Four Seasons Resort Nevis Beach Renovation

Beach Erosion Four Seasons Nevis

Sand Mining To Fix Beach Erosion At 4 Seasons Charlestown, Nevis November 05, 2017 The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) is optimistic that renovation work on the island’s flagship hotel the Four Seasons Resort (FSR), Nevis, will not disrupt employment prospects for the island’s people. The revelation came from Hon. Mark Brantley, Deputy Premier for Nevis and Minister responsible for Tourism …

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Nevis Residents Urged To Prepare For 2009 Hurricane Season

Hurricane Omar Damage To Four Seasons Resort Charlestown, Nevis May 29, 2009 Residents of Nevis have been urged to make early preparations for the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane season. Acting Premier of Nevis Hon. Robelto Hector made the call ahead of the June 01 ““ November 30 hurrricane season, when he spoke to the Department of Information on Friday. “The Hurricane …

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Nevis Island Administration and Federal Cabinets To Meet

The Meeting Will Be Held March 25, 2009 Charlestown, Nevis March 24, 2009 The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) and the St. Kitts-Nevis Federal Government will hold a Joint Cabinet meeting, at the Marriott Hotel in St. Kitts on the morning of Wednesday, March 25th, 2009. A number of issues are expected to be discussed when the Cabinet of the Nevis …

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Nevis Sports Minister Speaks Out on Sports Agenda

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Charlestown, Nevis
March 25, 2008

Minister of Sports in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) the Hon. Hensley Daniel said athletes represented the regions greatest hope for the future of the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) games. He called on sports agencies across the Caribbean to pay special attention to the athletes in their localities to ensure even better performances in future games.
 
Mr. Daniel made the statement while he welcomed delegates for the 37th Congress of CARIFTA games on Sunday March 23rd at the Four Seasons Resort.
 
“I am particularly asking that we use this opportunity in that context to ensure that the St Kitts and Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) which is based in St. Kitts and the Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (NAAA) which is based in Nevis find creative ways of ensuring that both athletes on both sides of the Narrows ensure tremendous success.
 
“And as such we want to ensure that our engagement with North American and Caribbean Associations Council (NACAC) and all the other agencies pay some attention to our athletes in their locality so that in the next CARIFTA and succeeding CARIFTA events we will have more athletes and we will be able to see a greater display of performance,” he said.

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