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Electoral Reform: It cannot be done ‘willy nilly’, says AG Basseterre, St. Kitts, 26th August 2016 ( – The process of electoral reform “must be done properly, fairly and transparently,” said Vincent Byron on Friday morning’s edition of ‘The People’s Voice’.
Major report on SIDF expected soon – Attorney General Basseterre, St. Kitts, 26th August 2016 ( – Forensic accounting investigations into the operations of the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation (SIDF) are continuing with a major report expected in about two weeks, said Attorney General Vincent Byron.
MPs ignite parliamentary quarrel forcing Speaker to warn both sides Basseterre, St. Kitts, 26th August 2016 ( - The administration of the payout of the compensation for displaced sugar workers became a talking point in the National Assembly on Tuesday, 23rd August.
A Church gets practical with parenting seminar for Saddlers Basseterre, St. Kitts, 26th August 2016 ( - A church in the rural village of Saddlers is hoping that its seminar targeting parents living in the community and other surrounding neighbourhoods will be of great benefit.
Guns and ammunition finds are result of proactive police strategies - COP Basseterre, St. Kitts, 25th August 2016 ( - On the heels of the discovery of two pistols and ammunition in Conaree, as well as the seizure of fake firearms, Police have expressed the view that the crime fight strategies being employed are yielding positive results
‘STEP – a step up on PEP’, Prime Minister tells parliament Basseterre, St. Kitts, 25th August, 2016 ( - Having cost the Government of St Kitts and Nevis almost $200 million, the People’s Empowerment Program (PEP), which was initiated by the then Labour administration, will in a few months become STEP (Skills Training and Empowerment Program).
National Assembly passes Passport and Travel Documents (Amendment) Bill Basseterre, St. Kitts, 25th August 2016 ( - The National Assembly on Tuesday (23rd August) passed the Passport and Travel Documents (Amendment) Bill, 2016, in a move to make clear that the responsibility for the processing and issuance of passports falls under the Ministry of National Security and the permanent secretary of that ministry, as the chief passport officer.
Opposition vehemently opposes amendment to Small Estates Bill Basseterre, St. Kitts, 24th August 2016 ( - Opposition members of parliament vehemently opposed the Small Estates Amendment Bill 2016, which was debated in the National Assembly on Tuesday, 23rd August.

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