Tag Archives: St. Vincent

New Trade Routes Between St.Vincent And The US Could Make Things Easier For Vincentians

Interested Vincentians and other investors in the diaspora are being urged to explore the possibilities of trading Vincentian produce. Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Rural transformation- Saboto Caesar has stated that the imminent opening of the Argyle International Airport will provide more trade routes. The Minister noted that new trade routes to the United… Continue Reading →

Bacchus: Strike Action Likely To Go Ahead

President of the National Omnibus Association (NOBA) Anthony Bacchus said the planned strike action by the Association is likely to go ahead. Mr. Bacchus said that during a meeting held with the membership yesterday, the majority voted to have representatives of NOBA meet today with Minister of State in the Ministry of Transport and Works,… Continue Reading →

Schools Across St.Vincent Will A Stage Garifuna Folk Festival

Primary and secondary School students from across the country will have an opportunity to be more enlightened about local culture with the staging of the Schools’ Garifuna Folk Festival in March this year. The festival will be held on Thursday March 12th at the Victoria Park, under the theme: ‘Children of Chatoyer, Fruits of Our… Continue Reading →

St. Vincent Girls High School Crowned New Miss Heritage At The Pageant Saturday Night.

Keneshia Llewellyn took the judges nod and will represent the School at the National Secondary Schools’ Miss Heritage Pageant 2015. Keneshia also won the Best Ambassadorial speech; Best Talent and Best Cultural Wear categories. The First Runner-Up is Keithryl Miller – who also won the Best Interview and Second Runner-Up is Kaiia Phillips. The Most… Continue Reading →