Nevis Bids Farewell To Father George

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 25, 2006)

Father George Agger Parish Priest of the Catholic Church in Nevis was visibly moved on Thursday as parishioners, fellow members of the Christian Counsel, Premier of Nevis the Honourable Joseph Parry and Mrs Parry and friends attended a Service of Thanksgiving in his honour at the St Theresa Catholic Church in Charlestown.

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Nevis Joins Global Fight To Protect Civil Aviation

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 23, 2006)

Nevis joined the global fight against terrorism when it implemented a number of security measures at the Vance W. Amory International Airport at Newcastle recently and members of the travelling public have had to adjust to a number of critical changes at the Airport.

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Nevis Disaster Management Office Soon

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 22, 2006)

The Nevis Disaster Management Office (NDMO) will soon have new and expanded offices, to deliver maximum services to the people of Nevis in the event of a disaster.
Manager of the NDMO Mr. Lester Blackette told the Government Information Service recently, that the two acre site at Long Point had been cleared and construction work is scheduled to commence in September, 2006, since the contract bids are expected to be tendered by the end of August.

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Nevis Health Minister Welcomes Caribbean Pharmacists

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 21, 2006)

Minister of Health in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Hensley Daniel has lauded the efforts of the Caribbean Association of Pharmacists (CAP) for its decision to honour Nevis’ longest serving Pharmacist Mr. Arthur Evelyn.
Mr Daniel made the comment on Friday August 18, 2006 at Mingles Restaurant at Cades Bay in Nevis as he welcomed over 130 members of the Association to the island for one day, as part of their annual convention which concluded in Saint Kitts last weekend.

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Nevis’ Premier Parry Meets With Constituents

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 18, 2006)

Land, roads, recreational facilities and water were key concerns voiced by the residents of Barnes Ghaut Village, during the first in a series of planned island wide town hall meetings of the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP led Nevis Island Administration (NIA) on Thursday August 17, 2006.

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