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Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantyley

Premier Mark Brantley attends opening of National Caribbean Insurance Nevis

Premier Brantley stressed that he continues to be encouraged at the level of investment taking place in Nevis. He assured that his CCM would always work tirelessly to expand the business on the island.

PAM, CCM promises to withdraw Prison Project after coming into power

Leaders from both parties- Shawn K Richards and Mark Brantley, held the media conference held yesterday, June 27 at St Kitts Marriott.

Nevis records unprecedented real estate sales: Premier Mark Brantley

The Cabinet of the Nevis Island Administration met with realtors on Nevis and conducted a discussion which is mainly based on the ways to make the purchase of real estate cheaper

“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.

Premier Mark Brantley attends Beauty Entrepreneurship Training Seminar to empower women 

In order to create sufficient and significant efforts and measures to strengthen, uplift and empower the women across the Nevis

CCM announces Nevis Culturama, shares update on Core events

Various festivals across the Nevis are very popular as people loved to enjoy the spectacular theme of the events. So continuing the series of the much-awaited events, the Concerned Citizens Movement announced the 48th edition of Nevis Culturama and also expressed pleasure to celebrate the event.

Premier Mark Brantley congratulates Charlestown School for winning Relay Championship 

Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley extended warm greetings to Charlestown Primary School for securing an incredible victory in the first ever Ram's Primary School Relay Championship

Timothy Harris set to become first ever PM in history to lose motion of no confidence: Brantley

Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley condemned the decision to the suspension of six parliament members. Premier was also among as he lost his position as Minister of Foreign Affairs. 

Premier Brantley expresses sadness at loss of life by Cuba Hotel explosion

Premier of Nevis and Leader of Concerned Citizens Movement Mark Brantley expressed his deep sadness at the loss of life and injuries caused by the explosion at the Hotel Saratoga in Havana, the capital of Cuba

Nevis celebrates mothers, Premier Brantley extends greetings on Mother’s Day

On the special occasion of Mother's Day and in order to honour the mothers across the Nevis, Concerned Citizens Movement led Nevis Island Administration organized a special event at the Malcolm Guishard Recreational Park on Sunday, May 8, 2022.

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