Teachers get credit union help
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This is the time that organisations hand out scholarships and bursaries and St. Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers’ Credit Union has made sure that...
September 3, 2004
Prison officers for training programme
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Sixteen Grade 2 prison officers have been selected for a training programme which is scheduled to commence at 8.30 a.m. on Monday, 6 September.The tra...
September 3, 2004
Oxfam consultant visits St.Vincent
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By Ashford PetersBanana farmers in this country may soon get further assistance in meeting EurepGap standards.Oxfam’s Water Resource Management cons...
September 3, 2004
Kevin given two and a half stars
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Taken from the August 23rd issue of People MagazineWith his Caribbean lilt and ready R&B pop hooks, St. Vincent’s native Kevin Lyttle may be to...
September 3, 2004
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The Community College will operate on a shift system beginning September 2004. This was disclosed by the Minister of Education the Hon. Mike Browne wh...
September 3, 2004
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Persons anxious to move into their own quarters can send in applications to the Housing and Land Development Corporation now that it has been made pub...
September 3, 2004
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Motorists here will be in for a smoother ride as the calendar year winds up, since some $7 million has been allocated for road repairs. {{more}}Transp...
September 3, 2004
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The Central Planning Division and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Trade will embark on a series of public awareness programmes on OECS D...
September 3, 2004
C&W Summer session ends
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Hundreds of persons gathered at the Methodist Church Hall in Kingstown last Friday, August 27, where they collected certificates marking their partici...
September 3, 2004
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You spend long hours at the computer tirelessly waiting for that connection to finally load, or your internet bills come faster than the actuall servi...
September 3, 2004
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Persons attempting to visit prisoners at Her Majesty’s Prison in Kingstown and Fort Charlotte now have to show some form of Identification.{{mor...
September 3, 2004
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A new home for teenage girls who have been abused and abandoned by their families will be constructed here soon.On Friday, August 27, Japanese Ambassa...
September 3, 2004
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In an effort to enhance the fisheries resources in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the Fisheries Division in the Ministry of Agriculture Lands and Fis...
September 3, 2004
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(September 2, 2004) “The new motor car recently imported by the Hon’ble C.J. Simmons has been successful tried. The car has ascended Sion ...
September 3, 2004
Another doctor’s in the house!
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Another Vincentian has graduated from the St. George’s University School of Medicine.Frances E.I. Jack was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medic...
September 2, 2004
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The local Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has hosted a workshop for representatives from regional Financial Intelligence Units, local law enforcemen...
August 27, 2004
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by Donald De Riggs, Director, RRLAt about the beginning of the hurricane season I wrote to the local press requesting help to enable the Rainbow Radio...
August 27, 2004
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Digicel has announced that it will appoint a new chief executive officer to replace Seamus Lynch who will join the company’s board of directors.The ...
August 27, 2004
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The government of Japan is expected to make a donation of some US$90,900 as a Grass-roots Human Security Grant to the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, a...
August 27, 2004
Palletisation Plant to be built
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As changes continue within the banana industry, efforts continue to give the once vital export crop a sense of value. If things go according to plans,...
August 27, 2004
RSS working to improve operation
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Plans are in place to restructure the Regional Security System (RSS) here in the OECS.A press conference on Tuesday was used to highlight areas in whi...
August 27, 2004
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Taken from the South Africa Mail & Guardian Online. Matthew Burbidge and agencies | Cape Town 25 August 2004 09:03Newly accused coup plotter Mark...
August 27, 2004
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by Dr. Richard A. B. CoxBefore I get into the subject of this piece, I wish to congratulate Parnell Campbell Q.C. on his elevation to chairman of the ...
August 27, 2004
Santa checks in early at Overland
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by Jude KnightChristmas came four months early for four unfortunate children and the DeSouza family of Overland.The four – Natasha, 12, Natesha, 10,...
August 27, 2004
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The final part of a series of training sessions for persons involved in the construction sector comes to an end today Friday, August 27, at the confer...
August 27, 2004
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Opposition Senator St. Clair Leacock has issued a call for this country to be more cautious when enacting pieces of legislation from international law...
August 27, 2004
Building Sector being looked at
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Junior Minister in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing Glen Beache last Wednesday said that the construction sector contributes 12 per cent t...
August 27, 2004
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(August 27, 2004) – Dr. Adrian FraserExtract from Letter of June 9, 1806 by Alexander Anderson, Superintendent of the Botanic Garden.“…T...
August 27, 2004
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by R. Andrew CummingsWhen does a person become an adult in law?For generations now, an 18-year-old person has been treated as an adult by the law. Amo...
August 27, 2004
Violence mars special weekend
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The shooting death of Livingston Primus at Sion Hill capped a weekend of violent activity.Two youths of Rockies received wounds about their bodies in ...
August 27, 2004
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While Kamal Wood feat in topping this year’s Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Examinations with 11 ones is considered extraordinary, a number...
August 27, 2004
Digicel brings prepaid roaming to the OECS
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Digicel, the Irish telecommunications company, has moved another step further in proving they are the real “bigger better GSM network” service pro...
August 20, 2004
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In different ways and to differing degreesby R. Andrew CummingsIt takes all sorts of skills and people, locked into one another, to make our community...
August 20, 2004
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Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has been described by the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Maarten M. Van der Gaag, as very charismatic...
August 20, 2004
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BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (AUGUST 13TH, 2004) Three Caribbean nations have signed a joint communique with the Republic of China on Taiwan reiterating thei...
August 20, 2004
SVG Cadets return from Regional Camp
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Members of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cadet Force contingent returned home after participating in the Caribbean Cadet Camp hosted by the Barba...
August 20, 2004
Dougan makes principal move
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If principals respond to new Chief Education Officer Susan Dougan, they should make some accomplishments. During Professional Development Week, princi...
August 20, 2004
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CDC Chairman Dennis Ambrose is puzzled by remarks made by President of the YPM Duggie ‘Nose’ Joseph.The CDC chairman expressed willingness...
August 20, 2004
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Dennis Bowman has apologised for his performance in the 2004 Soca monarch competition. Bowman, during the Soca Monarch competition, did the song ̵...
August 20, 2004