Tag Archives: Kingstown


Close to three hundred calls are expected to be made at Ports in Kingstown and Bequia over the next six months, by several cruise lines. Word of this came from Minister of Tourism, Cecil McKie, as St. Vincent and the Grenadines welcomed the first Cruise Ship Azura. Minister McKie said that he is optimistic that… Continue Reading →

Kingstown Methodist Church Cutlass Scare

Attendees at the Kingstown Methodist Church are still trying to come to grips with a traumatic and frightening event, which occurred on Sunday, January 31st 2016. Minister of the Kingstown Congregation and Superintendent of the Kingstown and Cateaubelair Circuit- Reverend Adolph Davis told NBC News that sometime between 7:45 and 8:15 Sunday morning, during worship,… Continue Reading →

The Lions Club Of Kingstown Is Taking Major Steps To Reduce The Incidents of Hypertension In SVG

The Club will be partnering with Healthy Caribbean Coalition to carry out a Hypertensive Project on the Windward side of the island, dubbed “Blood Pressure Control Through Community Action”. Lion Beverley Reddock says members of the Club, who are being referred to as Screening Champions will soon be going into the communities to conduct screenings,… Continue Reading →

33-Million Dollar Kingstown Development Project

A 33-million dollar project will be unveiled this year for the further development of Government Buildings in capital, Kingstown. This is among a number of Infrastructural developments announced by Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves during his Budget Address last Wednesday. The Prime Minister said the development of a Modern City at Arnos Vale is one… Continue Reading →

Replica Garifuna Village To Constructed In Kingstown

Vincentians will get a firsthand view of the structure and workings of a Garifuna Village during the hosting of the Second International Garifuna Summit in March. Member of the Garifuna Heritage Committee, Margaret Henry-Lewis, said the Village will be established on the grounds of the Old Public Library in Kingstown and extend to the Heritage… Continue Reading →