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St Kitts and Nevis: Leader of Opposition meets British High Commissioner

Scott Furssedonn-Wood, the British High Commissioner to the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis, met with Dr Denzil L. Douglas, the Leader of the Opposition.

Celebrations for Queen Elizabeth’s 70 year on the throne have begun

Queen Elizabeth welcomed local community groups to her Sandringham residence in the East of England to kick off celebrations for the 70th anniversary of her ascension to the British monarchy.

UK golden visa tumbling because of lax in due diligence

The UK Investor Visa programme is now on the verge of rebuilding because of its lack of background checks on applicants.

PM Harris, UK High Commissioner Scott Furssedonn-Wood holds bilateral talks

Dr Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, held brief but productive bilateral talks with Scott Furssedonn-Wood, Non-resident High Commissioner of the United Kingdom (UK) to St. Kitts and Nevis, on Wednesday, February 02, 2022.

Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis, Malta provides best due diligence, says Financial Times

The government authorities of Dominica, Malta and St Kitts and Nevis has put their whole focus on the due-diligence process of the Citizenship by Investment Programmes.

Dominica will have its Geothermal power plant by 2023: Dr Vince Henderson

The Government of Dominica has ensured the island's people that the nation will have its own geothermal power plant by the end of 2023.

Value of mansions at Wentworth Estate to jump double by 2025

"If Money can't buy happiness, then why it is so fabulous", It takes guts for one to live a high and flamboyant life. Very few people can actually taste what it feels like to live life like the king size.

A special team visits Dominica to review UK Aid investments

A special team led by Development Director for the Caribbean, Stefan Kossoff and Climate Change Team leader Richard Carter visited several sites across Dominica to review the investments made by United Kingdom Aid (UKAID) to help the country fight the climate change.

Queen Elizabeth cannot attend CoP26 due to poor health

Buckingham Palace stated that Her Majesty had decided not to travel CoP26 at Glasgow

PM Skerrit calls developed world to take tangible actions against Climate Change

PM Skerrit stated the conference must take some serious and tangible steps to tackle climate change

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