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Russell Williams In Part 1, I set out a couple of reasons why I believe we need a dedicated and focused Ministry of Technology, much of the argument was based on the hear and now. In this final part, I will look ahead. We have all heard and in some […]

The Case for a Ministry of Technology – Pt 2


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  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?


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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




Grupo Punta Cana
Panos Caribbean Pollution is a constant to the Caribbean Sea as is the daily tide, but it doesn’t have to be so – not if the private sector gets involved say key stakeholders involved in a recent meeting held by the United Nations Environment Programme. The Grupo Punta Cana (GPC), […]

Private Sector Key To Successful Fight Against Coastal, Marine Pollution


St. Kitts- Nevis National Assembly
The St. Kitts and Nevis National Assembly is to meet next week. Deputy Clerk of the law making body Ms. Jihan Williams in a notice to members informed them that the St. Kitts and Nevis National Assembly will convene on Tuesday 15th January 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the National […]

National Assembly Meets on January 15th 2013



Government Ministers and staff at Requiem Mass for Dr Simeon  Daniel
Sunday, May 27th, 2012 I received the sad news of Honourable Dr. Simeon Daniel’s passing earlier this evening on my way to my hotel from a meeting in Leeds, England. Dr. Simeon Daniel was the first Premier of Nevis and an outstanding political figure on the island of Nevis from […]

Hon. Joseph W. Parry’s Statement on the passing of Nevis’ ...


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8 March 2012 Gender equality and the empowerment of women are gaining ground worldwide. There are more women Heads of State or Government than ever, and the highest proportion of women serving as Government ministers. Women are exercising ever greater influence in business. More girls are going to school, and […]

THE SECRETARY-GENERAL’s INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY MESSAGE


Helping each other to rise St.Kitts
By Lorna Callender BASSETERRE, St. Kitts When the late local preacher, Brother Eddy of St. Kitts, found conflicting passages in the Bible, he would make an honest appeal to God through prayer for guidance. Unlike some present day pastors who speak as though they had the monopoly on divine revelation […]

The Frankness and Relevance of Brother Eddy’s prayer



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By Russell Williams On Sat. 11th June, the Caribbean Association of Industry & Commerce (CAIC) 6th Annual Conference was held in St. Kitts-Nevis This was the first time I attended a CAIC conference, but within a half hour I was already experiencing a sense of deja vue. Once again it […]

Caribbean Association of Industry & Commerce (CAIC) 6th Annual Conference ...



By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is a Consultant and former Caribbean diplomat) Jamaica’s Prime Minister Bruce Golding says it is “an absurdity” that the Jamaica constitution bars born-Jamaicans from being elected to Parliament if they also became citizens of another country by their own decision. On this one, I’m […]

Going With Golding