Arnhim Eustace : NDP Will Make Good On The Promise Made To Pay 2.5 Percent Salary Increase To Public Servants

President of the Opposition New Democratic Party (NDP), Arnhim Eustace stated that the NDP will be looking at creative ways to make sure citizens of this country enjoy a better standard of living. Mr. Eustace gave the assurance while addressing supporters at a Meeting in Sandy Bay last Sunday. According to Mr. Eustace, the livelihood… Continue Reading →

The Traditional Lighted Street Parade Will March Off This Sunday

The 17th annual Nine Morning Launching Parade will kick off this Sunday under the theme: Celebrating the Reason for the Season. The traditional lighted street parade will march off at 6:00 p.m., proceeding from Heritage Square, down Bay Street, on to Higginson Street, on to Back Street, and ending at Heritage Square with a big… Continue Reading →

Girls High School and the Barrouallie Technical Institute Face Off In Drama Finals

Drama Development Officer in the Ministry of Culture, Martin Quashie said this year’s Secondary School’s Drama Festival has been a resounding success thus far. Mr. Quashie said the presentations this year were very good and this is a positive development for the Performing Arts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Preliminary rounds of the… Continue Reading →

World AIDS Day Week

The Ministry of Health will be hosting activities this week to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS, in the lead up to World AIDS Day which will be observed on December 1. The activities will be held from Wednesday November 25 to Tuesday December 1, 2015, under the theme ‘Getting to ZERO’, with the local… Continue Reading →