13 August 2004
Swimming pool, court

Swimming pool, court


During the debate in the House of Assembly last week Tuesday, August 3, the Leader of the Opposition Arnhim Eustace raised a question regarding the ...
ROTTEN GOODS

ROTTEN GOODS


Last Friday, SEARCHLIGHt was summoned by several angry traffickers complaining about their having to suffer losses to their perishable goods that they...

Major education personnel changes


The Ministry of Education is starting off the new academic year with a host of personnel changes, at least one of which has angered the St. Vincent an...
MR. MINISTER!

MR. MINISTER!


Three weeks before the new school year begins on September 6, Teachers and Minister of Education, Youth, and Sports Mike Browne are taking different l...
06 August 2004
POLICE BLOWS IN CANOUAN

POLICE BLOWS IN CANOUAN


Yet another report of police brutality has come out of the Grenadine Island of Canouan. This time, 21-year-old Obadiah Patrick has made reports that ...
POLITICAL FOOTBALL

POLITICAL FOOTBALL


PM, LEACOCK CLASH OVER SOCCER FUNDSNext week Tuesday, August 10, the 25-member Vincentian contingent returns home from its sojourn in Sao Paulo, Brazi...
30 July 2004
TASTE OF VICTORY

TASTE OF VICTORY


SVG takes Under-23 cricket titleIf there was any doubt, the Vincentian Under-23 women cricketers confirmed their superiority with retention of the Wes...
MURDER TRAUMA

MURDER TRAUMA


Siblings facing setbacks after horrific slaying of their motherby Tim SlingerThey are four little souls whose lives have been interrupted by some of t...
23 July 2004
‘CHEEKY’ NABBED

‘CHEEKY’ NABBED


A Vincentian taxi-driver was remanded until today after appearing in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday on four drug charge...
More money for LIAT

More money for LIAT


Air transportATION in the region and more directly to St. Vincent and the Grenadines hovers in pockets of uncertainty, and how the turbulence improves...