The Vincentian Students’ Association of Jamaica VINSA JA is again hosting its annual VINSA Week

 The Vincentian Students’ Association of Jamaica VINSA JA is again hosting its annual VINSA Week as part of activities to commemorate this country’s 41st anniversary of independence. Vice President of the Association Shanique Alleyne, says the activities will be held from October 25th to 31st and outlined the reason for hosting the week annually. Ms…. Continue Reading →

The St. Vincent Girls’ High School took the top position in the Lions Club St. Vincent South National Secondary Schools Public Speaking competition

Country Manager at FLOW St. Vincent Limited Wayne Hull has restated his Company’s commitment to support the Lions Club St. Vincent South National Secondary Schools Public Speaking competition. Speaking at the finals of the Competition last night, Mr. Hull said the corporate sponsorship to the event has been unbroken for over thirty years. President of… Continue Reading →

The process of selecting another National Hero here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is ongoing

The process to select individuals to be elevated to the status of National Hero here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is ongoing. The National Heroes Advisory Committee, which is chaired by Rene Baptiste, was appointed in October 2012 to manage this process. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed the view that George McIntosh,… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said despite the challenges of the COVID19 Pandemic his Government continues to implement developmental programs for ALL Vincentians

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said despite the challenges of the COVID19 Pandemic his Government continues to implement developmental programs for ALL Vincentians. Speaking at the opening of the 1.2 million EC dollar Theresa Jack Early Childhood Centre in Richland Park yesterday, the Prime Minister made reference to the situation in neighboring St. Lucia. Prime… Continue Reading →

St. Vincent and the Grenadines has recorded five new COVID-19 cases between Wednesday October 21 and Thursday October 22, 2020.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines recorded five new COVID-19 cases between Wednesday October 21 and Thursday October 22, 2020. A release from the Health Services Sub Committee says all five cases are travelers who arrived from the USA and Canada. Four of the new cases arrived from the USA with negative PCR results and tested… Continue Reading →

FRENCH VERANDAH/NATIONAL LOTTERIES AUTHORITY ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES COMMUNITY COLLEGE INVITATIONAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

The French Verandah/National Lotteries Authority St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Invitational Football Championship moves into its sixth day, today at the Sion Hill Playing Field. At 12:00 noon, Year One Arts, Sciences and General Studies will meet Teachers-Nursing Combined and at 1:15, Year One Technical and Vocational will play against St. Martins Secondary… Continue Reading →