada’s initiative. At the end of last year, Canada’s Foreign Minister, John Baird, announced the appointment of Hugh […]

Canada Taking the Commonwealth Lead

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, JANUARY 8TH 2012 (CUOPM) – St. Kitts is among three Caribbean islands that will get a new year’s gift from CIBC FirstCaribbean in the form of support for endangered environmental projects in their different island communities. Through a partnership with Seacology, the only Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) […]

St. Kitts Sea Turtles to Benefit From Environment Fund