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Federation’s Top Cop calls for greater business sector partnership in the fight against crime

 

Commissioner of Police on St. Kitts and Nevis Mr. Austin Williams hands over the keys to the five new vehicles he received from Premier of Nevis Hon. Joseph Parry moments earlier to Commanding Officer of the Nevis Police Division Inspector Hilroy Brandy

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 14, 2010) — A call was made to the Federation’s business sector to partner with the Police, in their continued efforts to provide effective security and a safe working and living environment for the people of St. Kitts and Nevis.

 

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St. Johns Primary now the Elizabeth Pemberton Primary School

 

Deputy Premier and Minister responsible for Social Development on Nevis Hon. Hensley Daniel

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 08, 2010) — The Elizabeth Pemberton Primary School was the new name given to the St. Johns Primary School, in memory of Mrs. Elizabeth “Teacher Lizzy” Pemberton, a noted educator who had served the St. Johns Community before her passing. The unveiling ceremony took place at a moving ceremony at the Flats on March 29, 2010.

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Irrigation important to farming, say Nevis Agriculture Officials

 

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture on Nevis Dr. Kelvin Daly

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 06, 2010) — Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives Dr. Kelvin Daly singled out irrigation as the most limiting factor in any agricultural production system – livestock, fruits or vegetables.

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Nevis Cotton Farmers receive financial assistance from Japan

 

(L-R)The Nevis Sea Island Cotton Producers Co-operative President Mr. Winston Pinney receives grant cheque from Counsel and Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Japan in Trinidad and Tobago Mr. Kiyoshi Kateuchi while (seated L-R) Minister of Agriculture Hon. Robelto Hector and Director of Agriculture on Nevis Mr. Keithley Amory look on.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 01, 2010) — The Nevis Sea Island Cotton Producers Co-operative (NESICOPS) received US$97,046.00 from the Japan Grant Assistance for Grass Roots Human Security on Monday, for the establishment of a proper irrigation system for Sea Island Cotton production.

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