By Sir Ronald Sanders       High-tide flooding is set to become an every-other-day affair in coastal areas along the Gulf of Mexico and the East Coast of the United States of America by the year 2100.  It will also fatally harm the countries of the Caribbean.  As […]

The Caribbean: Facing a Fatal Fate

When The Sweetest Mango was released 17 years ago, becoming the first indigenous feature film from the Eastern Caribbean, the creators hosted independent screenings in cinemas and auditoriums so audiences could experience an Antiguan movie on the big screen. Now you can watch this Caribbean classic on your favourite device […]

Caribbean Movie Classic, The Sweetest Mango Premieres on StudioAnansi.TV

  Media Release   Antigua and Barbuda now has visa-free entry to 136 countries following the signing in Washington DC today of an abolition of visa requirements between Antigua and Barbuda and the Ukraine. The agreement was signed at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington by Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to […]

Antigua and Barbuda now has visa free entry to 136 ...

 By Sir Ronald Sanders               The decision by the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, to refer the 51-year old contention between Guyana-Venezuela to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) should be welcomed by all nations, particularly those in Latin America and the Caribbean. The peaceful […]

Ending 50 years of Venezuela and Guyana contention

  History & Heritage Month, Programme of Activities St. Kitts Official Launch Wednesday, 31st January, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. by The Prime Minister Launch Ceremony Thursday, 1st February, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. Matheson House Thursday, 1st February, 2018 Launch of High School Writing Competition Thursday, 15th February, 2018 Deadline for […]

History & Heritage; A conduit for ‘full’ Emancipation

Those of you who are familiar with the successful Terminator series of films staring Arnold Schwarzenegger, would recognise the quote “Old but not obsolete”. It comes from the last Terminator Genisys film, staring an aging Schwarzenegger who would often remind a youthful John Connor that “I’m old but not obsolete”. […]

Ham Radio Tech, “Old but Not Obsolete” in St. Kitts-Nevis

    Russell Williams   Weeks after the record breaking devastating hurricanes Irma and Maria, cut through the Caribbean leaving their indelible mark of destruction, the fortunate inhabitants of islands that escaped the tempests will continue feel their impact in other ways well into next year.

Hurricanes Irma and Maria Delay Number Portability in ECTEL States

Training Workshop for Judges and Magistrates of OECS Member States   An effective Juvenile Justice System requires ongoing training of the professionals in the system –a view supported by the and the Beijing Rules.   In this effort, the Judicial Education Institute (JEI) of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court is […]

Getting “Smart” on Juvenile Justice

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria we were reminded of the valuable service provided by the group of volunteers known as Ham Radio enthusiasts or Amateur Radio Operators to give them their full title. Ham Radio Provide Essential Service in Disasters While the more modern communications methods such […]

Amateur Radio Moving Forward in St. Kitts-Nevis

  LIFELINES   “LifeLines is a monthly column dedicated to addressing issues of mental, behavioural, and social health. The column appears monthly, and is written by professionals in the field of social work, mental health, and community medicine“. The St. Kitts Mental Health Association (SKMHA) celebrates World Mental Health Day […]

Mental Health in the Workplace