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Ministry of Tourism on Nevis mourns loss of “Mansa”, a valuable stakeholder in agro tourism

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 07, 2023) -- The Ministry of Tourism in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) publicly mourns the loss of well-known Nevisian farmer/ entrepreneur Mr. Mervin "Mansa" Tyson. In a statement published on its Facebook page on February 04, 2023, the ministry acknowledged the late Mansa was one of Nevis' famed and respected farmers who passed on Wednesday, February

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FOUR MATCH OFFICIALS RECEIVE FIFA BADGES FOR 2023

Four St. Kitts and Nevis match officials on Sunday, received their badges as new FIFA match officials for 2023. They received their badges during halftime of President’s Cup match at the Warner Park. The match officials are:  Shandor Wilkinson  Sanchez Bass  Reginald Gumbs  Jaden Rouse Malcom Ramsey, Head of the SKNFA Referee Department, lauded this milestone in St. Kitts and

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New Head of National Lands Sales Agency Appointed

Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis, February 6, 2023 : Mr. Kevin Jeffers has been recently appointed the Head of the National Land Sales Agency, formerly known as the Privatization and Commercialization Unit. Mr. Jeffers has served in government for twenty-three (23) years in various capacities within the Ministry of Agriculture and has extensive experience in land management. He obtained a BSc.

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Heavy rain brings down mud and debris in Verchilds

364/2019 By: Erasmus Williams Verchild's, St Kitts, April 28, 2019 - Heavy overnight and early morning rain has resulted in an overflow from the Verchild's hillside Sunday morning. Debris and mud rolled down the hillside and across the island main road halting traffic in both directions. The force of the water also pushed mud and debris into nearby residences and made its way towards the sea. No damage to property is being reported.

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