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Miles ties for 3rd, places 1st for boys

Miles ties for 3rd, places 1st for boys


MILES DURRANT, an aspiring pilot has soared academically in this year’s CPEA examinations, placing first for boys and third overall. Durrant, a ...

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Fishermen express security concerns, say compensation not enough

Fishermen express security concerns, say compensation not enough


WITH THE CONTRACTOR scheduled to take possession of the site of the proposed new Kingstown container port on July 7, fishers at Rose Place are being u...

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Pastor rejects allegation of indecent assault

Pastor rejects allegation of indecent assault


A SELF-PROCLAIMED pastor/prophet who received bail yesterday on a charge of indecent assault has spoken about the procedures of his arrest and time i...

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Special Needs students at Bequia school excel at CPEA

Special Needs students at Bequia school excel at CPEA


STUDENTS from the Sunshine School for Children with Special Needs in Bequia have once again excelled at the CPEA examinations. Following the relea...

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School for Children with Special Needs, Georgetown scores five out of six

School for Children with Special Needs, Georgetown scores five out of six


The principal of the School for Children with Special Needs Georgetown, Kathleen Butler is encouraging parents not to limit their children, because no...

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Pay attention, read over your work multiple times, study hard – Sahara

Pay attention, read over your work multiple times, study hard – Sahara


Excelling academically comes easier if you “pay attention, read over your work multiple times and study hard”. This is the formula that 11-yea...

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Budding engineer ran the Myles, broke the tape and tied for eighth

Budding engineer ran the Myles, broke the tape and tied for eighth


Eleven year old Myles Dalton of the Kingstown Preparatory School really feels that he put in the work for his spot in the top 10 of the nation’s pri...

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Sixth placed aspiring Astronomer Ennabelle is shooting for the stars

Sixth placed aspiring Astronomer Ennabelle is shooting for the stars


Aspiring Astronomer or Engineer, Ennabelle McMaster has already begun shooting for the stars with her performance at this year’s Caribbean Primary E...

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Le Raun’s performance in CPEA beats that in his dream

Le Raun’s performance in CPEA beats that in his dream


While he had a dream that he would place eighth in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment(CPEA) 2022, Le Raun Robinson of the Biabou Methodist School s...

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CDC  outlines new format for Junior Carnival

CDC outlines new format for Junior Carnival


The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) is promising an afternoon of excitement for the entire family at Junior Carnival tomorrow, Saturday, June 2...

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Fantastic return to Vincymas 2022

Fantastic return to Vincymas 2022


Today, Friday, June 24 marks the official start of Vincy Mas 2022, and Chairman of the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC), Ricky Adams, said the m...

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Top performer at CPEA wants to be a professional tennis player

Top performer at CPEA wants to be a professional tennis player


Matthew Clarke of the Sugar Mill Academy who placed eighth overall and third for boys in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) exams scored the...