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RADIOTHON FOR RELIEF EFFORT

A total of forty-six thousand, 235-thousand and seventy-six cents was received in pledges yesterday to assist Caribbean Countries as they deal with the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The pledges were made yesterday in a Radiothon hosted by the National Broadcasting Corporation, NBC Radio in collaboration with the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO and… Continue Reading →

FCIB WALK FOR THE CURE

The CIBC/First Caribbean International Bank (FCIB) will be staging its 6th annual fundraising and public awareness event dubbed ‘Walk for the Cure’. Walk for the Cure is a regional initiative to raise money for the fight against cancer and follows on the heels of COBC’s parent company in Canada, which will be staging their 21st… Continue Reading →

Business Seminar

The Center for Enterprise Development Inc., in collaboration with the Bank of St Vincent and the Grenadines and the SVG Teachers Cooperative Credit Union, will host the “Preparing Your Business Plan” Seminar at the SVG Community College Auditorium in Villa. The seminar will be held this Saturday September 23 and is a follow-up to Part… Continue Reading →

World Food Day activities launched for SVG

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Rural Development, in collaboration with the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), launched the local World Food Day activities, under the theme “Change the Future of Migration; Invest in Food Security and Rural Development”. Raymond Ryan, Permanent Secretary within the Ministry, said the theme for this year’s event, is… Continue Reading →

STUBBS ACCIDENT AND NEW SUSPECT

Wendell Toney of Byrea, driver of an Omni Bus, is now a patient at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, after losing his left leg, following an accident that occurred on Sunday, along the Stubbs Public Road. According to a police report, the accident occurred around eight in the evening, following the collision of a Part… Continue Reading →

PM GONSALVES ON REGIONAL WORKSHOP

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves highlighted the need for small Island Developing States like St. Vincent and the Grenadines to reduce their consumption of carbon-based fuel, which contributes to global warming. During the opening ceremony of the Financial Modelling for Sustainable Energy Applications workshop, the Prime Minister said greater effort needs to be given to… Continue Reading →