Category: NIA

Performing Arts Centre Nears Completion

Minister of Culture in the Nevis Island Administration the Honourable Hensley Daniel

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 27, 2010) — Residents on Nevis will soon see the opening of the island’s own performing arts centre which, upon completion, is expected to seat approximately 400 persons.


Nevis Tourism Industry to soon benefit from premium beef

Some of the new livestock that will head to the government owned Abattoir late December. They are expected to deliver prime meats Nevis’ Tourism Industry

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 24, 2010) — The Tourism Industry on Nevis stands to soon benefit from a breeding programme at the Government owned farms that have successfully produced premium livestock. The disclosure came from a top Agriculture Official on Wednesday.


Boat Rescued…Community Applauded

M.V. Triumph rescues M.V. CindyR.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 22, 2010) — The Nevis Disaster Management Department [NDMD], the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, the Nevis Air and Seaport Authority and the captain and crew of the M.V. Triumph are among those being applauded this week for their assistance in Tuesday night’s rescue of the M.V. CindyR.



Nevis’ Agriculture staff commended for innovativeness; livestock quality improves

Minister of Agriculture in the Nevis Island Administration Hon. Robelto Hector with Overseer at the Indian Castle Livestock Farm Mr. Eugene “Brah” Maynard.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 24, 2010) — Minister of Agriculture on Nevis Hon. Robelto Hector, had words of praise for staff of the Department of Agriculture for their innovative work to improve the quality of livestock at the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) owned farms.



Stolen Goods Recovered…Police Applauded

Sergeant Alanzo Carty of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (September 23, 2010) — Televisions, stereo sets, digital video discs [DVD], air-condition units, speakers and refrigerators are among items recently recovered by members of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force following what has been described as “a spate of burglaries on Nevis.”


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