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.
Charlestown Nevis (July 12, 2006) By virtue of having won three of five seats in the Nevis Island Assembly following the July 10th elections, the Nevis Reformation Party became the official party to run the affairs of the Nevis Island Administration for the next five years.
During a historical ceremony on Tuesday July 11, at Grove Park in Charlestown, The Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) led by the Hon Mr. Joseph Parry was sworn into government before thousands of supporters and well wishers. The ceremony was presided over by Resident Judge in Nevis, Justice Ianthea Leighterwood- Octave.
CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (July 11, 2006) — The Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) lead by Mr Joseph Walcott Parry was elected to run the affairs of Nevis for the next five years, ending their 15-year stint on the Nevis Island Assembly’s opposition benches. The NRP captured three of the five seats while the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) won two.
Just past midnight on July 11, 2006, Supervisor of Elections Mr Leroy Benjamin announced that Mr Parry had successfully defended his seat in the Electoral District of Nevis (4) St James against new comer for the CCM Mr Gene Herbert, with a total of 494 votes and his party had captured three of the five seats.
The 10th anniversary of the St. Kitts Music Festival lived up to the hype and drew rave reviews from local, regional and international patrons attending the four nightly concerts. Exceptional performances were turned in from the first note played last …