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CARNIVAL AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Environment Fund is appealing to carnival patrons to protect the environment while they enjoy Vincy Mas 2019. This appeal was made by Director of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Environment Fund Louise Mitchell, who said people often engage in activities that have harmful effects on the environment while… Continue Reading →

QUALITY ASSURANCE

The services of the National Accreditation Board are expected to improve following this country’s participation in a Regional Quality Assurance workshop. Senior Education Officer in the Accreditation Unit, Descima Hamilton, and External Evaluator from the Public-Sector Reform Unit, Andrea Hazell, represented St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the workshop, which was held in Grenada from… Continue Reading →

JUNIOR CALYPSO WINNERS

Kristian Lil Kris Christopher of the Layou Government School, was again in winner’s row in the Junior Calypso Competition yesterday at the Victoria Park. Lil Kris placed first in the Primary School Category with his song “We Footprints Large”   JUNIOR CALYPSO – PRIMARY SCHOOL Name of student School Title of Song  Position    … Continue Reading →

CHAMBER LUNCHEON

The Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CIC) yesterday hosted a Luncheon with members of the Business community to discuss the draft Protection of Employment Act. Delivering remarks during the event which was held at the Beachcombers Hotel, Executive Director of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Tony Regisford said they are committed to the task… Continue Reading →

BUSINESS IDEA PROFILES

Local Farmers and Fisherfolk are being urged to come forward with business ideas for funding under the OECS Regional Agricultural Competitiveness Project, ARGICOM                                                                      The project is being implemented locally by the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries. The Ministry says the call is open to Farmers, Fishers, Aggregators and Agro-Processors, until Friday 30th August Eligible… Continue Reading →

JUNIOR PAN RESULTS

Congratulations are continuing to pour in for the Girls High School and the Starlift Steel Orchestra for retaining their titles in the VINLEC Junior Panorama Competition yesterday. The Girls High School took the top spot in the Schools Category with Soca Battlefield by Fireman Hooper. Bishops College Kingstown placed second with Mas in the Hospital… Continue Reading →