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BASSETERRE (21st November, 2011): St. Kitts celebrated its tourism product in grand style last Saturday, with an awards ceremony that honored individuals and businesses who have made a positive impact on the development of the tourism industry, which included the iconic Kim Collins.

St. Kitts Honours Outstanding Contributions to Tourism

The following article is provided by Panos Caribbean for general release you may access Panos directly by following the link at the end of the piece. By Michael Deibert The news that the Spanish oil giant Repsol intends to begin exploratory drilling in the waters directly north of Cuba has […]

Concern Grows Over Plan To Drill For Oil Near Florida ...

Basseterre, St. Kitts, The positive activities of young people in St. Kitts and Nevis will be celebrated in grand style by the Ministry of Youth Empowerment as it seeks to uplift the image of the youth population. Peace Corps Volunteer Connie Howard Leach is spearheading an initiative called the “25 […]


By Orita Bailey The long awaited Community Technology Project, funded by the World Bank through the ECTEL, the Caribbean Telecommunications Authority was finally handed over to the Ministry of Education and the local Dieppe Bay Community Tuesday in a brief ceremony.

Dieppe Bay Community Technology Project Launched

By Dawn Marie Roper HelpAge International and Panos Caribbean have just completed 5 days of media communication training with a group of elderly people in Haiti. Twelve participants from communities most affected by the earthquake spent the 5 days at Panos Caribbean learning how to produce their own radio and […]

HelpAge International Haiti and Panos Caribbean Provide Media Training for ...

The General Public is invited to take part in the National Beach Clean Up which takes place Friday, September 24, 2010 on various beaches around St. Kitts. Globally, the activity falls under the International Coastal Cleanup coordinated by the Ocean Conservancy which is commemorating the 25thAnniversary of its undertaking. Persons […]

National Beach Clean Up 2010

“The tail don’t wag the dog!” By Orita Bailey In this issue we start a regular blog looking at our society and what lessons can be learned from traditional values and community involvement from the past and what impact they could have on today’s society.  Please engage with us in […]


Logo of Earth Day Network
By Orita Bailey EARTH DAY, the brain child of US senator Gaylord Nelson, who was disillusioned and disappointed by the lack of government action to protect the environment from industrial pollution and exploitation of the environment, is 40 years old. EARTH DAY has been celebrated on the 22 April since […]


Basseterre, St. Kitts The National Bank of Dominica Ltd is the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union’s Best Corporate Citizen among Commercial Banks for 2009. The ECCB presented Good Corporate Citizen Awards to the banks that were adjudged to have carried out their corporate social responsibilities to the highest level in the […]

National Bank of Dominica Ltd Wins ECCU Best Corporate Citizen ...

Providing Eco-Friendly Crafts Opportunities for Local Communities Kimberley Stewart In collaboration with the Global Environmental Facility Small Grants Programme, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM), and the Wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST) in an effort to offer eco-friendly employment to local communities, the SKSTMN is providing free […]

St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network’s (SKSTMN) Glass Jewelry Initiative

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CUOPM) St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Denzil Douglas said on Monday in Castries, St Lucia, it was imperative for there to be a deepening integration within the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) so as to fully take advantage of the changing global environment.

St Kitts-Nevis PM Calls For Closer Unity Within OECS