of Liamuiga Welcomes Four New Members
Basseterre, St. Kitts – In his monthly
message this past October, Rotary International President Sakuji
Tanaka remarked that “Understanding the idea of vocational
service completely changed my attitude toward my work, and
toward my own purpose in life. I realized that the goal of a
Owners of Flexible Premium Annuity (“FPA”) Policies issued
by British American Insurance Company Limited (in
Judicial Management) (“BAICO”) The Governments of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union
(“ECCU”) are pleased to announce the commencement of Phase I of
the Policyholders Relief Programme (the “Programme”).
CURRICULUM TO BE LAUNCHED IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
(EMU) – St. Kitts, Nov 30, 2012:
Health and Family Life Education is expected to be
launched in primary schools come January 2013.
Primary School teachers from Grades Three to Six were
exposed to training to prepare them to deliver the Health
OF EDUCATION PRAISES ALLIANCE FRANCAISE
Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 29, 2012
The Alliance Francaise was recently praised
by the Ministry of Education for playing a significant role in
the development of students and teachers in nation building.
At the institute’s graduation ceremony, Mrs.
Ionie Liburd Willett, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of
Education, stated that the Ministry is pleased with its
CFBC SYMPOSIUM SHOWCASES
RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS Basseterre,
St. Kitts, November 26, 2012 (SKNIS):
At a recent
symposium, Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College students and external
research partners showcased their intellectual and artistic
research accomplishments. Dr. Leighton Naraine, Science
Lecturer and Vice Principal at CFBC stated that research is
SKN NATIONAL FEDERATION
OF CLUBS FOR UNESCO NOW ESTABLISHED IN ST.KITTS AND NEVIS
NATCOM (SKN) - Basseterre: November 26, 2012:
Coordinator of the UNESCO Clubs Jacqueline Christopher has
reported that she is convinced that clubs in the Federation are
about to experience a new level of vitality following the
initial meeting of members of the organization
According to Ms. Christopher, a number of local clubs
stepped forward to take advantage of the
AIDS DAY ACTIVITIES ADDRESS STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION
Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 27, 2012 (SKNIS):
This year’s World AIDS Day activities will be geared towards
encouraging citizens to be more
World AIDS Day Activities
Address Stigma and Discrimination
UK University Launches
Scholarship Initiative to Meet Caribbean Tourism Sector Needs
As the global economy continues its recovery, it is widely
expected that this will continue to have a positive impact on
global tourism. This should be good news for the
Caribbean. However, given the increased global competition
for tourism dollars, and the growing popularity of destinations
including Cuba then nothing can be taken for granted.
SYMPOSIUM SHOWCASES RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 26, 2012
(SKNIS): At a recent symposium, Clarence Fitzroy
Bryant College students and external research partners showcased
their intellectual and artistic research accomplishments.
Dr. Leighton Naraine, Science Lecturer and Vice Principal at
CFBC stated that research is important to educational
institutions such as CFBC
Of Education Promotes Social Graces
Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 26,
2012 (SKNIS): The
Ministry of Education recently joined forces with the Learning
Support Departments of all the high schools in St. Kitts and
Nevis to impart to students skills on interacting
politely in social situations.
ACF PLAYS HOST TO PUPILS FROM DR. WILLIAM CONNOR PRIMARY SCHOOL
On Tuesday 20 November 2012, the
Advancement of Children Foundation (ACF) played host to two
local children chosen from the Dr. William Connor Primary School
as part of an initiative by the Ministry of Community
Development, Culture & Gender Affairs.
NIA’s Health Advisor
welcomes medical supplies donation NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS
(November 23, 2012) -- Advisor to the Minister of
Health on Nevis Mr. Hensley Daniel welcomed a donation from the
Rotary Club to the health services on Nevis suggested it
recognised that health services, its management and delivery
could not be left to the government alone.
St. Kitts- Nevis
Attorney General meets with Youths of St. James' Parish
Charlestown, Nevis (Thursday, November 22, 2012)--
Attorney General and Minister of Justice of St. Kitts- Nevis,
the Hon. Patrice Nisbett met with the young people of St. James'
Parish on Tuesday (Nov. 20) to interact with them and discuss
various issues of mutual interest.
based medical facility and service clubs donate to Nevis’
Alexandra Hospital NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (November 22,
20120 -- The Alexandra Hospital on Nevis received
another donation of medical supplies but this time it came from
the Hackettstown Medical Centre and the Hackettstown Rotary Club
in New Jersey through the St. Kitts Rotary Club.
Probation & Child Protection Services Week of
continues with ‘Awesome’ lunch for Primary School
Children BASSETERRE, ST.
KITTS, NOVEMBER 22ND 2012 (CUOPM) –
St. Kitts and Nevis’ Prime Minister the Rt. Hon.
Dr. Denzil L. Douglas and Minister of Social and Community
Development, the Hon. Marcella Liburd joined other public and
benefit from emergency response training in Montserrat
NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (November 21, 2012) -- Three
Nevisians volunteer fire fighter Mr. Earl Freeman, Fire Sub
Officer on Nevis Ms. Catherine Joseph and Project Officer at the
Nevis Disaster Management Office Mr. Brian Dyer returned to
Nevis at the end of a five-day Training of Trainers workshop at
the Montserrat National
Parliamentarians, nation updated on laboratory situation at the
BHS BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS,
NOVEMBER 22ND (CUOPM) – The Ministry of Education
has been working with a number of government agencies and some
private sector organizations to address the dysfunction of a
number of science labs and other related concerns at the
Basseterre High School (BHS).