Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) pays courtesy call on Premier Parry

Charlestown Nevis (July 21, 2006)

Federation based Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan), His Excellency Mr. John K Liu, on Thursday 20 met and held discussions with newly elected Premier, the Hon Mr. Joseph Parry at his Administration office at Bath Plains.
 
The Ambassador was the first diplomat to pay courtesy call on Premier Parry, following his recent elections to office as Premier. He was accompanied by his wife and a three-man delegation when he arrived at the Premier’s office.

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Sports Minister Assures Government Support For Sport

Charlestown Nevis (July 20, 2006)
Nevis’ Minister of Youth and Sports, the Honourable Mr. Hensley Daniel on Wednesday 19 July, said the Nevis Island Administration would ensure that more young people got involved in sports.
 
The Sports Minister made the comment while at the Charlestown Pier, to see the track and field team off to St Lucia. The team will participate in the Caribbean Union of Teachers track and field competition to be held on 21-23 July 2006.
 
“The Nevis Island Administration will double its efforts in so far as sports and development where young people are concerned. Sports are all part of the central process of social development and we look forward to working with the sports association,” said Minister Daniel.

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St. Kitts and Nevis Plans Establishing An Embassy In Taiwan

Source: Suelika N. Buchanan/SKNVibes.com

(Basseterre; St. Kitts) Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade, Industry and Commerce, Timothy Harris is presently in Taiwan. While there he is going over plans with President Chen Shui-bian about St. Kitts and Nevis establishing an embassy there.

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NCCU Donates To Nevis Culturama

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (July 17, 2006) — The Nevis Co-operative Credit Union (NCCU) joined the wider community in donating a cheque of EC$3000.00 to the Nevis Culturama Committee at the NCCU Customer Care Department in Charlestown on Monday July 17, 2006. The …

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Nevis’ Premier Parry Extends Olive Branch

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.

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