Planning Law

Planning Law By Paul Lawrence Planning Law is practised throughout the whole world in order to ensure that the development and various forms of...

The Law And You: Perjury And False Declarations

Last week, we dealt with aiders, abettors, suborners and false statements with reference to marriage, births and deaths, which are all offences that...

PAM Blames Douglas For Future Fuel Hikes

By Stanford Conway The Observer Chairman of the People's Action Movement (PAM) and shadow minister of Agriculture, Housing and Land, Chesley Hamilton said that Prime Minister...

The SKN-Australian Relationship

By Stanford Conway The Observer Australian High Commissioner to the CARICOM region John Michell said he wanted to profile his country in the Caribbean and assured...

Nevis Football Kicks Off At Grove Park

By Jaedee Caines The Observer Nevis’ league football gets underway this weekend, said newly elected president of the Nevis Football Association (NFA), Raybo Smith. In a...

Female Basketball Finals Begin This Weekend

The Renee Diguilio end of summer female league is expected to come to an exciting end this weekend as the NATBANK SKABA female league...

Can Village Superstars Do It Again?

By Celeste Hull The Observer Still fresh in the memory of Kittitian fans is the final amazing game between the Village Superstars FC and Elco St....

Steps to Christ

They will be intelligent and fervent. There will be more constant confidence in Jesus, and a daily, living experience in His power to save...

NYC Must Be The Voice Of The Nation’s Youth

By Stanford Conway The Observer After some 10 years of dormancy the St. Kitts National Youth Council, under a new name - Sugar City Youth In...

Panamanian Vessel Catches Fire

By Trisha La Place The Observer A Panamanian vessel, more than 650 feet long, caught fire last Sunday in the federation’s territorial waters. The Maritime Rescue Co-ordination...

MV Mark Twain Detained – Fails Safety Inspection

By Trisha La Place The Observer The Department of Maritime Affairs has detained the MV Mark Twain for failing to pass safety inspections. According to a media...

Defence Force’s Top Gun

By Stanford Conway The Observer It is time to meet the commander of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force, Lt. Col. Patrick Wallace. Do you know...

Defence Force’s Top Gun

By Stanford Conway The Observer It is time to meet the commander of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force, Lt. Col. Patrick Wallace. Do you know...

ICC Reveals Opportunities for Cricket Stakeholders

By Stanford Conway The Observer Local core stakeholders and small businesses will have a piece of the pie when four teams, including world champions Australia, play...

Heavy Rains Send Home Students

By Jaedee Caines The Observer Events were cancelled, roads were blocked, ghauts were overflowing but none of this came close to the drama that unfolded at...

SCASPA Establishes Airport Project Management Committee

Linkon Maynard, chairman of the board for the St. Christopher Air & Sea Ports Authority, has announced the establishment of an Airport Project Management...

Two Dead, One Hospitalised in Road Accident

By Stanford Conway The Observer A father and daughter died last Monday in St. Kitts and one man hospitalised following a traffic accident involving two cars...

A Piece Of The Federation In Brazil

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Overweight – A Very Heavy Problem

By Dr. Franz Browne Why weight control? If you weigh 10% more than you should. It can be detrimental to your health. 20% more,...

Front Page 14th Oct 2005

Reggae Explosion Blasts Spotlight

By Jaedee Caines The Observer The popular Nevisian night spot, Spotlight Night Club came alive last weekend with the ‘St. Kitts-Nevis Reggae X-plosion’ on Friday. The...

Tuck Een Yuh Belly This Weekend

By Suelika N. Buchanan The Observer T.N.O Sounds has reloaded and is now new and improved. Members of T.N.O have matured and have now taken on the...

Pre-Halloween Party For Oasis

By Suelika N. Buchanan The Observer Live Wire Promotions in conjunction with Tombstone International and Energetic International will host a “Fearless” Pre-Halloween party at Oasis Sports...

Gem Rave To Hit St. Kitts

By Suelika N. Buchanan The Observer The Gem Family Rave will once again return to St. Kitts. Gem Radio plans to host Nov. 6 a beach bashment...

Editorial

Always Obey The Highway Code The tragic death of a father and daughter last Monday puts a bright spotlight on the importance of safe driving...

The Nevis-Taiwan Connection: Why The Disparate Treatment?

By Everson W. Hull, Ph.D. Econ. Last week’s commentary page of the Democrat newspaper issued a scathing criticism of the President of Taiwan’s visit to St....

Constance Baker Motley: A Woman Of Substance

By James Gaskell Even in England it is hard to leave Nevis behind. My son at Leeds University is trying to make contact with...

The Law: Perjury Carries Serious Consequences

Bt Stanford Conway The Observer In our last discussion of Perjury, we dealt primarily with inconsistent or contradictory statements and also with some of the terms...

Fuel and Power Prices to Increase

By Stanford Conway The Observer Prime Minister (PM) Denzil Douglas said the Government could not continue to subsidise fuel at its current cost and plans were...

Digicel launches new phone service

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter Digicel has launched its new phone service called Join the Freeness With Digicel starting with immediate effect from March 1,...