Opposition Leader challenges Premier Amory’s statement on Social Security $70M debt write-off

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  Former Prime Minister and Opposition Leader the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas has challenged statements made by Nevis’ Premier...

During Independence presentation Prime Minister vows to defeat lawlessness, reverse violent crime trends

By Dave Kaiser While the Federation has done reasonably well since becoming independent, increasing crime has held back economic development, Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable...

Junior sugar boys thump St. Lucia to record friendly victory

By Staff Writer Togetherness and maturity were the words used by head coach of the St. Kitts and Nevis football team, Anthony Isaac to described...

Three Cases Of Zika Confirmed

By Staff Writer Three cases of the Zika Virus have been confirmed in the Federation and Minister of Health The Hon. Eugene Hamilton is calling...

Dr Douglas questions reason for RSS presence in St. Kitts and Nevis

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  A contingent from the Regional Security System (RSS) is currently in St. Kitts and Nevis on request by Prime...

Geothermal drilling project preparations to begin soon

By Monique Washington The Premier of Nevis the Hon. Vance Amory announced on Thursday during the 10th Annual Consultation on the Economy that Nevis Renewable Energy...

Second Cruise Pier Coming Soon

By Staff Writer The Government is targeting year-end as the time to begin construction on the heralded second cruise pier after receiving a report from...

16-year-old shot dead weeks before graduation

By Monique Washington Last night, at about 8:02 p.m. the sounds of gunshots echoed in the village of Rawlins. When the dust cleared a 16-year-old Hanley’s Road...

leaders of member states reject leader of opposition’s call for denying support of RSS...

Press Release Basseterre, St. Kitts, September 21, 2016 (SKNIS)—Prime Minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris, has said that...

Bank of Nevis awards three students Sir Simeon Daniels Scholarship

By Monique Washington “What man has done, man can do,” were sound words from the late Right Excellent Sir Simeon Daniels’ widow Sheila Daniel said...

Double salary for Premier Amory and Deputy Brantley not unconstitutional…says PM Harris

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  Once again, the issue of double salary being paid to Nevis’ Premier the Hon. Vance Amory and his Deputy,...

US$160 million hotel project planned in St. James – Funds already secured

By Monique Washington A public hearing was held last Thursday to discuss the development of a new branded international hotel valued at US$160,000,000 will open...

Premier Amory says Team Unity aims to change culture of graft, handouts and corruption

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer Nevis’ Premier and Leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM), the Hon. Vance Amory declared that the objective...

Of 25 planned hotel projects,only 20 percent started

By Monique Washington A number of new hotel, villa and condominium developments have been planned in Nevis in the past five years, but out of...

SKN- U20 team looking to make light work of St. Lucia in international friendly

Seeking to achieve goals before regional tournament in October By Staff Writer The Federation’s male Under-20 football team wants to put in a good performance in...

Gun-toting bandits rob ice cream van; three robberies occurred in 24 hours

By Monique Washington   Two gun-toting bandits, one 6-feet 2-inches, the other 5- feet, 2-inches, were still on the loose on Wednesday after they pulled over...

Minister Liburd: Federation seeing benefits from host a number of regional renewable energy...

By Staff Writer Minister of Energy the Hon. Ian Liburd is pushing regional conferences and training workshops in renewable energy to benefit St. Kitts and...

Ministry of Social Development looking to continue Community Development programmes.

By Staff Writer Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Social Development Janelle Lewis has disclosed that her Ministry is looking at ways to further enhance...

Four Seasons not closing, public relations director claims rumors are baseless

By Monique Washington Rumors that the Four Seasons Resort Nevis is closing during the slow tourist season are false according to Harrison Liu, director of...

Body found in hills still not identified, murder confirmed

By Monique Washington The body found in the Fahie Hills in Newton Ground on July 29 has still not been positively identified, but the cause of death has...

New SKN director of public prosecution approved

By Monique Washington Valston Graham has been approved as the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) in St. Kitts and Nevis, according to Attorney General Vincent...

Man charged with son’s manslaughter on EC$100,000 bail

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  After being on remand in excess of 20 months for allegedly killing and dismembering his 13-day-old son, Prince Yaweh...

Education official: Teacher shortage will not be filled overnight

By Monique Washington The school year began Sept. 5, but some classes will be without teachers for a while, according to Palsey Wilkins, Principal Education...

Government to budget for sending participants to CARIFESTA 2017

By Staff Writer Look out CARIFESTA 2017 -- St. Kitts and Nevis are coming! While the government came up sort of funds to have a delegation present...

PM Harris rubbishes rumour of 40% cutback on Social Security Pension Benefits

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer  Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris has debunked the rumour of a 40% cutback on Social Security benefits...

Astaphan rebukes Opposition Leader on incendiary protest language

By LR Liburd The St. Kitts-Nevis Observer While Opposition Leader the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil Douglas has indicated his political party’s plan of launching protest actions...

St. Thomas Parish community festival slated Sept. 11-19

By Monique Washington After a nine year slumber, the St. Thomas Parish Festival will take place Sept. 11-19, featuring a Teen Queen Pageant, Calypso Show,...

Sugarfest postponed

The project manager of the St. Kitts Eco-Park has advised The Observer that the Sugar Fest scheduled for Sat. Sept. 10 has been postponed...

Barnaby youth attacked with machete

By Monique Washington  A young man from Barnaby is recovering from surgery after an irate BrickKlin bus driver attacked him with a machete earlier this...

Cousin finds retired Assistant Police Commissioner Mills’ body, autopsy planned

By Monique Washington Former Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force Assistant Commissioner Clayton Mills body was found early Wednesday morning at his home in...