GARVEY BIRTHDAY LECTURE

A memorial lecture to commemorate the birthday of Marcus Mosiah Garvey will be held here on Monday August 19th. The event is being hosted by Integrated Medical Urgent Care in collaboration with the Rastafari Working Committee. Marcus Garvey whose birthday was August 17th was a proponent of the Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism Movements, inspiring the… Continue Reading →

CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ON SVG

The Caribbean Development Bank, CDB, has again made it clear that  there had been no finding by the Bank of fraud or corruption in declaring the mis-procurement in relation to the Yara-baqua River Defence Project in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The issue was discussed, during a meeting here this month involving President of the… Continue Reading →

PSU SCHOLARSHIP

The Public Service Union of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is paying out over $29,000.00 in scholarship funds this year. President Elroy Boucher made this disclosure at the Scholarship Awards Ceremony yesterday at the PSU Headquarters. Mr. Boucher said the Union also provides Bursaries to several students for upcoming academic year. This year’s Scholarship Awardees… Continue Reading →

STYROFOAM BAN PROGRESS

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Trade said the ban on the sale and use of Styrofoam products in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been progressing very well thus far. The ban on Styrofoam products first came into effect on May 1st, 2017, in the interest of public health and environmental protection. Director… Continue Reading →

ZERO HUNGER TRUST FUND

The Zero Hunger Trust Fund has reiterated its commitment to assisting the nation’s school children to ensure that they achieve educational success. This was reiterated by Director of the Zero Hunger Trust Fund, Laura Anthony-Browne, who said the Fund continues to actively implement a number of programs aimed at assisting the youths and their parents,… Continue Reading →