St. Kitts – Nevis Renames Stadium In Honor Of Kim Collins

Champion Sprinter – Kim Collins Basseterre, St.Kitts – Nevis April 09, 2015 The St. Kitts – Nevis Government is continuing to fulfill their commitments with yet another clear show of keeping and fulfilling promises made. On Monday March 30th the Team UNITY Administration Cabinet took the decision to re-name the Silver Jubilee Stadium at Bird Rock in honor of Sprint …

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Nevis Performing Arts Centre To Stage Dance Production

NEPAC GM – Deslyn Williams-Johnson Charlestown, Nevis January 29, 2015 General Manager of the Nevis Performing Arts Centre (NEPAC) Deslyn Williams-Johnson, extended an invitation to the general public to attend the Center’s annual dance production entitled “Synergy”. It will be staged at the Herald Sutton Auditorium on February 6th and 7th. During a recent interview with the Department of Information, …

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Garden Showcase and Tree Planting

Lobster Claw or False Bird of Paradise Flower Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis May 24, 2012 Media Houses are invited to send representatives to: The Garden Showcase of the St. Peter’s Early Childhood Centre on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. on the Centre grounds, St. Peter’s which marks the start of the UNESCO Environment Online (ENO) Tree Planting …

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Nevis’ Agriculture Open Day 2008

Charlestown, Nevis
April 21, 2008

Final plans are progressing smoothly in readiness for Nevis‘ premier annual agricultural showcase on April 24th to 25th and officials of the Department of Agriculture, hosts of the annual event, said all preparatory works are on schedule.
During an interview with the Department of Information on Monday April 21, 2008, the Department’s Communication’s Officer Mr. Eric Evelyn described the 14th Agriculture Open Day at the Villa grounds in Charlestown, as an event to promote food security and a tool to promote farming at every level.  The Theme for the 2008 fair is “Micro-Farming: The Driving Force for Agriculture ““ Past, Present and Future”.
“The reason for this theme being, we are trying to promote agriculture at all levels. We have over the years done a lot to promote commercial farming but we are trying to promote farming from a micro level to a macro level, where you can have people doing farming in their backyard and even persons who do not have space can be doing farming in containers,” he said.
Mr. Evelyn explained that the theme was selected against the backdrop of rising food prices worldwide and agriculture officials wanted to buffer the effect on Nevis.

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