Category Archives: News

ARIN CARIB MEETING

A range of issues are being addressed at the Annual General Meeting of the Asset Recovery Inter Agency Network for the Caribbean. The Annual General Meeting commenced yesterday with a Meeting for the Steering Group Committee, and is followed by two days of workshops based sessions at Beachcombers Hotel. Criminal Justice Practitioners and Experts from… Continue Reading →

NTRC WINNERS

Petit Bordel Secondary School; St. Vincent Grammar School and Med Lab Pro were adjudged winners in the I-Squared Competition hosted by the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission NTRC. The competition came to a close yesterday with the Finals and Prize Giving Ceremony at the Methodist Church Hall in Kingstown. Young Inventors of the Petit Bordel Secondary… Continue Reading →

JAY JAY IN CUSTODY FOR SHARPES SHOOTING

Police sources have confirmed that Jerroy “Jay-Jay” Phillips who was wanted in connection with a murder that took place yesterday afternoon, is now in Police custody. Reports indicate that Sabitree Lyttle, a 56-year-old domestic of Hollywood, Redemption Sharpes was reportedly in a family-owned provision shop located on the upper level of her house, when she… Continue Reading →

SEXUAL ASSAULT SYMPOSIUM

The SVG Bar Association and the Medical Association is partnering to hold a major two-day symposium here this weekend. President of the SVG Bar Association, Rene Baptiste tells NBC News, the symposium will focus on the topic “Sexual Assault in the Caribbean, Forensic, Medical and Legal Challenges”. Miss Baptiste said this is a very crucial… Continue Reading →

FLOW BROADBAND UPGRADE

Telecommunications Provider, Flow St. Vincent Limited has announced an increase in the broadband speeds offered to customer’s across St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Country Manager Wayne Hull told Media reporters this morning that the upgrades are being delivered at no additional cost to customers. He said the upgrade will impact in excess of eighty percent… Continue Reading →

TEACHERS AND PARENTS WORK TOGETHER

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is appealing for parents and teachers to work closer together to ensure the holistic development of the nation’s children. This appeal was made by Minister with Responsibility for Co-operatives, Frederick Stephenson during the opening session of a recent training seminar. The session was hosted by the General… Continue Reading →

FIRST AID EXERCISE

Seventeen residents of Rose Place are now in a better position to render First Aid assistance, after completing a First Aid Sensitization Exercise carried out by the Goodwill Fisherman’s Cooperative in conjunction with the SVG Red Cross Society. The seventeen participants were awarded certificates, as First Responders to an Accident or Emergency at a ceremony… Continue Reading →