The Sports fraternity of St Vincent and the Grenadines was thrown into mourning yesterday after the death of former St Vincent and the Grenadines and West Indies Netballer, Joanne Ballantyne at the age of 55. Ballantyne lost her fight with cancer just about 1:00 yesterday afternoon, and died quietly at her home in Frenches. She… Continue Reading →
SVG General Services Maple defeated C and W Construction Star Girls 18-15 yesterday afternoon, in the Joyce Frank 3rd Division of the FLOW National Netball Championships at the Kingstown Netball Centre in New Montrose. Island Blends Maple were also in winner’s row yesterday, beating Cash Wiz Green Hill Sports Club 56-39 in the Marlene Arthur… Continue Reading →
Yesterday afternoon, in Group A of the Coreas Distribution/COMSPORT/Extreme FM Top Belair Progressive Organisation Seven-A-Side Football Championship, Catalans defeated COMSPORT Larva 7-1 at the Dauphine Playing Field. This afternoon’s match at 4:30, will be between COMPUTEC Blend Older Boys and Young Gunners in Group B at the same venue.
Year Two Arts, Sciences and General Studies dominated the Male and Female Categories of yesterday’s QuickCash St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College 6-leg Road Relay. The male team of Javiel Saxon, Simeon Greene, Khanroy Marshall, Troy Archibald, Arnel Horne and Kareem Harry, won the Male Division in the record time of 48 minutes, 54.47 seconds,… Continue Reading →
A two-day workshop entitled “Resilient Urban Development of the Modern City and Kingstown” will be held here from tomorrow, as the Government moves ahead with plans to make Arnos Vale the next city in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The workshop will focus on two key areas: the revitalization of Kingstown and the development of… Continue Reading →
Twenty women from Byera and surrounding communities are currently benefitting from a three-month skills training project at the Bysave Community Centre. The training programme is being co-ordinated by Vinsave and its subsidiary Byesave Organisation, with funds from the Australian High Commission in Trinidad and Tobago’s Direct Aid Programme (DAP). The women are learning to make… Continue Reading →
Public Servants are today discussing Occupational Health and Safety at a two day workshop organized by the Ministry of Housing and Lands, which opened at the Ministry’s conference room yesterday. The workshop is focusing primarily at the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2017. Participants are drawn from the Ministry of Housing, the Ministry of Transport… Continue Reading →