CHARLESTOWN NEVIS ( July 17, 2006) — Premier of Nevis the Hon Joseph Parry extended the olive branch and called on all to work along with the new Nevis Reformation Party-led Nevis Island Administration (NIA), to ensure that the Nevis society remained strong and enduring and that the island’s youth inculcated the values of Nevis.
Bridgetown, Barbados – July 16, 2006. The safe movement of people during next year’s cricket World Cup in the Caribbean is the subject of a major meeting of officials in Antigua next week. World Cup organisers, and officials from the region’s governments, major airlines, customs, and immigration will begin a …
Warner Park Cricket Ground – Saint Kitts – Nevis
The St. Kitts and Nevis Chamber of Industry and Commerce is hailing the construction of the new Warner Park Cricket Stadium as a “significant investment in sports tourism.”
President, Mr. Franklin Brand in his address at the 24th Annual St. Kitts and Nevis Private Sector Banquet said that the recently opened multi-million facility, which was financed by the Government of the Republic of China on Taiwan, “is impressive, and the Government and people of this Country should be proud of its establishment.”
CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (July 14, 2006) — At the end of three sea turtle camps at the Four Seasons Resort, the first of which concludes later today, at least 55 students would become honorary members of the Nevis Turtle Group and would contribute to the conservation of sea turtles which nest on Nevis.
Charlestown Nevis (July 13, 2006) The St. Kitts-Nevis & Anguilla National Bank Group of Companies continues to commit itself to the promotion and preservation of culture in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. To this end, the bank was the first to present sponsorship to the Nevis Culturama Committee on Wednesday July 12 at the Nevis Branch in Charlestown.