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Member States and Associate Members #

Twenty countries make up the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).Fifteen are full members and  five are  Associate Members.
The geographical boundaries of our Community stretch from The Bahama Islands in the north, southward to Guyana and Suriname – both on the north coast of the South American mainland. They also extend from Belize in the West on the Central American mainland to Barbados – the most easterly of the islands. Suriname defines the eastern boundary of the Community.


Track & Field St.Kitts-Nevis

SKN’S Jason Rogers and his winning 4 x 100m team from Racers last weekend at the ibson/McCook Relays in Jamaica.

The team set a world-leading 38.59 seconds.

Other members of the team included Jevaughn Minzie, Yohan Blake both of Jamaic and Zharnel Hughes of Great Britain.


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St.Kitts & Nevis Amateur Athletic Association(SKNAAA)

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Come on out to the Inaugural NIA (Nevis Island Assembly) Nevis High Schools Championships – March 11th – 12th 2017 at the ETW Park.
Participating Schools:
– Charlestown Secondary School
– Gingerland Secondary School
– Nevis International School

Big Track & Field meets we all look forward to…

MARCH 12- Nevis High Schools Championships
MARCH 25th – 26th: RAMS Primary School Championships
MARCH 31st – April 2nd: TDC Interschool Championships
APRIL 5th: GULF Insurance Nevis Primary Schools Championships


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The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force

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Saluting the Nine Constables nominated for “Constable of the Year”. Const. Carl Gordon, Const. Gleason Burke, Const. Etroy Jeffers, Const. Keith Pemberton, Const. Lennox Hodge, Constable Kennedy Stevens, Woman Const. Octavia Boyd, Const. Shayne James and Const. Kerran Nicholas. Here they are receiving Certificates of Recognition and other awards. All got great gifts on Saturday Night. Congrats Team Nevis, Keep Serving and Protecting.


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Traffic Notice

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts Traffic Notice– THE consistent increase in the number of vehicles hitting the roads of the Federation has resulted in the relevant authorities adding to the prefixes which are part of the registration numbers for privately-owned vehicles, and issuing a new one for government-owned vehicles.approved for private vehicles and ‘G’ for government vehicles

PB’ index approved for private vehicles and ‘G’ for government vehicles

March 6th, 2017, the licensing authority release which emanated from the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force advised that in addition to the ‘P’ and ‘PA’ indexes which are used, ‘PB’ has been approved for use on private vehicles. and “G” for government.

“Due to the steady increase in demand for new vehicle registration numbers, it has become necessary for new registration indexes to be introduced, to keep pace with the demands.

“The Minister of Transport has therefore approved new registration indexes “G” and “PB”, through the Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment of Sixth Schedule Order), S.R & O No. 2 of 2017.”

Registration numbers from P1 to P9999 and PA1 to PA9999 have all been issued to vehicles owners. The Traffic Department has already begun issuing registration numbers carrying the ‘PB’ prefix.

Traditionally, government-owned vehicles have carried registration numbers which begin with ‘P’ or ‘PA’ and according to information received from the Traffic Department, those numbers would be recalled and new numbers beginning with the ‘G’ index would be issued.

The new license plates for government vehicles would be white with black lettering while those for the privately-owned vehicles would remain black with white lettering.

The communique advised that, “Registration numbers are liable to be re assigned if the vehicle has not been licensed within twelve (12) months from the expiration of the last license. Please be guided.” Traffic notice