All posts by Abigail Haynes


Representatives of the Housing and Land Development Corporation and the Ministry of Housing, handed over the keys to a brand new house to, Yvonne Ollivierre, a resident of Paget Farm, Bequia last Thursday  November 7th. This formed part of the Lives to Live Program, an initiative of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines…. Continue Reading →


A Fatherhood Seminar which is being organized by the Project Men 2020 organization in collaboration with the Global organization, The World Needs A Father, will open this afternoon at the Vinsave Child Development Centre in Kingstown. Coordinator of Project Men 2020, Conroy Huggins, said the Fatherhood Seminar will be a Training program for Leaders and… Continue Reading →


The St. George’s Cathedral in Kingstown is preparing to hold a lecture this afternoon as part of activities leading up to its 200th anniversary which will be celebrated in September 2020. Dean of the St. George’s Cathedral, The very Reverend, Otis Samuel Nichols told NBC News, the lecture will take place at the Cathedral from… Continue Reading →


A Photographic Exhibition exploring past eruptive activity at the La Soufriere volcano will be held here from today. The event coincides with the fortieth anniversary celebrations of St Vincent and the Grenadines’ independence, which is also the same year-1979, when the La Soufriere volcano was last active.  The activity dubbed “Beyond the Ashes”, will explore… Continue Reading →


The C. W. Prescod Memorial Lecture will be held today as part of activities to commemorate Teachers Solidarity Week. Deputy Principal of the Barrouallie Secondary School, Philbert John will present the lecture on the theme: Vincentian Educators and the SVGTU taking the lead.  The lecture takes place at Frenches House from 4:30 this afternoon. Historian… Continue Reading →


The sacrifices of individuals who volunteered for service in the two World Wars were remembered yesterday.  Members of several Uniformed Organization were involved in the Remembrance Day Parade, which culminated at the Cenotaph in Kingstown. Several wreaths will be laid in honour of the veterans who lost their lives during the World Wars. Governor General,… Continue Reading →


Young people throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines are being encouraged to become involved in the cultural and performing arts, which contributes significantly to personal development. The advice comes from Drama Development Officer, Martin Quashie, ahead of tomorrow’s start of the 2019 Secondary Schools Drama Festival at the Peace Memorial Hall in Kingstown. Thirteen schools… Continue Reading →