All posts by Colvin Harry

MR KENRICK MARKSMAN

MR KENRICK MARKSMAN better known as HAB-LAH of Rockies died on Wednesday August 28th at the age of 65.  The funeral takes place on Friday September 6th at the Kingstown Methodist Church.  The body lies at the church from 2:00 pm.  The service begins at 3:00 pm.  Burial will be at the Kingstown Cemetery.

Canouan to get first Secondary school in September

Students in Canouan who were successful in this year’s Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment {CPEA} will for the first time attend Secondary School in that Grenadine Island, from September this year. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says the Government will provide the facilities for the students to receive Secondary education at the beginning of the New… Continue Reading →

GECCU Scholarship and bursary recipients encouraged

Chairperson of the GECCU Scholarship Committee Dr. Mineva Glasgow has encouraged the 12 GECCU scholarship recipients and   135 bursary holders to use their rewards as a stepping stone to achieving greater things in life. During her welcoming remarks at the annual hosting of GECCU’s 17th scholarship and awards ceremony, Dr. Glasgow told the students that… Continue Reading →

National Prosecution Service (NPS) Launched by the office of the DPP

Local, Regional and International delegates gathered at the House  of Assembly this morning, for the official launch of the National Prosecution Service. The launch was hosted by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions DPP, with the theme: Speak up – it can be You Delivering remarks at this morning’s event, Acting Director of… Continue Reading →

Marriaqua District Health Team celebrating first anniversary

The Marriaqua District Health Team is celebrating its first year of existence with a week of activities which opened on Sunday with a Church Service at the Mesopotamia Gospel Hall. The activities continued yesterday with the distribution of medical supplies provided by Past Students of the St. Joseph’s Convent, Marriaqua, based in North America ·         … Continue Reading →