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Heiress changed his life then plotted his death

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Photo: Tony Avelar, AP Image 1of/1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE – In this April 6, 2017 file photo, Tiffany Li, a Northern California woman accused of killing the father of her two children, leaves San Mateo County Jail after posting $35 million bail in Redwood City, Calif. Keith Green was a popular Read More

St Kitts-Nevis revives plans for IXP infrastructure

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Attorney General Vincent Byron BASSETERRE, St Kitts (SKNIS) — A two day symposium and technical workshop held from May 4-5, 2017, has revived the conversation for the introduction of an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) infrastructure in St Kitts and Nevis. An IXP, simply put, is a physical infrastructure through which internet service providers (ISPs) and Read More

Navigating ‘Island’ Parenting: A child is a child – every child is different, special, precious and gifted

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By Mutryce A. Williams Navigating “Island” Parenting is a submission of insights, quotes, tips and parenting advice that I have gathered over the years as a source of inspiration and as tools to deal with the daily challenges of parenting. This week’s issue: A Child is A Child – Every Child is Different, Special, Precious Read More

IMF commends St Kitts-Nevis government on efforts to strengthen citizenship programme

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IMF officials meeting with the government of St Kitts and Nevis, Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and other stakeholders BASSETERRE, St Kitts — A team from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) commended the St Kitts and Nevis government on Wednesday on its efforts to strengthen the citizenship-by-investment (CBI) programme, the oldest of its kind in the Read More

Nelson glassmaker brings St Elmo’s Fire to Wellington LUX show

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JESSICA LONG Last updated 12:12, May 5 2017 BRADEN FASTIER / Stuff.co.nz Nelson Glass and Neon artist Anthony Genet pictured with his piece “St Elmos Fire” to be exhibited in the Wellington Lux festival. A Nelson artist’s flashing, pulsating neon sculpture based on a strange weather phenomenon will help light up a Wellington festival.   The 4.3 metre, 120kg twist Read More

League 2 rumours: Carlisle United return for striker and police on alert for Portsmouth FC visit

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A full programme of EFL League 2 fixtures takes place on Saturday, but there’s still plenty of rumours and intrigue to get our teeth into before Grimsby Town visit Cambridge United. The News & Star are reporting that veteran striker Derek Asamoah has agreed a deal in principle to return to Brunton Park. United boss Read More

Princeton to Rename Spaces for T. Morrison, Sir A. Lewis

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Nobel Laureates Sir Arthur Lewis (L) and Toni Morrison (R) In a press release Tuesday, the University announced that it will rename West College and the major auditorium in Robertson Hall of the Wilson School in honor of University Professor Emerita Toni Morrison and Nobel Laureate and former University Professor Sir Arthur Lewis, respectively. The Read More

Commentary: Chronicles of a Chronic Caribbean Chronicler: Venezuela to ‘Vexit’ the OAS, but where does CARICOM stand?

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Commentary: Chronicles of a Chronic Caribbean Chronicler: Venezuela to ‘Vexit’ the OAS, but where does CARICOM stand?
By Earl Bousquet The wider Caribbean finds itself slap dash in the middle of an unfolding situation that’s already tearing apart the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and possibly the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), even as it unfolds. Earl Bousquet is Editor-at-Large of The Diplomatic Courier and author of the regional newspaper column entitled Chronicles Read More

Customs Officers Graduate from CCLEC JOB Training Course

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Officers – Graduation Day Six new recruits in the Anguilla Customs Department recently returned home having attended the Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council (CCLEC) Junior Officer Basic (JOB) Training Course in St. Kitts, from January 30th, 2017 to April 7th, 2017. Khamal Harding Hodge, Omando Hodge, Kendall Richardson, Alrique Rogers, Calan Vanterpool and Raheim Webster Read More

Cruise giant heads for St. Kitts

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The Ultimate Abyss is a ten-story dry slide, making it the tallest slide at sea. The world’s largest cruise ship, the Harmony of the Seas, will be making its inaugural call in St. Kitts tomorrow, Wednesday 3rd May, bringing more than 6,700 passengers to the island. . The Harmony of the Seas is the newest Read More