All posts by Abigail Haynes


An Ecumenical Service was held at the Hope For Life Restoration Ministries in Arnos Vale, yesterday, to signal the start of activities to observe Teachers Solidarity Week. The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers’ Union is hosting activities from November 11 to 17, under the theme: The Right to Education Means the Right to a… Continue Reading →


The Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) will mount a National Exhibition here today. The Intelligent Bus Management and Monitoring System Project Exhibition which will be held at the NIS Conference Facility from ten this morning. The aim of the EDRMS is to exchange memos digitally between government agencies using the Public Key Infrastructure… Continue Reading →


Outstanding Contributors to this country’s Tourism Product will be recognized by the Ministry of Tourism at an Awards Ceremony slated for December 1st. The event, to be held at Grenadines House will culminate activities to observe Tourism Month under the theme “Tourism is Everyone’s Business: Live it, Love it, Embrace it”. Communications Officer at the… Continue Reading →


A new set of steel pans valued at more than $90,000.00, will Be handed over tomorrow to Epic Sounds of Calliaqua, the latest Pan Side to be established here. The Steel Pans will be presented to the group by the Pan Against Crime Committee, at a Concert, to be staged at the Calliaqua Hard Court,… Continue Reading →


Local Hoteliers met here this week with the Product Development Manager at Air Canada Vacations Rose Gonzalez. Miss Gonzalez, who was accompanied on her visit by Shelley John, Director of Sales at the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Office in Toronto Canada, also conducted property and site visits during her stay. In her presentation… Continue Reading →


The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, ECCB, Timothy Antoine has written to Minister of Finance, Camillo Gonsalves, in relation to the challenges which small Traders from St. Vincent and the Grenadines face in conducting business in Trinidad and Tobago. Mr. Antoine said the ECCB has arrived at a two-pronged solution with the Central… Continue Reading →