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American Drug Trafficker Fined

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Positive Response To PWU Call Out

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Items filtered by date: February 2015

OPEN THE PIPE LINE LET JOBS FLOW, protesters beseech PM Mitchell

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We want jobs; we want jobs were the cries of protesters marching through the streets of St. George on Friday 19 as they illustrated their concerns on massive placards.

The protest march was organized by popular radio talk show host Kem Jones to complain about what he sees as the dismally poor performance of the Keith Mitchell led administration during their two years in office.

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Please do better at the vendors’ market!!!

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On Wednesday 18th a market vendor visited Informer’s office to alert us about a situation at the recently completed vendor’s market. According to the vendor, the old stalls were demolished and just left haphazardly, creating unsightly and possibly dangerous conditions in the midst of the newly constructed venue. 

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EDITORIAL: St. Kitts-Nevis Now-Who’s Next?

Two weeks ago citizens around the Caribbean held their collective breaths as things looked ominous there for a while in St. Kitts –Nevis.

Concerns were raised in the region over the failure of the Supervisor of Elections there Wingrove George to declare the results of the February 16 General Elections until two days afterwards.

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LIAT to axe over 150 workers

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The financially strapped regional airline, LIAT, has announced plans for a Voluntary Separation Package (VSEP) that could result in more than 150 employees being removed from the company’s payroll.

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FLETCHER SCORES CENTURY

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Andre Fletcher’s fifth first class century made headlines as Windward Islands Volcanoes kept Jamaica Franchise in the field all day at the Ar¬nos Vale Stadium. 

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Mt Parnassus Resident slapped with gun related charges

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A man from the village of Mt Parnassus in St Georges was placed on eight thousand dollars bail, by chief Magistrate Tamara Gill on Monday on charges that allegedly connects him to a weekend discovery by police of an unlicensed gun and six rounds of ammunition at his home in Mt Parnassus.

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