Nevis Reformation Party wins Nevis Assembly elections

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.

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Saint Kitts Music Festival

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 …

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Nevis Business Fund Launched

Small and micro-enterprises were the main beneficiaries of a multi-million dollar fund, set up by the Stanford Group of Companies in partnership with the government of St. Kitts/Nevis and managed by the indigenous Development Bank of St. Kitts/Nevis. Details of …

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Nevis Island Election – 10 Candidates Nominated

Charlestown Nevis (July 4, 2006) July 3, Nomination Day, saw ten persons being nominated to contest the July 10th 2006 polls, when the recent announcement was made that local elections would be held by the Honourable Mr. Vance Amory at a rally in Hardtimes, Gingerland.

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Nevis Electricity Workers Praised

Electricity workers play critical role in the economic growth of Nevis

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS – Premier and Minister with responsibility for Electricity on Nevis Hon Vance Amory called on staff at the Nevis Electricity Company (NEVLEC) to accept that they, through their utility, had a fundamentally important role to play in the economic growth and activity of Nevis.

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