BARBADOS CRICKET PRESIDENT RILEY SAID CWI SHOULD FIRE SIMMONS

The President of the Barbados Cricket Association has called for the “immediate removal” of Phil Simmons as head coach of West Indies Senior Men’s Cricket Team. Conde’ Riley, who is also on the board of directors of Cricket West Indies (CWI), has described Simmons’ decision to attend a family funeral as “inconsiderate and reckless” and… Continue Reading →

The Government is looking at alternative options to provide regional transport for the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other Caribbean Countries.

The Government is looking at alternative options to provide regional transport for the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other Caribbean Countries. This has become necessary following news that Regional Airline LIAT will be liquidated. Speaking on Radio this week, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said he has had discussions with two Indigenous… Continue Reading →

St. Vincent and the Grenadines is among nine Caribbean Countries to receive funding from the Caribbean Development Bank {CDB} to support Disaster Risk Management

  St. Vincent and the Grenadines is among nine Caribbean Countries to receive funding from the Caribbean Development Bank {CDB} to support Disaster Risk Management The CDB says the Governments will still be able to maintain their disaster risk management efforts even with national finances stretched by the demands of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic…. Continue Reading →

Dr. Jerrol Thompson is appealing to Vincentians to pay close attention to their health and the foods they consume in the fight against Diabetes

  Infectious Diseases Specialist, Dr. Jerrol Thompson is appealing to Vincentians to pay close attention to their health and the foods they consume in the fight against Diabetes and other Non-Communicable Diseases also known as NCD’S. He made this appeal during the Face to Face program aired on NBC Radio this morning. Dr. Thompson said… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Education is working to streamline the platforms being used by students for E-learning during the Covid 19 pandemic

  The Ministry of Education said it is working to streamline the platforms being used by students for E-learning during the Covid 19 pandemic. This assurance came from Deputy Chief Education Officer, Dixton Findlay during the recent launch of the STEM SVG Educational Institute.  The Institute is an Online Learning Platform, which provides  online teaching… Continue Reading →