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Russell Williams Rodney Bay, St. Lucia was the venue for the Competitive Business Unit’s two day Forum on E-Payments. The forum was attended by delegates from nine OECS member states with the objective of promoting harmonized rules and regulations in the OECS region for conducting electronic payments. The forum sought […]

OECS Holds Forum On E-Payments


Basseterre, St Kitts; 09 Aug. 12 2012: Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency Sir Cuthbert M. Sebastian G.C.M.G., O.B.E., MD, Governor General, St. Christopher & Nevis and with the support of our sponsors; Warner’s One Stop, Digicel, Cloud 9, Tapatap Promotions, Choice FM, Grace Foods (Jamaica), Kittivisian Life, Miyvue.com, […]

Jamaica 50 SKN Celebrations Food Fair



EDITORIAL Following the Election Petition case in Nevis recently, we at Kittivisian Life restrained ourselves from comment. However, we are cognizant that many in the Federation and worldwide are anxious for clear unbiased comment on the matter. Beginning with the CARICOM, and OAS observer reports on the election, the indications […]

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Secondary Schools Boys
BECOME A PUBLISHED AUTHOR WITH OUR “WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS TO ME” ESSAY COMPETITION We here at Kittivisian Life are hosting an essay competition for school children in the Federation. The competition is in two (2) categories; Primary Schools for ages 7-11 and Secondary Schools ages 12-16 and seeks to create […]

KITTIVISIAN LIFE LAUNCHES ESSAY COMPETITION




We here at Kittivisian Life has been as distraught and traumatised by the earthquake in Haiti as everyone else viewing our television screens on a daily basis since Tuesday 12th January. It is difficult to express our emotions; we can only send our profound condolence and sympathy with those from […]

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2008 closed on a euphoric high for those of us of African descent, when Barack Obama was elected President of The United States of America. That we have arrived at this point in history, 40 years after Dr Martin Luther King Jr. told us ‘I have a Dream,’ the election […]

Editorial February 2009