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SUSGREN BRAND

The Sustainable Grenadines Inc. (SusGren), after nine years of operation, will enhance its brand for 2019. The trans-boundary Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), functioning between St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada has made changes to its logo which has been for many years synonymous with endeavours to improve the environment and the people of the Grenadines…. Continue Reading →

AIA BANNER DISPLAY

The Argyle International Airport (AIA) will host a Banner Displays from next week in an effort to sensitize the public on Coastal Vulnerability and Mitigation in St. Vincent & the Grenadines. The AIA says it will collaborate with the University of Liverpool to have the banner displays with educational content regarding Coastal Vulnerability The displays… Continue Reading →

NORTH UNION SECONDARY ANNIVERSARY

The North Union Secondary School yesterday celebrated its’ 40th anniversary under the theme: 40 years of existence: generations of excellence.  The school, which now has a population of 400 students commenced the celebrations with a church service at the Streams of Power Church and continued with the unveiling of a banner and a tree planting… Continue Reading →

THEOBALDS ON 2018 NINE MORNINGS

Individuals and organisations involved in co-ordinating activities for the National Christmas and Nine Mornings Festival have been commended for their commitment over the years. The commendation came from Chief Cultural Officer, Anthony Theobalds, as he delivered remarks at the Prize Giving Ceremony hosted by the Nine Mornings Committee at the Memorial Hall last weekend. Mr…. Continue Reading →

SVGTU PRESS BRIEFING

Representatives of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Union (SVGTU) and the Public Service Union PSU, will be meeting with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves this week, to discuss a number of issues affecting their members. This was disclosed by President of the Teachers Union Wendy Bynoe, during a News Conference, hosted jointly by both… Continue Reading →