All posts by Hayon King

LIAT Shareholder Meetings scheduled for next week

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has announced that the Shareholder Governments of the regional airline LIAT, are expected to hold a meeting next week. Speaking on NBC Radio this week, Dr. Gonsalves said the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne has written to the LIAT Shareholder Governments requesting a meeting to discuss his… Continue Reading →

Vincy Mas in the spotlight at Baltimore Carnival this weekend

The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) said it has partnered with the Baltimore One Caribbean Carnival Committee in the United States, to further promote the Vincy Mas Brand. Marketing and Development Officer at the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC), Ezworth Roberts said even though Vincy Mas 2020 had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, they… Continue Reading →

PRISPAF : A platform for promoting latent talent.

Co-ordinator of the Primary Schools Performing Arts Festival (PRISPAF), Martin Quashie said they want to reach every corner of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to develop and promote the latent talents of the Nation’s children. He made this statement during the 2020 Awards Ceremony for the Primary Schools Performing Arts Festival (PRISPAF), held at the… Continue Reading →

Groups established by NEMO to manage satellite warehouses.

The Groups which have been established to manage the Satellite Warehouses located in communities across the country, are expected to meet regularly to assess their state of readiness for a natural disaster. That’s according to Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) Michelle Forbes. Miss Forbes said teams of five or six persons from… Continue Reading →


Bruno Fernandes inspired Manchester United to another impressive English Premier League Football victory and deepened Aston Villa’s relegation worries with a 3-nil win yesterday at Villa Park in London. The other goals were scored by Mason Greenwood and Paul POG-BA. Manchester United continued their impressive recent run, extending their unbeaten streak to 17 games in… Continue Reading →


The Asian Cricket Council is contemplating a window in June 2021 to hold the Asia Cup while announcing yesterday that the tournament, which was scheduled to be held in September this year, has been postponed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Asian Cricket Council also announced that the Pakistan Cricket Board, which was supposed to… Continue Reading →