Nevis Premier proud of Special Olympian’s achievements


Premier of Nevis Hon Joseph Parry greeting the Special Olympians outside his Bath Plain office. The students were accompanied by Special Education Teacher Mrs. Liburd (seated centre right). Cabinet Secretary Mr Ashley Farrell (far right) looks on

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (March 02, 2010) — Chants of “Go Special Ed Go” echoed through the streets of Charlestown on Monday, when the students of the Special Education Unit on Nevis, showed off their 11 member medal winning 2010 Latin America Games Special Olympians. The Special Athletes were part of a motorcade described by Nevis Premier Hon. Joseph Parry as well deserving.


Premier discusses politics, geothermal and crime on CMC’s Newsmakers


Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry, on the set of Newsmakers. He was the Host of Kaymar Jordan.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH, 2010) — Politics, geothermal energy and crime were a few of many issues the Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry discussed on a pre recorded interview for the Caribbean Media Cooperation’s (CMC) Newsmakers with host Kaymar Jordan earlier this week in Barbados.


Premier of Nevis meets with St. Kitts/Nevis students at UWI, Cave Hill Campus


Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry and UWI student from St. Kitts, Mr. Nicoyan Jones

(Charlestown,Nevis–Thursday, February 25th, 2010) Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry returned to Nevis this week from Barbados, where he met with St. Kitts/Nevis students who are attending the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. The meeting was one of several engagements during his visit to Barbados, among them a television interview with Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) and an interview with well-known Barbadian radio host, Mr. David Ellis.


Premier celebrates Black History Month with CSS Students


Premier of Nevis and former History Teacher Hon. Joseph Parry lectures Charlestown Secondary School Students on local black history

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 23, 2010) —In celebration of Black History Month of February, students and Teachers of Charlestown Secondary School received a history lecture from the Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry at the lobby of the Sixth Form College on Monday. (more…)

Federation’s AG attends first overseas assignment


Attorney General in St. Kitts and Nevis Hon. Patrice Nisbett

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (February 23, 2010) — New Attorney General of St. Kitts and Nevis Hon. Patrice Nisbett will leave the Federation for Brazil on Tuesday, on his first overseas appointment since he took up office just over two weeks ago.


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