Two lucky persons today received a total of 25-thousand dollars towards the payment of their utility bills for an entire year, compliments telecommunications provider, FLOW. Serene and Misha Tash of Brighton, Biabou were this morning presented with their prizes at a ceremony held at Heritage Square, Kingstown. Sales and Marketing Manager Corey Garret, said Serene… Continue Reading →
Young Boys defeated Older Boys 4-3 in sudden death penalties to retain the Calliaqua Christmas Morning Football Trophy on Friday at the Calliaqua Playing Field. The next event will be the 5-a-side Small Goal Football Competition on New Year’s Day Friday at the Culture Pot Square in Calliaqua. Young Bush won last year’s Competition.
Fourteen thousand, five hundred barrels and personal effects were cleared as part of the Government’s 2014 Christmas Barrels Concession which ended on January 17th. Chief Operating Officer at the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Port Authority, Carl James tells NBC News that one hundred and fifty-five containers were emptied. Since the concession on Christmas Barrels… Continue Reading →
James “Lenny” Warren captured the top position in the singing with the stars Christmas edition 2014 held at the Huffles ranch on Sunday. Mr. Warren won himself a cash prize of $300 along with a trophy and a gift basket among other attractive prizes. Warren Won from a group of eight competitors from the Christmas… Continue Reading →
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force has stated that that there were no reports of major crime and violence during the Christmas season thus far. This statement was made by Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Jonathan Nichols during the Police on the Beat Program aired on NBC Radio last evening. ASP Nichols… Continue Reading →
The Rose Bank Development Association will be hosting a community service on December 25th under the theme “Giving God the Glory” Acting president of the Rose Bank Development Association Kennard king told NBC News the thanks giving service is being held as a result of the December 2013 floods that caused mass devastation in the… Continue Reading →
Vincentians are being advised to pay close attention to the size of their portions, when consuming meals during the Christmas Holidays. The advice has come from Chief Nutritionist in the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment, Andrea Robin. She says it is common for many persons to over-eat at this time of year. Mrs…. Continue Reading →