Tag Archives: St. Lucia

St. Lucian Pirate Ship The Brig Unicorn Sinks

The St. Lucian pirate ship which was featured in Hollywood movies including the popular ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ has sunk off the coast of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. According to CMC news, the Brig Unicorn pirate ship was heading to St. Vincent from St. Lucia for repairs when it encountered difficulties and sank. No… Continue Reading →

SVG Swimmers Took Part In St.Lucia Swim Meet Set Records And Dominated

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Swimming Federation (SVGSF) in partnership with the Bank of Nova Scotia and LIME are pleased to present an update on recently completed activities and upcoming activities. St Vincent and the Grenadines was represented by two clubs, Black Sands Swim Squad (BSSS) and Blue Marlins (BM) at the 15th annual… Continue Reading →

News Conference Held In Washington, DC as a Plight From Three Countries Affected by the “Christmas Disaster”

The Ambassadors and Permanent Representatives of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia and Dominica held a News Conference in Washington, DC to bring attention to their plight in the aftermath of what is being called the “Christmas Disaster”. The three islands were impacted by a low-level trough system on December 24th. The natural disaster… Continue Reading →

This country is continuing to receive supplies as part of the National Relief Effort

This country is continuing to receive supplies as part of the National Relief Effort. Yesterday, a plane load of supplies arrived her from the Kingdom of Morocco. On receiving the supplies at the ET Joshua airport, Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator Camillo Gonsalves expressed gratitude to the Moroccan Government for the supplies. He said it… Continue Reading →

As the world increasingly faces the effects of climate change, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has warned of the negative impact of the changing weather pattern on Small Island Developing States

As the world increasingly faces the effects of climate change, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has warned of the negative impact of the changing weather pattern on Small Island Developing States (SIDS). Speaking on Tuesday on behalf of CARICOM, at a meeting of the Group of 77 (G77) developing countries and China, this country’s UN Ambassador,… Continue Reading →

The Management, Staff and Students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus are contributing to the ongoing recovery effort

The Management, Staff and Students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus are contributing to the ongoing recovery effort, in the wake of the flooding and landslides during the Christmas Holidays. A release from the UWI says the Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Open Campus, Professor Hazel Simmons- McDonald has launched a… Continue Reading →