PHILIPSBURG -- Recently, Cooperating Foundations, a funding agency assisting non-governmental organisations (NGOs) with social project funding, presented checks to three different foundations.
PHILIPSBURG -- Three students of National Institute of Arts (NIA) and co-director Clara Reyes will be travelling to Curaçao today, Friday, to participate in the Dutch Caribbean Youth Art Festival.
PHILIPSBURG -- Philipsburg Jubilee Library and National Institute of Arts (NIA) have joined forces to stage their Summer Musical at Philipsburg Community and Cultural Centre Friday, July 25, and Saturday, July 26, at 7:00pm.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (NIA) -- Deputy Premier of Nevis and Minister of Tourism Hon. Mark Brantley has asked the public on Nevis to bear with the ongoing works at the Charlestown Waterfront on Samuel Hunkins Drive, as work continues apace with the ongoing beautification of the area.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (NIA) -- Premier of Nevis Hon. Vance Amory said he was hopeful that the Federal Government would heed the call of the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) for outside assistance with the investigation of the cause of the early morning fire on January 17, 2014, which gutted the Treasury Building in Charlestown and cited it would lay to rest any speculation.
PHILIPSBURG -- Education Minister Patricia Lourens-Philip and the National Organising Committee (NOC) for the Royal Visit presented one of the first educational packages "Royal Visit 2013" to Sister Borgia School on Wednesday.
ST. MICHAEL, Barbados (CDB) -- The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB)-funded XCD30 million (USD 11 million) water enhancement project on Nevis continues and contracts have been awarded for the three main parts of the venture.
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis (NIA) -- Principal Education Officer (PEO) in the Ministry of Education Mrs. Lornette Queeley-Connor urged the island’s teachers to commit towards the creation of a brighter future through quality education for the benefit of their students.