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The St. Vincent Girls High School won the Second Annual St. Vincent Grammar School French Spelling Bee competition which was held last week

The St. Vincent Girls High School won the Second Annual St. Vincent Grammar School French Spelling Bee competition which was held last week. Form one students from the Grammar School, Girls High School and St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown took part in the competition, which was hosted in collaboration with the Modern Language Department in the… Continue Reading →

Vincentians are being advised to prepare a budget as a means of better managing their money

Vincentians are being advised to prepare a budget as a means of better managing their money. The advice was given by Financial Advisor Inglis O’Garro while speaking on NBC Radio’s Views on Issues program yesterday, which focused on the topic “living through rainy days – how to manage your money in challenging times”. Mr. O’Garro… Continue Reading →

St. Vincent and the Grenadines will assume the chairmanship of the United Nations Security Council

One year after securing a seat on the United Nations Security Council, St. Vincent and the Grenadines will assume the chairmanship of the United Nations Security Council on November 1st. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves made this announcement on his weekly Radio Discussion program on NBC Radio last week. Dr. Gonsalves says the Permanent Representatives… Continue Reading →

Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar said stakeholders across the country continue to ensure that there is food Security and Food Sovereignty in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar said stakeholders across the country continue to ensure that there is food Security and Food Sovereignty in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He made this statement as St. Vincent and the Grenadines joins the rest of the world today in observing World Food Day, with the theme: Grow, Nourish Sustain… Continue Reading →

The Electoral Office says special arrangements are being put in place to ensure that Frontline workers such as Police Officers and Employees in the Health Sector can vote early

The Electoral Office says special arrangements are being put in place to ensure that Frontline workers such as Police Officers and Employees in the Health Sector can vote early, when they visit the polling stations on Election Day, November 5th. This was revealed by Supervisor of Elections, Dora James during the Face to Face program… Continue Reading →