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  • Airlines increase fares to Caribbean just WEEKS after Chancellor announces tax cut on flights to the holiday islands
    British Airways confirmed that it has added £10 to ticket prices to six destinations - Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago and Kingston in Jamaica.

  • Top 10 attractions in St Kitts
    Explore a mighty fortress, climb a (dormant) volcano, ride a narrow gauge railway with superlative views … Little St Kitts offers a surprising wealth of sights and activities Mount Liamuiga and Black Rocks Not for the faint-hearted or the unfit, the steep hike to the crater of dormant volcano Mount Liamuiga rewards walkers with great views of neighbouring islands from St Kitts' highest point, at ...

  • Top 10 restaurants and beach shacks in St Kitts
    From grilled lobster to Cajun grouper and steamed snapper there are great dishes to enjoy on St Kitts - and, if you head to one of these local restaurants, at great prices, too Sprat Net, Old Road Fish and lobster don't come any fresher than at this local-to-the-bone establishment in Old Road, the first British settlement in the Caribbean. That's because the proprietors are among the island's ...

  • Crime Falls 62 Percent In St Kitts-Nevis Thanks To Public Cooperation - Police
    BASSETERRE (St Kitts), April 15 (BERNAMA-NNN-SKNIS) -- Crime in the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis decreased 62.4 percent in March 2014 when compared to the same period last year, according to figures obtained from the Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force.

  • Athletes need to man up: Collins on Powell
    London, April 12 (IANS/CMC) Veteran St. Kitts and Nevis sprinter Kim Collins believes athletes who test positive for banned substances need to "man up" instead of resorting to excuses. The former World Champion, now in the twilight of his career, said it was important that athletes took responsibility for their actions, similar to what British sprinter Dwain Chambers did after his failed drug ...

  • Surprising silver-lining for former Stingray
    Trail’s Martin Gonzalez won silver at an international open-water race in the Caribbean last month.

  • Second netball win for Barbados
    BARBADOS HAVE WON THEIR second straight match at the Caribbean Netball Association Jean Pierre Tournament in Antigua. Earlier tonight, Barbados defeated St Vincent and the Grenadines 30-20. Shakeillia Smith scored 19 goals from 28 attempts, captain Sheniqua Thomas ten from 20 and Alyssa Bynoe the other. For St Vincent, Khady Williams was very accurate, scoring all 20 goals from 22 attempts ...

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    The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis has recalled the process that the territory has gone through, under an International Monetary Fund assisted program, to turn the territory's mammoth deficit into a surplus.

  • PM Douglas tells Caribbean magistrates societies are changing
    BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, APRIL 3 RD 2014 (CUOPM) – With changes in the societies in the Caribbean and around the world, it is imperative that the magisterial profession is up to the challenges.

  • U-16 netballers leave for Antigua
    A 12-member T&T Under-16 netball team will leave Piarco International Airport for St John’s Antigua via LIAT flight LI 308 from 5.45am today where they will compete in the Caribbean Netball Association Jean Pierre Youth (Under-16) Netball Championships from Friday until Sunday April 3-13.