Premier Mark Brantley expresses concern on situation in Haiti, demands attention of CARICOM
Mark Brantley- Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, showed concern about the situation in Haiti and demanded the significant attention of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on the situation of the country.
Nevis: CCM candidates files nomination to contest election on December 12
Following the announcement of polls by Premier Mark Brantley, Nevis has witnessed the smooth processing of the nomination day on December 5, 2022. Various political leaders have stepped out to file their nominations and get ready to contest the elections on December 12, 2022.
Nevis: Premier Mark Brantley recounts accomplishments of CCM in past five years
Premier of Nevis- Mark Brantley, recounted the accomplishments and achievements of the Concerned Citizens Movement-led government in the past five years
One Movement Manifesto: PAM, CCM pledges to empower Youth with Big 10 agendas
One Movement announced their Youth Agenda to the Big 10 to empower Youth. From Youth Homeowners Grant to National Health Insurance Plan to Innovation Hub to National Youth Council to St Kitts and Nevis Performing Arts and Music Academy are the agendas and plans for the Youth.
Manifesto: PAM, CCM promises 5000 new jobs, $100 million dream fund, major plans for health sector
Under the "One Movement Manifesto", the People's Action Movement and Concerned Citizens Movement launched their joint manifesto, added that upon election, they would create 5000 jobs over the next five years with the goal of reducing unemployment by 50%.
Nevis conducts second annual white goods clean up initiative
Concerned Citizens Movement led Nevis Island Administration conducted its second annual white goods clean up initiative in collaboration with CCM St Paul's constituency group.
Premier Mark Brantley explains “why CCM” while seeking support from Nevisians
Premier of Nevis and the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Mark Brantley, sought the support of Nevisians to send them back to Basseterre to represent them that they are quite properly entitled to ask, "why CCM"?
Premier Mark Brantley marks construction of Paradise Beach Resort in Nevis
Premier of Nevis and the Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) Mark Brantley shared an update on the construction of the Paradise Beach Resort through his social media post.
“I plead guilty as CCM dared to stand up for our beloved Nevis,” says Mark Brantley
Concerned Citizens Movement, which has Nevis Island Administration launched its campaign for the Federal elections on May 21, 2022.
Mark Brantley lauds Charlestown Primary School for winning first-ever Relay Championships
As Charlestown Primary School won the first ever Relay Championships in St Kitts, wishes have been poured on them from across the federation