Nevis Celebrates Non-Nationals Appreciation Day

Premier Parry Addresses Church Congregation Charlestown, Nevis February 9th, 2009 Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry, addressed over 150 participants at the Shiloh Baptist Church’s Non-Nationals Appreciation Day, held under the theme: “Running the Christian Race”.  The event, which …

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Nevis Premier Meets With Nationals In The Virgin Islands

Charlestown, Nevis
April 30, 2008

The Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph W. Parry returned to the Federation Tuesday evening after leading a delegation to the British and US Virgin Islands this past weekend. The gathering was designed to update and inform Nevisians residing there, on the progress the Nevis Reformation Party led Nevis Island Administration has made since taking office in July 2006.

The meetings were held at Maria’s by the Sea in Tortola, BVI and Victor’s Hideaway in St Thomas, USVI.

Both gatherings were well attended as Nevisians and friends of Nevis attended in their numbers to see and hear the report on their beloved island. Included in the meetings was a well organized power point presentation on the development and transformation of Nevis over the past 21 months, as well as a question and answer session which was the highlight each evening.

In his usual enlightening and well articulated style the Premier informed the audience of specific activities employed by his administration to better the standard of living for Nevisians. “This is why this government has been investing in the development of all our people regardless of their political persuasion. It is my Government’s intention to have at least one university graduate in each home in Nevis. We have already sent over one hundred persons to Universities abroad so far and within a next week or so, there would be another fifteen young persons going off to Trinidad to be trained and certified in plumbing, electricity and construction. This will put them in a position not only to earn more, but also to branch out and become owners of their own businesses,” he noted.

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