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Secretary-General’s Message for 2015   This year, as the UN prepares to adopt a new post-2015 sustainable development agenda in September, World Water Day highlights the essential and interconnected role of water. We rely on water for public health and equitable progress, it is essential for food and energy security, […]

TODAY IS WORLD WATER DAY!


“LifeLines is a monthly column dedicated to addressing issues of mental, behavioural, and social health. The column appears on the 1st weekend of the month, and is written by professionals in the field of social work, mental health, and community medicine”. Stress Management By Cherrilyn Crawford Are You Stressed? Take […]

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The Water Services Department is hosting a week of activities to celebrate World Water Day, which is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The staff of the department will be engaging […]

Water for Islands – Turning Challenges into Opportunities



CALL FOR GREATER SUPPORT FOR MEDIA COVERAGE OF BIODIVERSITY ISSUES – IUCN, IIED and Internews Launch Biodiversity Media Alliance Journalists need more training and greater access to sources and information if they are to effectively tell an under-reported story– the silent decline in the planet’s biological resources. This story has profound […]

CALL FOR GREATER SUPPORT FOR MEDIA COVERAGE OF BIODIVERSITY ISSUES


The Probation and Child Protection Services of the Ministry of Social Services and Community Development has solidified its commitment to stopping child abuse “dead in its tracks” by implementing a multidisciplinary approach to the management of abuse cases. Stakeholders in child protection met at the St Kitts Marriott on Thursday […]

FEDERATION ESTABLISHES NEW PROTOCOL TO ADDRESS CHILD ABUSE CASES




The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis through the Department of Agriculture is seeking applications for Agriculture Compliance Officers to fill positions for the new Compliance Unit, expected to commence operations this year.

Agriculture Compliance Officers – Vacancies


South East Peninsular wtih Nevis and Salt Ponds
By Jacqueline Armony and Lindon Williams The Southeast Peninsula is perhaps the last major economic frontier on St. Kitts. The heritage resources of this area are both natural and cultural. The natural environment is particularly significant because the special geography of the area allowed for a different development from the […]

THE HISTORY AND HERITAGE RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH EAST PENINSULA ...


Published  Friday 20 March 2009 CASTRIES, St Lucia: OECS Chairman, Prime Minister Tillman Thomas of Grenada feels the current global economic downturn makes now an even more opportune time for small countries like those in the OECS to strengthen ties and work closer together. Thomas delivered the feature address at […]

Opportune Time for Deeper Integration Says OECS Chairman