Nevis Tourism Week 2011 Looks To Be A Big Success

Miss Teen Hospitality 2011 Contestants Charlestown, Nevis January 24, 2011 The countdown is on to a nine-day celebration to mark Nevis Tourism Week 2011. With activities for the young in age and young at heart, the February 4th to 12th …

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Consumer Affairs Week Of Activities

Public Notice To All St. Kitts – Nevis Citizens The general public is invited to take part in activities in commemoration of Consumer Week 2009.  Following is the schedule of activities. Sun., March 15 — Minister’s Message (ZIZ Radio and …

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Nevis Premier Speaks At Independence Celebration Opening

Nevis Premier At Independence Celebration Opening

Nevis Premier At Independence Celebration Opening

Charlestown, Nevis
August 11, 2008

The Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry addressed an enthusiastic crowd on the achievements of Nevis over the last 25 years, at the launch of activities for the Silver Jubilee Celebration for the St. Kitts & Nevis 25th Anniversary of Independence. The opening took place on Thursday afternoon at the Nevis Tourism Authority apron in Charlestown.

“This afternoon is a special time for us, as it is the beginning of the celebration of our 25th Anniversary. It was 25 years ago that St.Kitts and the island of Nevis, this twin island nation, took the bold step of Independence. It was 25 years ago that this island with $250,000 started the government of Nevis. Many persons had low expectations, because a small sum of $250,000 was not expected to take us anywhere. I must say that we had a country that had a number of problems. We had a problem with Infrastructure, roads, water services, electricity, and telephone communications. However, today I am proud to say to you that we have overcome all of our infrastructure, and utility problems and on top of that, we have some of the best roads in the Caribbean, here on the island of Nevis,” declared Premier Parry.

On that declaration, the Premier received a thunderous applause.

Today in Nevis, according to the Premier, the island has a water system where every household can boast of having running water 24 hours a day.

“We have every reason to be proud, especially since last month the Nevis Reformation Party led Nevis Island Administration has implemented one million gallons of water into the system,” said the Premier.

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Nevis Unveils Miss Culturama Queen Contestants

Nevis Culturama Queen Contestants -2008

Nevis’ Culturama Queen Contestants -2008

Charlestown, Nevis
July 01, 2008

Minister of Culture in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Hon. Hensley Daniel, appealed to the public to have a positive attitude towards the Culturama festival and its participants and to abstain criminal activity.

The Minister made the call at the official launch of the 2008 Miss Culture Queen Contestants on June 27, 2008. The event featured a motorcade of the contestants and their escorts through Charlestown and culminated at the Nevis Cultural Park on Old Hospital Road.

The four contestants for this year’s pageant are Miss Carib Brewery Tanisha Hendrickson, Miss S.L. Horsfords and Company Limited Shamilla Wilkinson, Miss Cable and Wireless Shanyra Richardson and Miss Development Bank Roslyn Berkley.

 “I want to urge all of us to please desist from discouraging people because it means that as we go forward we will always have to be stopping and starting with the festival.  I also want to say to the people in Nevis that I want to urge all of us to ensure that we have a peaceful Culturama,” he said.

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