Feb 3, 2014
Can Barbados be run like a Company? If MP's would learn to leave their Egos at home
Like my old pal from Pull-Push , I also am not an Economist , but instead I wish to provide someways and means I have been mulling in the hopes Barbados would flourish once again, if they are used or adapted then at least progress is made - everyone is operating too close to the chest, as they seem to want to be the sole savior, Barbados needs to ... (more)
SKN's Team Unity Leader's Statement On The Nevis Treasury/Vat Office/Ird Office Fire
Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in Nevis as they rebound from yesterday morning's devastating fire that totally destroyed the Nevis Treasury Office, the VAT Office and the Philatelic Bureau and severely damaged the contents of the Inland Revenue Office.
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PM, opposition leader trade barbs after fire destroys Venezuelan embassy in St Kitts
By Clive Bacchus BASSETERRE, St Kitts -- Two early morning fires in St Kitts on Sunday -- one that destroyed the Venezuelan embassy and another that damaged the Organization of American States office -- have sparked a sharp exchange between Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas and the leader of the opposition Mark Brantley.
St. Kitts &Nevis Government Policies Insulate Nation From Ravages of Global Crisis
Although Caribbean governments have been trying to stave off the ravages of the global economic crisis, this is often easier said than done - since many of the region's challenges have their origins in capitols thousands of miles away.
Nevis Island Assembly recognizes Nevis Premier & Opposition Leader as ...
Premier of Nevis Vance Amory and Leader of the Opposition Joseph Parry were recognized as two of the longest serving parliamentarians on Nevis by the Nevis Island Assembly at a special sitting on December 10, 2013, when a number of persons who had served the Assembly in one way or the other at the Assembly's Chambers, Hamilton House.