Disney Wonder Important To Tourism Development

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, SEPTEMBER 26TH 2006 (CUOPM)
The visit of the Disney Wonder to Staint Kitts is an important development in the local cruise industry, and it is an indicative of  efforts to enhance the quality of visitor experiences in the twin-island Federation.

So says St. Kitts and Nevis‘ Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas, who warned that despite the opportunities, the land and marine resources must be protected.

Speaking at a brief ceremony on board the ship, which docked at Port Zante, Prime Minister Douglas said he was pleased that the Disney Wonder had added St. Kitts to its itinerary on its second Caribbean cruise.

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Nevis’ Inland Revenue Department Gets Legal Assistance

Charlestown Nevis (September 26, 2006)
With a debt estimated at five million Eastern Caribbean Currency in outstanding revenues, the Nevis Island Government was of the view that the island would be in a much better position if it was collected.

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Cricket World Cup Creates A Legacy For Future Events

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, SEPTEMBER 26TH 2006 (CUOPM)
Outgoing United States Ambassador to the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis Her Excellency Mrs. Mary Kramer said next year’s World Cup Cricket though seen, as a threat to Caribbean economies in some quarters is an investment for the future.

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Nevis Amateur Football Association League Opens 2006 Season

Charlestown Nevis ( September 25, 2006)
Following the opening ceremony of the Nevis Amateur Football Association League that was held at Grove Park on Saturday afternoon, the inauguration of a “˜Legends Cup’ competition was introduced by the association’s management led by Mr. Raymond Smith.
 
The competition saw the top four teams of the last season, namely, Caribbean Cable Communications Bath United, Slybo Stoney Grove Strikers, Bronx United and Harris’ United competed over a two-day period for the Legends Cup, dubbed “The Lester Blackette Trophy”.  Harris’ United was the overall winner.

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Nevis Cultural Administrators Participate In CARIFESTA 2006

Charlestown Nevis (September 21, 2006) Three of Nevis‘ Cultural Administrators, Mr. Halstead Byron, Mr. Antonio Liburd and Mr. Chesley Davis departed Nevis earlier today to participate in the Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA) slated for September 22 to October 2, 2006 in Trinidad.   CARIFESTA which began in 1972 and …

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