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PRESS  RELEASE   The Nevis historical and Conservation society announces that Archaeologists from Monmouth University will conduct a three-week archaeological project at Fort Charles.   Fort Charles is one of the earliest British Forts in the Caribbean and was occupied for more than two centuries.   Archaeology at the site will document the changing experience […]

Archaeologists to Investigate Fort Charles, Nevis.



Basseterre, St. Kitts- It was a ‘must win’ situation for St. Kitts & Nevis, having already lost their opening game on Thursday to Suriname, and without hesitation, the home team came out on Saturday night, (26th November, 2011), to deliver a superb performance that resulted in an impressive victory over […]

St. Kitts & Nevis Humiliates Trinidad & Tobago




UN UPR Consultation
by Orita Bailey The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice, and the Department of Social Services, held consultations with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) yesterday 7th September 2010, in line with it’s obligations to the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Consultations on Human Rights Held in the Federation


By Alecia Daniel-Blake PART 1: The Beginnings In the not too distant past, there had been much “water talk.” Residents were encouraged to conserve water because of the recent drought which was gripping St. Kitts and Nevis and the Eastern Caribbean. World Water Day, celebrated March 22, acknowledged the importance […]

The Basseterre Valley Aquifer, Churning the Waters Toward Conservation



Dr. R. Stimmelmayr and Maureen Sullivan According to most climate change scientists, climate change is no longer a development to occur in the future, but is already happening now. Exotic places like the far north and islands in the South Pacific and Caribbean are already experiencing some of the physical […]

Climate Change Up Close and Personal: A Kittitian Perspective