The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is advising the public that the information regarding the waiver of US Visa for St. Vincent and the Grenadines is false and that all Vincentians seeking to travel to or through the United States of America MUST obtain the requisite Visa to do so. The Ministry is referring to the… Continue Reading →
Several aspects of this country’s readiness to respond to natural disasters are being tested as Phase two of Exercise Tradewinds 2019 officially commenced at the E. T. Joshua Airport Tarmac. The exercise was launched yesterday with a total of nineteen participating countries. As part of the Tradewinds Exercise, the National Emergency Management Organisation is conducting… Continue Reading →
Three women are among forty Ragga and Soca Artistes who have been selected to compete in the Soca Monarch Semifinals which is scheduled for Saturday June 22nd at the Solidarity Car Park Inc. commencing at 8:00 p.m. The Ragga Soca Semifinalists are: Hance John Chewalee Johnson Delroy ‘Fireman’ Hooper Cleo ‘Cleopatra’ Hendrickson Shernelle ‘Skarpyan’ Williams… Continue Reading →
22 Caypsonians have been chosen to compete in the National Calypso Semi-finals, slated for Friday 28th June at the Victoria Park commencing at 8:00 p.m. The Semi-Finalists were announced, following the completion of the preliminary judging last night. They are: Dynamites Calypso Tent Lornette ‘Fya Empress’ Nedd John ‘D Truth’ Dougan Dennis Bowman Errol ‘D Man… Continue Reading →
16-Teams will take part in two Zones of the 2019 Hairoun Diamonds Football Championship which will get underway on Sunday at the Diamonds Playing Field. The Opening Ceremony will witness the usual Parade of the competing teams and will hear addresses from Government and Sports Officials, to be followed by a Women’s friendly match between… Continue Reading →
Yesterday afternoon, in the Kirk Da Silva/St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation/Expose SVG Marriaqua Village Football Championships, Hill 16 outplayed Fair Hall beating them, 11-2 at the Cane End Playing Field. The Championships have been suspended until Sunday to make way for the P’tani Carnival.
This year’s Programme for Olympic Week will open with a Church Service at the Kingstown Baptist Church on Sunday and will conclude with a Cycle Road Race on 23rd June. On 19th June, there will be broadcasts of Messages by the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach and President of the… Continue Reading →