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Ras Iya wins. Rastas on St. Kitts-Nevis now have right to smoke ganja in privacy for religious purposes. St Kitts-Nevis High Court judge rules Rastafarians users of marijuana have right to smoke in privacy of their homes A High Court judge has ordered that the Drug Act of St Kitts and Nevis must be amended […]

Sri Lanka has banned face coverings in public, following a spate of suicide attacks on Easter Sunday that killed at least 250 people and injured hundreds. The Sri Lankan President said he was using an emergency law to impose the restriction from Monday. Any face garment which “hinders identification” will be banned to ensure security, […]

Work on the second phase of the John Compton Dam Rehabilitation Project, JCD02 – Dredging of the Reservoir and Transport of Sediment is set to begin in June 2019. The announcement was made by WASCO’s representatives, as well as the contractor for JCD02, VINCI Construction Maritime et Fluvial, who met with residents of Tete Chemin […]

At approximately 10:40 pm the fire service was called to put out a fire at Wilton’s Yard in Castries. However upon their arrival the structure where the fire started was completely a flame causing the fire to spread to another building like wildfire. The firemen were face with some difficulty with insufficient water. Also, The […]

The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of gasoline, diesel, kerosene and LPG 20, 22 and 100 lb cylinders has changed. The price changes take effect from Monday April 15, 2019: Gasoline increased from […]

European Union leaders have granted the UK a six-month extension to Brexit, after late-night talks in Brussels. The new deadline – 31 October – averts the prospect of the UK having to leave the EU without a deal on Friday, as MPs are still deadlocked over a deal. European Council President Donald Tusk said his […]

The city of Castries will soon be the focus of rehabilitative efforts with the announcement of the first phase of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project. The Castries Constituencies Council has announced the commencement of the first phase of the Castries Market Redevelopment Project.  Works are scheduled to commence within the next two weeks, with a […]

CARICOM statement on revised EU Blacklist of members of the Community On Tuesday, 12 March 2019, the European Union issued a revised list of countries purportedly not adhering to tax good governance which included five (5) Members of the Caribbean Community, Barbados, Belize Dominica, Trinidad and Tobago and Bermuda. Seven (7) other Members of the […]

The subject of regulation of parking within the city streets presented points for extended dialogue within the house of assembly, throughout the today’s senate sitting. Parking within the city of Castries will soon come at a cost to motorists. The Announcement formed part of comments delivered by Minister with responsibility for home affairs Hon Hermanguild […]

Prime Minister Allen Chastnet has outlined the outcome of recent conversations with US President Donald Trump as promising. Mr. Chastanet’s comments were made earlier today while addressing members of parliament at today’s sitting of the house of assembly, where he affirmed that the meet with the US President was in response to an individual invitation. […]

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