The Ministry of Ecclesiastical Affairs will be collaborating with the National Day of Prayer Committee to host a National Day of Prayer on Monday October 5th. This year, the day will be observed under the theme: Humble Yourself Before God…He Will heal Our Land. Chairman of the National Day of Prayer Committee, Pastor Wade Carter… Continue Reading →
COMPUTEC VINCY Masters and System (3) played to a two all draw at the Sion Hill Playing Field on the afternoon of Tuesday September 22 in the Sion Hill Football League. Najima Burgin and Curtis “FAME” Joseph scored for COMPUTEC VINCY Masters, while Kadeem King and Ezra Alleyne netted for System Three. The next match… Continue Reading →
Francis Combined narrowly defeated Richland Park Pride and Joy Under-17, 5-4 on Tuesday September 22, in the Hairoun New Haven 9-a-side Richland Park Football Championship at the Richland Park Oval. On Wednesday September 23 from half past four, Freeland Outa Trouble will meet Downstreet United also at the Richland Park Oval.
The Fair is organized by the Ministry of Education, the SVG Science Teachers Association and the St. Vincent Electricity Services Limited VINLEC. A variety of displays from students throughout the country will be featured at this year’s fair. The launching ceremony takes place at the Curriculum Unit Conference Room at ten this morning.
The Ministry of Agriculture will today launch activities to coincide with the day. The aim of World Food Day is to raise public awareness about hunger challenges and encourage people worldwide to take action in the fight against hunger. This year’s theme is “Social protection and Agriculture”. The activities will be launched at the National… Continue Reading →
MR CHRISTOPHER URIAS HARRY better known as TAC TAC of Biabou died on Tuesday 18th August at the age of 45. The funeral takes place on Saturday 29th August at the Biabou Methodist church. The body lies at the church from 2:00. The service begins at 3:00. Burial will be at the Biabou Cemetery. MR… Continue Reading →