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Russell Williams For more than two years many of us would have endured questions like, “how can your government avoid the Motion of No Confidence?”, or “how you people can be so quiet while the government, is thumbing it’s nose at the constitution and trampling your rights?”. If it wasn’t […]

Proud to be Called a Kittivisian!


Basseterre, St. Kitts, September 23, 2013 (SKNIS):  The COURTS Local Reading Competition, which is a collaborative effort between COURTS Ltd., the Ministry of Education and co-sponsors, is said to be not just a reading competition, but a way to promote literacy in the Federation “in a fun filled and rewarding […]

COURTS Ltd LOCAL READING COMPETITION PROMOTES LITERACY


MESSAGE ON INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL 8 September 2012 Literacy provides tools for men and women to better understand the world and shape it to meet their aspirations. It is a source of individual dignity and a motor for the healthy development of society. International Literacy Day is […]

INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY MESSAGE



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