Yesterday afternoon, Green Hill defeated Roxdale 4-2 in Group “B” ofthe St. Vincent Brewery National Football Club Championship at the Campden Park Playing Field. In another match at the Brighton Playing Field, Sparta F.C sealed a 2-1 win over Striker Force, while in the Premier Division today at Victoria Park, Largo Height will clash with… Continue Reading →
In the VITA Malt Richland Park Netball Championship, VUL-TE-REZ defeated 3Js Valley Strikers 25-21 yesterday afternoon at the Hard Court of the Richland Park Government School. At the same venue, Country Meets Town V-Sports Youth will play against Bruce Law Chambers Netball Team at 5:30, this afternoon.
In Group “B” First Division of the St. Vincent Brewery National Football Club Championship, Sharpes F.C and Hill View played to a one all draw yesterday afternoon at the Campden Park Playing Field. Also, in the 1st Division yesterday, Greggs F.C secured a 3-2 victory over Owia United in Group “A” at the Sion Hill… Continue Reading →
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting incident that occurred in Paul’s Avenue, at about 11:30pm on Monday. According to preliminary reports a 43-year old Labourer of Paul’s Avenue, was shot twice by a masked gunman. The complainant received gunshot injuries to his abdomen and leg and was rushed to the Milton Cato Memorial… Continue Reading →
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is preparing to host over 350 civilians, military and police personnel from across the region, during Phase-Two of the 2019 Trade Winds Exercise. Phase 2 of Trade Winds 2019 will be held here from June 14th to 20th, while the Dominican Republic will host the first phase. Assistant Superintendent of… Continue Reading →
Vincentians have been assured that the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, ECCB will be taking steps to ensure that the new Polymer Bank Notes which will soon be in circulation, do not have an adverse effect on the natural environment. This assurance was given Director of the Currency Management Department of the ECCB, Rosbert Humphrey. Mr…. Continue Reading →