Anglican Archdeacon Valentine Hodge tells of the reason for all the violence

By Liz Rahaman More than 90 percent of the inmates, who are under the age of 30, are from broken homes, said Valentine Hodge, Arch...

Runako’s fans disappointed

The historical first international cricket match at Warner Park, St. Kitts, India versus West Indies had all the intrigues associated with cricket.  First, was...

Trott Talk – Get Real!

TROTT TALK GET REAL! Last week I said I was going to check out a few fairy tales to see if they might be helpful in...


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Open message to CCM and NRP

BY THEODORE L. HOBSON As we approach the 7th Nevis Island Elections since attaining Independence in 1983 both political parties should be honing their strategies...

Trott Talk: Fable, fact or fiction?

When I was just a youngster, fables, allegories, parables, and fairy tales used to delight and occupy me for many a pleasant hour. Legends,...

From De Corner – What do you think about cricket in St. Kitts?

By Vernlyn Zakers The One Day International, West Indies versus India, takes place Tuesday at Warner Park. Here is what a number of high school...

Focus on Runako for India series

linton Swanston FOCUS ON RUNAKO FOR INDIA SERIES During the last two One Day International series versus New Zealand and Zimbabwe, West Indies were blessed with...

From De Corner – How do you rate customer service in St. Kitts?

By Vernlyn Zakers We experience it on a regular basis — bad customer service. Having recognised this, the St. Kitts Tourism Authority and the St. Kitts...

From De Corner – Impasse between the football association and the teams?

By Vernlyn Zakers The executive of the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association and three football teams are at an impasse concerning a playoffs series of five...

TROTT TALK

Chances seem very good right now, that the quest of independence for Nevis will be settled once and for all, some forty or perhaps...

TROTT TALK A LITTLE CONSIDERATION PLEASE!

Over the years, I have probably voiced my complaints about loud music more often than any other writer in the Federation of St.Kitts and...

Congrats to Runako, Our Latest Cricket Hero

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MOST RECENT CRICKET HERO, MR. RUNAKO MORTON. By: Rupert McDonald Byron I seize this opportunity of adding my quota of congratulations to...

On The Corner – How do you feel about the Greene Sex Scandal?

By Vernlyn Zakers Thousands of images of locals in engage in lewd sexual behavior are spreading through the community. Surprise, disgust and embarrassment are just some...

Nevis 2006 – (Part One)

With the year 2006 well underway, it occupies my mind as to where we’ve come from in the past and where we are today....

On The Corner – Who will run things in IHS Track & Field?

By Vernlyn Zakers Everyone would agree that this is the season for sports. Presently in the Federations, football, cricket, netball, basketball and even volleyball leagues are...

Carl Nisbett: Kuba does not get it

By Carl Nisbett Kuba Assegai did not like what I wrote about him in two articles published in both the Democrat and The Observer. He...

Leading from the front

About 12 years ago The Observer was established in Nevis, and it was then that the practice of fair and accurate journalism was born...

On The Corner: What do you think of International Women’s Day?

By Verlyn Zackers On Wednesday the Federation celebrated International Women's Day, which was established in 1977. It was a day when on all continents, often divided...

Who’s guarding this National Security guard?

There have been some questions and concerns raised about Kuba Assegai’s role within the Ministry of National Security. The questions include his fitness to...

The dawn of statehood in St. Kitta-Nevis-Anguilla

I have recently published this historical novel which I wrote in 1967 and 1968. I am pleased to announce that the book entitled...

Information technology for Nevis

By Everton “Swagga” Powell, aka Obi The growth of the information age increased in momentum in the early1990s, anchored by the explosion of the Internet,...

By D. Michael Morton

Today we come to pay our respects to CECIL NATHANIEL MOONLIGHT ROBERTS whose light will forever shine brightly in the annals of the political,...

On The Corner: Should citizens march to protest fuel surcharge?

The Observer asked people how they feel about a public march to protest the recent hike in the fuel surcharge on electricity . Joseph Ottley...

An imaginary inerview

By James Gaskell In my article printed on December 2nd 2005 I extended the offer of an interview with me to anyone putting himself or...